Big Dog Ranch Rescue does not receive any state or federal funding. In order to work the miracles we need to fulfill our mission of saving every dog we can, we rely solely on grants and donations from special events, corporations, and the community.
Your contribution, big or small, goes directly towards the recovery of each dog, including providing safe environments with cozy beds, to life-saving medical treatments, to finding a loving home. There are many programs at BDRR that need your donation. Please choose which is best for you and help us make miracles happen.
When our community comes together, the abandoned
and neglected have a second chance. It takes all of us
to rescue dogs and show them they are loved.
When our community comes together, the abandoned and neglected have a second chance. It takes all of us to rescue dogs and show them they are loved.
Simply donate and let us know who you want to receive a doggy kiss from you! In the message box write the recipient’s name, email, and your personal message.
When you donate, you’re automatically a part of our Caregiver Club!
Be sure to write in the message box if you would like your donation to be a one-time donation or recurring monthly or annually.
Falling in love with one of our dogs and want to specifically help them? Simply enter in the amount you’d like to donate and write the dog’s name in the message box!*
*Any monies received in excess of the goal amount will go into the Big Dog Ranch Rescue general fund to help our other wonderful dogs.
Become a Guardian Angel by donating to our lovable senior and special needs dogs. Let us know in the message box if you’d like to be a Guardian Angel one time, monthly, or annually.
Honor a beloved pet, recognize someone special, or leave a legacy with a personalized brick for our Meet and Greet Pavilion. Must be a minimum donation of $250*
*With a $250 donation you receive a 4×8 brick, which includes three lines of text, 20 characters per line.
With a $500 donation you receive a 4×8 brick, which includes three lines of text, 12 characters per line and a paw print.