Donate and save lives!


Another option is "Text to Donate"

Text LDDR to 41444 . You will receive a link on your phone. Click the link to securely enter your credit or debit card information and complete your donation. You will receive a receipt at the email address you provide.

You can also send a check or money order to:
Last Day Dog Rescue
P.O. Box 51935
Livonia, MI 48151-5935

Monetary donations are always welcome. While we do ask for an adoption fee, we do not expect to recover veterinary and other expenses completely. In fact, by the time the dogs are ready for placement, we anticipate that the required adoption fee may cover approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of their veterinary bills, on average. All dogs coming into rescue receive a veterinary exam, heartworm test, full spectrum of vaccinations, are put on heartworm and flea/tick preventative, and any injuries or illnesses are treated (heartworm positive, mange, ringworm, old injuries, etc.). We ask you to dig deep into your pockets and help. Our minimal adoption fee barely covers the altering and vaccines of a healthy dog. We depend on fundraisers and on the generosity of our supporters. Thank you in advance for your tax deductible support.

Last Day Dog Rescue EIN: 20-8736110

Last Day Dog Rescue is a participant in Kroger Community Rewards.
Our organization number is QL968.

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Here's what your money can do for our animals:

  • $10:  Buys one week of food for a dog
  • $15:  Pays for one of our dogs to be microchipped so they are never "lost" again
  • $20:  Provides a bag of puppy food for a litter for one week
  • $25:  Buys flea and heartworm preventative for one dog for three months
  • $50:  Vaccinates a whole litter of puppies
  • $75:  Provides funds to sterilize one dog and prevent population growth
  • $100:  Provides basic medical care for one dog or cat (deworming, exam and vaccines)
  • $150:  Can treat one heartworm positive dog
  • $300:  Saves the life of one dog or cat (food, basic medical needs, preventatives and sterilization)
  • $500:  Saves the life of a special needs or older dog
  • $750:  Pays for boarding and training for one dog, for a whole month, who needs to learn to trust his own kind again
  • $1000:  Saves the life of a mom and her litter that would die at a shelter if we didn't offer to care for them
  • $1500:  Treats a litter of pups that contracted Parvo and are fighting hard to live!
  • $2500:  Saves a critically injured animal with medical and surgical support
  • $5000:  Covers the cost of sterilizing 60 dogs