Checha was found by a good Samaritan in Baja Mexico. She was emaciated, loaded with fleas and covered in ticks. Checha started her vetting in Mexico and was then brought to the USA by DDB Rescue volunteers to complete her recovery and adoption.
Initial vetting for Checha was close to $400, to check and make sure her body was recovering from the anemia from the ticks, plus we did xrays to see why she was having issues with her shoulders (she has arthritis in her shoulders and elbows).
We boarded Checha in Southern California until we could get her transported her up to Oregon (boarding and transport was almost $1000, and we still need to pay for the last week of boarding). We will be completing her vetting and spay shortly. Her expenses have gone well above our standard adopt fee (and our senior adopt fee is much lower than our standard).
DDB Rescue has taken in numerous dogues like Checha this year, that go extremely far above what our adopt fee covers. We cannot continue to do this without your help.
DDB Rescue is an all volunteer, 501c3 charity for the breed. None of us gets a salary or paid. Your donations go directly to help the dogues that need it and help us continue to help dogues like Checha. Without your support, we could not do this.
Please help us help them. They are depending on it. Your donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law. Please donate, please share. Thank you