As you know Fuzzy Puppy Love Donates, one, sometimes two puppies from almost every litter to children who desperately need the companionship.
Unfortunately, our waiting list runs back till 2016, due to the fact were are one of the only breeders out there who will donate, besides some who donate seeing eye dogs.
With my son Morris being disabled i must work from home, and must be on call and close to his school.
So i work in web design, www.EnoxxDesign.com from home.
I am a single widowed mother of three, and am involved with cub scouts and foreverfaithfulministries.com which is a non-profit for therapy for children through horses ranch, Support groups and other programs.
I also foster pets who need serous rehabilitation.
So my income is VERY limited.
The funds from adopting a puppy from us go back into the puppies & dogs care, other animals/Fosters, and the donation children puppies expenses. Some is sent to the other dogs owners (My parents). I receive very little, which i use at Christmas for my children, and for clothes they need that my limited at home income cannot provide.
Sense i know first hand how limited my income is and how these puppies help both at hard times like Christmas, and emotionally all year long. I register all my dogs, and support the donated families in home breeding as well.
Our list runs back to 2016 as of today, and the only children we can allow donation puppies to now are very ill children, with such disabilities as downs syndrome with heart distresses, leukemia, cancer and other sever situations.
We some times dont get to the children in time.
One of the worse cases was a young boy, he had leukemia, and took his photo to kindergarten every day of his puppy, two weeks before the flight, he passed away.
It broke my heart.
We do not, and cannot claim any of this for tax purpose.
I cannot afford the non-profit process, and am just a stay at home mother.
Who has seen first hand what these dogs do for children and there families.
I donate one to two puppies a litter, depending on discounts such as the shelter discounts, elderly homes, disabilities not covered in free puppies and expenses such as fosters at the time.
On the left side you well see some photos in order from top to bottom, of some of the children waiting for puppies.
I urge other breeders to get involved. I will guide a home breeder through the puppy development process so all there puppies have great development if they can just spare one puppy a litter to a child in need.
Please also think about not only what our puppies have done for these kids, but what animals as a whole do for man kind. We need to give back, so Please, if you even have a dollar to spare, donate back to the poor little guys who get abused by man, instead of the thanks they deserve. Below is a video and a donation link to help. you can pick your own amount, every bit helps, please help them. The humane society has limited funds compared to the amount of intake they get, the one i used to volunteer work at was closed down by the city, due to limited funds. Please help them.