Friends of Springers
All dogs that come to ESRA require at least routine veterinary examinations, and most need to be brought up-to-date with shots and vaccinations. Many dogs have not been spayed or neutered before intake, so this procedure must be performed before ESRA is able to release the dog to its new owner. Expenses like these are incurred for every dog we foster, and the $350 adoption fee usually does not begin to cover ESRA's expenditures for the dog. With approximately five hundred dogs in the National ESRA program at any one time, caring appropriately for each and every one of them requires an enormous amount of money.
ESRA relies on the generosity of its donors to help us raise the money we need to treat these animals and give each one the second chance at health, comfort, and happiness it deserves.
Please support me in the effort to insure that these dogs are given a chance to find a good home so that they can experience the love of a kind person in their lives.
Thank you so much,