RESCUE IS NOT JUST A VERB.
IT'S A PROMISE.
CAMO ANIMAL RESCUE
Far too often, the biggest obstacle for the animals at open admission shelters is the lack of space. When too many animals are surrendered to these facilities, and not enough adopters are coming to alleviate the overcrowding, it leaves the intake facility with no choice other than to euthanize animals to open up space. This is where CAMO rescue can bridge the gap with a temporary kennel until these urgent animals can be adopted or moved to an out of state rescue partner.
Join Megan Murray for a special dog portrait fundraiser benefiting CAMO Rescue! While it’s heating up outside, bring your dog to the studio for a classic pet portrait. You’ll enjoy a 15-minute portrait session and one high-res digital image of your choice. Advanced reservations required, and one dog per time slot please. If you have more than one dog to photograph, please book back-to-back appointments.
Phase 2 of our expansion project is to add a quarantine building so that we can safely keep more shelter dogs and animals found on the streets, safely housed for 2 weeks to be sure they do not have any communicable diseases. We have a need for a separate facility for them to include laundry area, bathing and grooming area, medical area and food / equipment storage in addition to more kennels to save even more animals that require quarantine! We are busting at the seams as we continue to rescue the most needful, neglected and those with the greatest medical needs. All to give them the care they have never received and the loving family that they deserve. The cost of the building shell is $14,000, Electric is $10,000, septic $3800, buildout- insulation and framing is $5000, plumbing fixtures and equipment needed is about $15,000, for a total of about $47,800 needed.