You can make the difference in the life of an animal each month of the year by becoming a Constant Companion. Help us give at-risk dogs a second chance and a brighter future for as little as $10.00 per month!
Our Constant Companions are a dedicated group of animal lovers and advocates of For Otis Sake who support us and help save lives through monthly donations.
These monthly donations provide a reliable income stream, allowing us to focus more time and resources on saving lives, and less on fundraising. Use the drop down menu below to select your amount and begin making automatic monthly donations to For Otis Sake.
As a Constant Companion, you will receive exclusive news about our rescue efforts and how your gift is being used.
Your Monthly donation helps in the following ways:
Some of you may remember our perfect Polly Poppins from July of 2018. Her journey to become an FOS dog started after she had been tossed from a moving vehicle. A good samaritan found her and put out a plea for a rescue to help her. For Otis Sake stepped in, helped her heal, helped her regain trust in humans and helped her regain her confidence. She has become a strong, beautiful dog that loves humans and her canine companions. Her road to recovery included surgical repair to her severely damaged back leg.
What could have been the end for Otter ended up being his lucky day... You see Otter was scheduled to be euthanized the day we rescued him. He was half the size of his litter mates, regurgitating his food, malnourished and weak.
We made sure he received a full examination where he was diagnosed with Persistent Right Aortic Arch (PRAA). In basic terms, a blood vessel was wrapped around his esophagus which restricted his ability to get food into his stomach. This essentially caused Megaesophagus (ME) as a secondary condition. Surgery was performed which resolved the PRAA and ME conditions. He recuperated under the watchful eye of his foster mom, made a complete recovery and is now enjoying life in his forever home.
An individual was driving down a dark road in Ohio when Allie darted out in front of her. The good Samaritan rushed her to an emergency hospital and began to search for her her owners but no one stepped forward, no one reported her missing. This individual then began putting out pleas for help for the German Shorthair Pointer pup and we answered the call. Once she was stabilized and able to be transported, Allie made her way to Hagerstown.
X-rays determined she had multiple fractures in her right leg and buck shot embedded under her skin. Veterinary staff performed a long, difficult, emergency surgery to amputate the wounded leg.
As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, donations to For Otis Sake Rescue are tax deductible.
Our EIN is 47-1905371.
Every gift helps us save lives. If you are unable to participate in our Constant Companion Monthly Giving Program, please consider making a one-time donation