TRI-CITIES, Wash. - Mikey's Chance saves the lives of puppies throughout the community. But with a recent outbreak of parvo, particularly within a pack of pups left at a shelter in Idaho, puppies in the Tri-Cities need your help to survive.
The non-profit makes it their mission to protect dogs in desperate need. Volunteers work tirelessly at providing positive foster care with loving families.
However, it's not just homes they're lacking - they need the resources to save K-9 lives.
“Parvo virus is potentially deadly if not caught and treated,” Executive Director Andrea Moreno explained. “They’re just little puppies, they didn’t ask to come into this world, and they deserve a chance.”
Because dogs are vulnerable to the virus at young age, parvo is often the first vaccination received when they are adopted. Puppies fighting this illness have obviously been neglected since birth, but they now have the chance to get better with the help of the community.
Mikey's Chance started a Go Fund Me account online, and is also accepting all kinds of donations, including money, veterinary support, pet supplies, and more.
Click on the link below to find out more on how you can donate to save the lives of local pups, or become a foster puppy parent.