Lizzy’s Fund provides financial assistance to shelters and rescues for senior dogs, aged seven and older. Established in 2012, the Fund has helped over 300 dogs get healthy and adopted into loving families. The care that the organization provides can be medical, surgical, or alternative care as the goal is to do whatever it takes to help these seasoned canines find the love and care that they deserve. As a not-for-profit organization itself, the Fund works with other not-for-profit organizations by providing financial assistance to senior dogs who through no fault of their own end up in what can be a scary place.
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