Check out ouron line store! 100% of the profits come back to the dog rescue to help with our life saving rescue work!

COVID 19 UPDATE Unfortunately,

We don't have any more dogs ready for adoption & aren't able to take any owner relinquishments

at this time.

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This is the spot for a one time donation. We are a 501c3 non profit. IRS 90-073223

Christine and Steve Haslet have worked tirelessly since 2010 caring
for homeless, orphaned dogs. 
They have opened their home and their hearts, and given their all to save so many lives that no one else saw any value in.

Christine and Steve have developed a network of dedicated volunteers, donors, fosters and adopters that believe in their cause.  To save and help some of the most desperate of the desperate to find their happily ever after.



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$25.00 a month donation

Last July, Maverick had DOUBLE HIP SURGERY at Veterinary Specialty Hospital with Dr. Pike. Maverick had a long recovery, he's a San Bernardino City Shelter rescue.  


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​Lucky Pup Dog Rescue.org 501c3 non profit volunteer based dog rescue IRS # 90-0753223 © 2020
Founded in 2010  

​How Can You Help?

 We are an all volunteer organization. Volunteers help with various projects and events, as well as caring for our dogs.  Donations for food, vetting, flea treatments, grooming are always needed. Amazon WISHLIST, click here

$50 a month donation

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Additionally, our Facebook page is also a great place to keep up current with our activities.

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Oreo having his first vet visit
​at Governor Animal Clinic

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Lucky Pup Dog Rescue pups are supported by local neighborhood businesses, as well as individuals who make monthly charitable donations. 
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