We are a small 501 (c)(3) non-profit group providing quality care for senior dogs.
Our sanctuary is a home to senior dogs, age 8 and over, who through no fault of their own, end up in the shelters, their owners may no longer be able to care for them, or has passed on.
We work with Clatsop County Animal Shelter and South Pacific County Humane Shelter with their senior dogs, giving them a chance to live in peace and contentment . This also opens space at the crowded shelter for younger more adoptable dogs.
We also work with people that can no longer care for their dog due to medical reasons or death in family.
We bring dogs in to care for them the rest of their lives. Some may find the perfect forever home, others may go to wonderful forever foster homes and some will stay at the Sanctuary.
We are made up of wonderful volunteers, fosters, veterinarians, vet techs, groomers, and sponsors.
We promote awareness on long term care and responsibility for senior dogs.
We work hard to take care of all of our pets here at Angels For Sara Sanctuary. But, we can't do it without people like you and your donations of time and money. So, if you ever feel like you want to be a part of our family and help some of the best more deserving animals around, check us out.
If you want to help by volunteering, being a foster parent to a senior dog, donate or sponsor a dog, please contact us for more information.
Angels For Sara
Donating to benefit senior dogs is food for the soul and a deposit in the karma bank.
You can help by
donating items on our wish list;
fostering a senior dog;
donating money to food, shelter and medical services;
donating your time to help with our different events
To provide a lifelong, loving and safe environment for senior dogs
and to keep them comfortable until the end of their journey here on earth.
Want to have a senior dog but because of the high cost of medical bills that can come along with older furry friends? Ever think about fostering one? The senior dog would live with you and you would give them lots of love and care. They would have a wonderful forever home until they were ready to transition over to the next journey.
It is a long term commitment, but we would still be responsible for medical expenses and make sure they have appointments scheduled and would get there. We will always be here for support or help.
Give us a call at 503-325-2772 or email and find out more about being a foster home for an older dog.
No senior dog will spend his or her last days in a cold, noisy, dark shelter.
We will take them in and find them a forever home, or we let them live out their lives at the sanctuary,
providing hospice to the ones that need it. We will give them all the love and care in a home setting.