Miss Bea joined the AZBHR Angel Dog program in July of 2020. She has been in foster care for recurring health issues, and was made an Angel due to her persistent need for medical care. She was able to stay in her Foster home.
Even if you can’t adopt or be a foster to one of our precious Basset Hounds or Bloodhounds, you can still help by becoming an Angel for the Arizona Basset Hound Rescue (AZBHR).
The Angel Program is a sponsorship program that allows you to sponsor a Basset or Bloodhound that is deemed an Angel Dog. Our Angel Dogs need extra support because they have had expensive medical treatment or they are one of our Forever Fosters. Our Forever Foster Dogs are deemed unadoptable due to age, health conditions, or behavioral issues and will spend the rest of their lives in foster care. AZBHR is passionate about our dogs and always makes sure that they have the best care and quality of life because they deserve nothing less.
The Angel Program has three levels of sponsorship to choose from.
For as little as $20 a month, you can help make a HUGE difference in the life of a Basset Hound or Bloodhound!
If you have any questions related to this program, you can email the Angel Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
$20 per month
This pays for one microchip.
$50 per month
This pays for one well-pet visit.
$100 per month
This pays for the annual vaccinations for one dog.
Become a Member
Pick a giving level and complete the monthly donation subscription form. Angel Program is a non-refundable donation program. Arizona Basset Hound Rescue is a non-profit, 501 (C) 3, animal welfare organization. Your gift is fully tax deductible.
Eligibility for Angel Program Gifts
Angel Sponsorship MUST be completed and on file with AZBHR Treasurer. The year will begin on the date the first Angel Program donation is received.
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