All About Dogs Rescue cancels annual golf scramble fundraiser
All About Dogs Coastal Rescue has cancelled plans to host its 9th Annual Going to the Dogs Golf Scramble, originally scheduled next month at Craft Farms Golf Resort. A date has not been set yet for future tourney.
“We know this has been a challenging time for everyone and we will continue to make every effort possible to keep everyone safe and happy,’’ tourney chairman Tom Bruce said. “We appreciate the generous community support from golfers and sponsors in the past years. This has enabled us to continue our rescue efforts..’’
And the need has never been greater, according to Bruce.
“This crisis has left so many animals in need of help. We are rescuing at high numbers and the need increases. Recently we have taken in a mother dog and six puppies that are keeping our volunteers on their toes.’’
All About Dogs has pets from four to 70 lbs. available for adoption and foster care. In addition to donations, the non-profit has a constant need for sheets and towels. Visit allaboutdogscr.com or contacdt Bruce at 948-5307 or tombruce1943@gmail. com.
All About Dogs Coastal Rescue is a Magnolia Springs based all volunteer group of dedicated animal lovers committed to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for abused and abandoned dogs in South Baldwin County.
Its efforts in taking dogs into the program help reduce the number of healthy dogs euthanized at local shelters. All dogs placed in the non-profit’s care are given appropriate and needed medical treatment, temperament evaluation and socialization in preparation for adoption.
All dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered, heartworm tested and treated prior to adoption. Potential adopters are interviewed for a proper match before approval for adoption. It operates solely on donations and fund raising events, and every dollar donated goes directly to provide medical and daily care for our rescue pets.
Pictured: As of July 26, dogs available for adoption at All About Dogs included Lilly, Logan, Reacher and Lollipop.