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Sadie Dog Fund


   Keeping dogs alive and in their homes …                                with the people that love them.


Sadie Dog Fund helps save dogs’ lives by offering financial assistance for surgeries, therapies or mobility solutions that

are too costly for  pet parents.  This is an alternative to ending the dog’s life prematurely or surrendering it to an already over crowded shelter.  We work through veterinarian referrals only.



Sadie Dog Fund - 2224 Heather Lane - Lincoln, Nebraska 68512~ 501c3 non-profit organization~



Thank you Banfield Charitable Trust for awarding a veterinary assistance grant to  Sadie Dog Fund.

Sadie Dog Fund is a Lincoln, NE based 501c3 non profit organization, who helped save the lives of 58 dogs in 2014.  We need your donations to continue helping dogs!

What would you do if you didn’t have the means to save your family member...your best friend? Our pets get sick or hurt and depending on the circumstance the cost can exceed hundreds or even thousands of dollars to get them the help they need.


Sadie Dog Fund is an option pet parents can reach out to for help.


I have always loved animals. I was one of the lucky kids whose parents let me grow up surrounded by pets. I have shared my life with many dogs, cats and horses that brought me much joy and unconditional love.


In 2007 I wrote a children’s book about my cocker spaniel, Sadie, that had many special needs.  I wanted children to know that animals with special needs can be wonderful pets and that pets are not disposable like old TVs, computers or cell phones. They are forever.


The Sadie Dog Fund was created in 2007 with proceeds from my book.  The fund is now a 501c3 non-profit organization. Every penny donated is used to help save dogs’ lives or to help promote the fund.  All of my time is donated to the Sadie Dog Fund and helping dogs.  It is my way of paying back the gifts in life that animals have so richly blessed me with.  


Cody Bear, pictured with happy family member, had emergency exploratory surgery.  He ate a small sock.