Susie and Sparky's Charitable Wish List for Dogs

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Dogs are Changing The Present, and Sparky is one of them!

I just discovered this exciting nonprofit website, It lets anyone give the gift of a donation in their friend's name, and a personalized greeting card makes it especially memorable. This is so much better than another pair of fuzzy slippers! It is even tax-deductible.

Sparky and I like it because we can support our favorite animal welfare or rescue organization. (Actually, you can help support any school, classroom, or nonprofit).

Here are three great ways to help:
1. Make the gift of a donation to help dogs in a friend's name, in lieu of buying traditional presents. Your friend will be thrilled, and you will really help dogs who need your love.
2. Create your own wish list (sort of like mine), and ask people to donate here instead of buying you presents that you may not want.
3. Please share with other dog s and dog-lovers. Tell your favorite organizations and your veterinarian about this site, too.

Thank you!
Susie and Sparky

Favorite gifts:

Microchip A Pet - One permanent ID

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


To help increase the chances that a lost animal will be recovered, the ASPCA relies on microchip identification. An electronic chip, about the size of a grain of rice and carrying a unique code, is implanted between a pet’s shoulder blades. The code is entered into a database that links up the animal’s family’s address and contact information. Similar to a routine vaccination, this procedure is quick and painless. If a lost animal is brought to a shelter or vet’s office, the facility will use a scanner to check the dog or cat for a microchip. Your gift will allow us to microchip one adoptable animal in our shelter, affording peace of mind for the new pet parent and helping to ensure a speedy return in the event that the animal accidentally becomes lost.

Spay/Neuter A Pet - One operation

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


Here at the ASPCA, we are doing all we can to combat pet overpopulation—from providing low-cost or free spay/neuter to qualifying pet owners in New York City’s five boroughs to ensuring that each and every animal adopted from our shelter is spayed or neutered. And spaying and neutering is not only for the greater good—it's good for the health of the individual animal, too. Spaying a female cat or dog helps prevent pyometra and breast cancer, and neutering a male dog or cat prevents testicular cancer. And there are wonderful behavioral benefits to boot! Your gift will allow our veterinary surgeons to spay or neuter one dog or cat who is awaiting a home in our shelter. Thank you for joining in the fight against pet overpopulation.

Do Not Duplicate - Spay/Neuter a Dog

Best Friends Animal Society


Your gift will pay for the spay or neuter of one of the new arrivals at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. Spaying or neutering is one of the greatest gifts you can provide your pet, your family and your community. These routine medical procedures not only help control pet overpopulation, but they may also prevent medical and behavioral problems from developing, allowing your pet to lead a longer, healthier and happier life.


This gift will afford Project Hope puppies and kittens a crucial step in their path to adoption with a much-needed veterinary exam. Initial exams include checking their weight, temperature, heart, lungs, internal organs, and ears. Pre-adoption examinations for puppies and kittens are often a veterinarian’s favorite part of the job.

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