Programs

As a registered 501(c)(3) charity, Forever Loved does not receive any city, state, or federal funding. So to help secure our organization’s future — which enables us to help more senior dogs in Arizona — we offer planned giving and long-term sponsorship programs like the ones below. Thank you for your support!

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Legacy Care program with Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

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Hospice program

For senior dogs with terminal illnesses, we find them loving foster homes. Learn more below, or become a sponsor!
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Legacy Care program with Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

Planned Giving

Legacy Care program

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary will care for your furry family members upon your death or should you become incapacitated.
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Legacy Hero program with Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

Planned Giving

Legacy Hero program

Many people choose to make a planned gift to a nonprofit because it can provide substantial tax advantages.
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Meet our current hospice dogs

Hospice dogs may have weeks, months, or even more than a year to live. Whatever the diagnosis, Forever Loved and our generous donors help to ensure that:

  • These dogs receive the medical and veterinary care they need to enjoy life and be comfortable.
  • Our hospice families ("forever fosters") receive the financial support they need.

Interested in sponsoring?

When you sponsor a foster, you allow us to take in another senior dog with a poor prognosis.

Interested in fostering?

Please visit our "Become a foster" page for more information.
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Macadamia

Macadamia

This Lab/Mastiff mix is a gentle 100-pound girl. After having 6 mast cell tumors removed, we placed her in an adoring forever foster home & she's been living her best life! We don't know when her cancer will return.
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Mishu

Mishu

Mishu was one of 25 Pomeranians rescued from a backyard breeder. She came very unsocialized and with multiple health issues, including severe heart murmur, cataracts, multiple mammary masses, and mild spinal damage.
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Dudley

Dudley

Dudley is a sweet, handsome English bulldog mix who was brought in as a stray to Maricopa ACC. He had some lumps and bumps that needed treating, and unfortunately, a couple were determined to be cancer.
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Cairo

Cairo

Cairo is a happy 13+ year old Miniature Pinscher, and he lives each day to the fullest with his forever foster family. He loves to be held, cuddle, go for walks, and take naps.
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Peaches

Peaches

Peaches is an incredibly sweet Tibetan terrier mix. She came to us from Maricopa County ACC where she was brought in as a stray. She had tick fever, which contributed to her anemia and need for a blood transfusion.
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Lacy

Lacy

Lacy is a friendly, gentle gal who enjoys the company of adults and children. Lacy's foster family reports that she loves affection, her daily walks, and burrowing under blankets.
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Baby Bear

Baby Bear

After having her right eye removed, this little sweetheart recovered like a champ. Being with her foster momma is Baby Bear’s favorite thing; she also loves cuddles, walks, and car rides.
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Bree

Bree

This sweet 14-year-old chihuahua/terrier mix LOVES having her hips and back legs massaged. Despite having 14 teeth removed, some arthritis, and being hard of hearing, Bree loves life and even gets the zoomies sometimes!
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Esme

Esme

Esme came to us via the Humane Society of the White Mountains where she was found as a stray. This 10yo lab mix is partially sight impaired and partially hearing impaired, and could not be any sweeter.
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Blondie

Blondie

Blondie is a Pugle mix who came to us from Globe High Desert Humane Society. She has cataracts and arthritis, but the good news is we've treated some of her severe dental calculus and removed multiple masses.
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Sponsor a hospice dog

Thank you for your incredible generosity. The average cost per hospice dog is $1,330. By sponsoring, we ask for an initial donation of $500, followed by a recurring $50/month donation.
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