There are many ways to help our Underdogs…
Make a Donation via PayPal or by Check
Underdog Railroad Rescue has a variety costs associated with rescuing dogs. There are fees to get the dogs out of the shelter, boarding costs in California, and transportation fees to get them to Oregon to start their new lives. Once the dogs arrive in Oregon, we take them for a check at the vet and to make sure they are up-to-date on vaccines. All of our dogs are also spayed and neutered before moving to their new homes. We also have many costs once the dogs are in foster homes, we provide food, crates, leashes, collars, and even toys. All of these costs add up quickly, and adoption fees don’t always cover the costs of the dog. With your help, we can save even more dogs, and we appreciate any donation you can make.
Or… if you’d like to mail us a check, we’d LOVE that! Checks can be made to: Underdog Railroad Rescue. Our mailing address is:
Underdog Railroad Rescue
c/o Yoga Shala of Portland
3808 North Williams Ave. Suite B
Portland, OR 97227
Our Special Needs Vet Fund…
Vet bills are our biggest budget item every year, as we often rescue dogs that are in need of major care. Please consider donating to our Special Needs Vet Fund! We are a 5013c Charitable Organization and your donation is 100% deductible.
Supplies for the Dogs
Buy an item from our Amazon Wishlist and the supplies will be sent directly to us.
Like we mentioned above, Underdog also has many costs once the dogs are in foster homes, we provide food, crates, leashes, collars, and even toys! If you’d like to help us with some of these supplies, we’ve got an Amazon Wishlist with items on it that we always need for our dogs, high-quality food being the most important.
Check out our wishlist and see if there is something you can help provide for our wonderful Underdogs.
When you purchase items from our Amazon Wishlist, the supplies are sent directly to us to provide for the dogs. Thank you!!
Adopt A Dog – OR – Become A Foster!
Also… Fostering is a great way to get to know your potential forever dog and you are bringing the dog straight into its possible forever home, and that’s always a good thing!Learn more….