Tax Deductible Donations
We are beyond appreciative of all donations that come into our rescue. Big or small, every dollar counts and every dollar is used to help save the animals. We want to ensure that we thank each and every donor, but some of the popular donation platforms make it very difficult for us to access your information. If you plan to donate to MAMCO Rescue, or have donated during 2022, and you would like a tax receipt for your donation, please fill out this form: Donation Receipt Form or use the QR Code!
@mamcorescuedogs (0586 last four of phone number)
To support our charity, always shop at smile.amazon.com and select ”Moms and Mutts Colorado Rescue for Pregnant and Nursing Dogs” as your charity.
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Used or New Goods Wishlist
As a rescue we are in need of a lot of different things! We ensure that our foster parents have everything they need to successfully whelp and raise a litter of puppies. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a written receipt.
Before taking items to a thrift store or throwing them out, please consider donating to MAMCO.
These are the items we need:
Collars and leashes
Wire Puppy play pens: 30″ in height or above
Large wire dog crates, 24″, 30″ 36″ and 42″
Washable incontinence/pee pads. we use washable pads for the first four weeks of life to reduce our carbon footprint.
Disposable incontinence or pee pads, during weeks 5-8 reusable pads are usually no longer an option as puppies go potty A LOT
Puppy food- we can only take this if it is not op ened
Tube feeding kits (catheter kits)
Bags of saline
Vagisil (used to treat ringworm)
Cans of pumpkin (for dogs with diarrhea)
4×6 hard plastic swimming pools (kiddie pools), we use these for whelping boxes
Hot water bottles or microwavable pillows, to warm puppies
Digital thermometers, to take the temperature of pregnant dogs to determine the onset of labor
Stethoscopes, to listen to baby heartbeats and ensure the puppies aren’t in distress
Locking tweezer clamps, in the event the mama dog does not cut an umbilical cord
Digital food scales (5 lb. or more), to weigh newborn puppies and ensure they are gaining weight