We Need Your Support!

Senior dogs are the best, however, most of them come to our rescue with medical issues that can be very expensive to treat.


Donations are so important to help us continue the work we do.  These dogs deserve the best years or months of their lives and, with your support, we can give them that.


We are a 501c3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible. 


Donations will be used to pay for:

     - Medical Treatments

     - Food & Supplements

     - Medicine

     - Grooming

     - Cleaning Supplies (LOTS of cleaning supplies)


Our mailing address is:

P.O. Box 727, Morrisville, PA 19067

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Sponsor A Resident

Every penny counts and no amount is ever too small when saving lives.


Choose from featured HTRRH residents below and sponsor that pup by sending a donation for their care!



Fidget and his wife Gidget came here from a family who lost their home and were living in a motel where dogs were not allowed. 


They had 6 dogs living in crates in the capped bed of a pickup

truck in February of 2016, they were skinny, had fleas and they were almost bald.

Gidget had suffered a broken back and has some mobility issues. Fidget has severe heart disease and needs to go to the cardiologist regularly and takes 4 medications daily. Sponsor Gidget today and help provide her with lifesaving medical care!


Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu came here from a shelter in Philly because his owner had too many animals.


He was originally part of Happy Tails Rescue and went up for adoption. He went on a few meets but did not get adopted due to his spirited personality.



Machu Picchu was recently diagnosed with terminal lung disease, in addition to heart disease and takes 3 meds a day, and uses an inhaler and oxygen.

Can you sponsor Machu Picchu and help give him the life he deserves?



Meet our new resident, Deanna! Deanna is the newest member of our pack from the Dominican Republic.


She has Immune Mediated Polyarthropathy (IMPA) which is a complex and painful disease where the body attacks its

own joints.


She is on 2 medications a day and will need further diagnostics and constant monitoring for flare ups. We are determined to get Deanna the best care (and snuggles!) but need your help! Can you sponsor Deanna and be part of her healing journey?