We know that not everyone can foster or adopt another dog for one reason or another. We also know there are many people who would still love to be able to help a homeless dog. AMPS takes in many long-term foster dogs, dogs with high medical bills or special needs dogs. Some need help more than others and sometimes AMPS needs assistance to help them.
You can make a difference in a rescued dogs life by becoming a pinpal. As a pinpal, you just pick out a dog listed on our website that you would like to help. You can set up a monthly donation or a one-time donation to help support your dog until he/she is adopted. Your name will be listed right next to the dogs as his pinpal for the duration of their time in foster care, which hopefully won't be long. Once the dog is adopted, you will be notified and you can decide if you would like to be a pinpal to another needy minpin or not. There is no long-term obligation to being a pinpal.
No amount is too small because every extra penny goes towards the dogs care. Once the dog is adopted, you will be notified and you can decide if you would like to continue to be a pinpal to another needy minpin.
If you would like to became a pinpal, please contact us at email@example.com and let us know the name of the dog you would like to help.
All Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. is a non-profit corporation registered with the Secretary of State of New Hampshire. All Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc (AMPS) is exempt under section 501(c3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Checks can be mailed to:
c/o Marianna Gorfain
All Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc.
PO Box 505
Norwich, NY 13815
We also accept credit and debit card donations through PayPal.
The teaching community is welcome to have their classroom participate in this program and become a pinpal to a rescued min pin. They can pick the dog they would like to be a pinpal to, take up collections to help pay for the cost to care for the dog or even send some needed toys, collars, leashes and blankets for the dog. This will not only help the dog, it will also help educate children on the plight of the homeless dog so they have more compassion and understanding as they get older.
Please note that due to the AMPS confidentiality agreement with adopters, we cannot release information about animals once they leave rescue and go to their new home.