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The Boston Terrier Rescue Net is a 501c3
non-profit organization dedicated to fundraising to assist national Boston Terrier Rescue efforts.

Boston Terrier Special Needs Spotlight

It is a sad fact that many smaller rescue groups have had to fold because they don't have the resources to continue, and others are alive and struggling, but have had to turn away dogs due to lack of resources. We know that everyone in rescue is overloaded, overworked, under funded, and exhausted...! And, with Vet bills continuously going up, there is an ever increasing number of very sick, and or abused animals coming into rescue regularly. Meet other special needs boston terriers we've helped! Therefore, BTRN, in its role as a national fundraiser, has developed a sponsorship program in which one Special Needs Rescue Boston will be "Showcased" on our website, with fundraising efforts directed towards that one Boston until its medical expenses have been met, at which time, another will be showcased. Any Boston in rescue may apply to be showcased, however special consideration will always be given to the neediest....... and those having no funding from any other venue.

If you would like to contribute to the Special Needs program, please be sure to send your donation clearly marked for the "Special Needs Fund"

Our Current Special Needs Spotlight - Roscoe


Find out how you can help Roscoe here

Roscoe is a 5 yr old male emergency rescue from a Humane Society who came in with bilateral hemorrhaged sclera, limited vision in the left eye due to corneal scarring, massive swelling in the eyes, orbits, head, neck and facial area and extremely head & hand shy.

The facility's vet suspected glaucoma due to the positioning and swelling of the eyes. He was seen by a private vet who believes Roscoe was manually strangled or hung which would fully explain the damages presented and Roscoe's fear. Any help you can provide with costs involved in Roscoe's emergency vet visit, ophthalmology consultation, and on-going pressure monitoring, would be greatly appreciated.

Find out how you can help Roscoe here

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