Save-a-Bull Rescue of Minnesota has partnered with Picaboo to create a truly one of a kind custom photo holiday card opportunity. Cards for Causes lets you send custom holiday cards while 50% of the purchase price gets donated to rescue.
Choose from a library of designs and customize it with your photos and message, or create your own from scratch. Each card will have a short blurb about Save-a-Bull’s mission on the back, spreading awareness with each card you send. And 50% of your order cost will be donated to Save-a-Bull to help dogs in need.
And there’s more: Use the discount code CARDS4CAUSES and you’ll save 50% off your entire order – so everybody wins!
EASY AS 1-2-3:
1. Create your card using your own photos and card designs from the design library.
2. Add your customized card to your cart and check out using the promo code CARDS4CAUSES to receive 50% off.
3. Send your customized card to all of your friends and family, while Save-a-Bull Rescue receives 50% of the proceeds of your card order.
And drop us a card at the following address. We’d love to see your designs to celebrate the holidays and share them with our Facebook family!
PO Box 26453
Minneapolis, MN 55426
Robbie is a young pitbull mix adopted by Alex Sobeck from Happy Tails Rescue.
Robbie enjoys stealing kitty food, playing with big dogs, getting back massages and sleeping in with mommy. He especially loves to carry his favorite nerd toy (a plush “nerve cell”) around wherever he goes.
Robbie’s photos were taken by Tangerine House of Design as part of the 2018 Pin Up Pets calendar contest.
Lilly was adopted by Josh and Katie Rushlo in April 2015 and Judged joined the family in May 2016. They make a perfect pair; Lilly is cautious and reserved while Judge is carefree and outgoing and helps Lilly cope with scary situations. Lilly loves to snuggle at home with her teenage human sister while Judges likes going for car rides. They spend their days together chasing balls in the yard, lounging in the sun and sharing a snuggly blanket in front of the TV.
Lilly and Judge are featured in our 2018 Save-a-Bull calendar, photos by Tangerine House of Design.
The past couple weeks have been hard ones for two dogs in rescue – and for their foster families.
Spiral, a 14 week old puppy recently underwent surgery to amputate a deformed front leg, and Ravioli, who’s been in rescue for over a year, fell ill to an ongoing neurological issue/injury. Both dogs are getting all the care they need thanks to Save-a-Bull’s ability to pay for surgery, MRI’s, exams, medications and more.
The foster’s for these dogs have already gone above and beyond to get them to appointments, keep up complicated schedules of medication, and attend to their recovery in their homes. In addition to that, they’ve both set up personal fundraisers on Facebook to try and raise money to recoup some of the expenses the rescue is paying out for their treatments.
Lorelei Noire, Save-a-Bull Foster Manager, and her husband Ian, SAB Vetting Manager and board member, are caring for Spiral. When Spiral arrived in rescue we knew her leg would need to be amputated, but she also needed some TLC to gain weight and get healthy before hand. Ian and Lorelei took care of Spiral and got her ready for the big day. Now post-surgery they are helping her recover and adjust to her new life as a tripod. You can read her story and donate to her fundraiser here:
Nan Hildebrandt, Save-a-Bull Marketing Manager and board member, and her husband Todd, SAB Brewery Tour Manager, have been fostering Ravioli for more than a year. A young dog with crazy high energy, Ravioli has been a non-stop challenge to keep up with until he suddenly presented with all-over body pain and loss of energy. Nan and Todd have taken Ravioli to multiple late-night emergency vet visits looking for answers and are working day and night to keep him comfortable while he stays on four weeks of strict kennel rest. Read more about Ravioli’s condition and donate to his care here:
Save-a-Bull is fortunate to be stable enough to cover the medical costs of illness and surgeries, both planned and surprised. But as the money for care goes out, it has to come back in so we’re ready for the next dog who needs us. We are so very grateful for foster families like these that go above and beyond the physical care of our dogs, but also help us address the financial needs as well.
If you want to help, please consider a donation to either Spiral or Ravioli’s medical expense fund, or with an overall donation to Save-a-Bull Rescue. Every dollar counts and no amount is too small!
Everything we do for these dogs is possible because of the support of our community. Together we’re able to make a difference in these lives and in countless others to come! Thank you for your support and for sharing our passion.
Are you compassionate and caring and interested in being a part of our foster network? We promise not all cases are this hard! We’re looking for loving families to care for puppies and dogs who are waiting to find their forever homes. We’ll provide everything you need and you’ll be paid in puppy kisses and gratitude. Click here to find out more then fill out a foster application to get the process started.
Ivy Mae is a three year old pit bull adopted from Second Hand Hounds by Brittney Moore.
Ivy loves to protect her house from the birds and squirrels in her backyard. She loves to cuddle on the couch at night and snuggle up close when its time for bed. Her favorite time of day is breakfast and dinner.
When Brittney gets home from work she will sit down on the floor and Ivy comes to give her a big hug, holding on tight with her front legs!
Ivy was photographed by Tangerine House of Design as part of our annual Save-a-Bull calendar fundraiser and contest.