How You Can Help

Donations

Blue Man Dog operates solely on charitable contributions. We are always in need of funds for the basics of dog care, including food, veterinary care, medicine and other supplies. Since we often take the dogs that need the most help, the medical bills do add up. Your donation goes directly to the care of the dogs that will get a fresh start to the life they deserve.

You can make a donation by clicking the yellow DONATE button below:

or by check to:

Blue Man Dog, Inc.
2416 W. Victory Blvd. #272
Burbank, CA 91506

Rescue Dog Registry!

Shop our Wish List on Amazon, where you’ll see what our current dogs are wishing to enjoy.

Click on the pink text below to see our rescue dog registry:

Blue Man Dog Amazon Wish List


Volunteer – Foster

We’re always in need of foster homes for our dogs since we don’t have a kennel facility. After any stay in a chaotic shelter, dogs need some time to decompress, some need healing time, and all need some practice living in homes and to experience the world. We at Blue Man Dog all started as foster moms (we still are!) and it is an immensely rewarding experience that we continue to learn from and love.

If you want to foster a dog, we are always here to support and teach you along the way, and if you have an interest in learning more about dog behavior or training, we’d love to share our combined years of knowledge with you.

Of course, Blue Man Dog covers all expenses for our foster dogs. What we need from you is hour home, your time, and your care for the dog. We hope you’ll enjoy the amazing feeling of helping save a dog’s life and see them succeed with their adopters. Some dogs get adopted very quickly, within a couple of weeks, but sometimes it can take a few months before the right permanent adopters come along. It is a commitment, but we can select a dog for you that fits the time frame you have to offer.

If fostering sounds like something you would consider or learn more about, please Fill Out Our Foster Application, then we will be in touch.


Your Kind Donations Will Be Well Spent!

During all the years Mia has pulled shelter dogs for rescue, she was never the one to take the easy route. By saving “Rescue Only” dogs in need of behavior work, medical dogs, scared dogs, and seniors ...mixed in with some easier and quicker to adopt dogs to cover some expenses. The necessary behavior work was all done by her on her free time, also with the help of her two main foster homes Julia and Samantha who shares the same mission and passion. That is how our new group was founded, all the same work now under the group BLUE MAN DOG.

The first four dogs we saved in September 2017 were two “Rescue Only" with bite history; Blue Jasmine and Candy. The other two were senior Candice with the huge tumor and the very pregnant Elvi.

Help us keep up the good work! We are very grateful for any donation amount, it all makes a big difference for the dogs in need.

Blue Man Dog has filed for non profit 501(c)3 and are awaiting tax exempt status.

CANDICE, 10 Years Old

Two of our first dogs are great examples of exactly where your donation goes. Senior girl Candice, sweet and gentle, ended up at a city shelter with a tumor the size of a grapefruit on her belly. No one could say whether it was malignant or benign, so nobody wanted to take a chance on her but we could not walk away since she was running out of time.

We took her straight to the veterinary clinic for evaluation and about a week later, the tumor was removed along with two bumps on her paws, spay surgery, and teeth cleaning

As she was healing up, another issue arose, it turned out she had a severe ear infection which that needed to be treated also. Soon she’ll be able to run, jump and enjoy life again for her golden years. Her surgery, treatments and medications did come with a hefty price tag, but we sure think she is worth every penny.

Please support dogs like Candice!

CANDICE, 10 Years Old

Two of our first dogs are great examples of exactly where your donation goes. Senior girl Candice, sweet and gentle, ended up at a city shelter with a tumor the size of a grapefruit on her belly. No one could say whether it was malignant or benign, so nobody wanted to take a chance on her but we could not walk away since she was running out of time.

We took her straight to the veterinary clinic for evaluation and about a week later, the tumor was removed along with two bumps on her paws, spay surgery, and teeth cleaning

As she was healing up, another issue arose, it turned out she had a severe ear infection which that needed to be treated also. Soon she’ll be able to run, jump and enjoy life again for her golden years. Her surgery, treatments and medications did come with a hefty price tag, but we sure think she is worth every penny.

Please support dogs like Candice!

CANDICE, 10 Years Old

Two of our first dogs are great examples of exactly where your donation goes. Senior girl Candice, sweet and gentle, ended up at a city shelter with a tumor the size of a grapefruit on her belly. No one could say whether it was malignant or benign, so nobody wanted to take a chance on her but we could not walk away since she was running out of time.

We took her straight to the veterinary clinic for evaluation and about a week later, the tumor was removed along with two bumps on her paws, spay surgery, and teeth cleaning

As she was healing up, another issue arose, it turned out she had a severe ear infection which that needed to be treated also. Soon she’ll be able to run, jump and enjoy life again for her golden years. Her surgery, treatments and medications did come with a hefty price tag, but we sure think she is worth every penny.

Please support dogs like Candice!

CANDICE, 10 Years Old

Two of our first dogs are great examples of exactly where your donation goes. Senior girl Candice, sweet and gentle, ended up at a city shelter with a tumor the size of a grapefruit on her belly. No one could say whether it was malignant or benign, so nobody wanted to take a chance on her but we could not walk away since she was running out of time.

We took her straight to the veterinary clinic for evaluation and about a week later, the tumor was removed along with two bumps on her paws, spay surgery, and teeth cleaning

As she was healing up, another issue arose, it turned out she had a severe ear infection which that needed to be treated also. Soon she’ll be able to run, jump and enjoy life again for her golden years. Her surgery, treatments and medications did come with a hefty price tag, but we sure think she is worth every penny.

Please support dogs like Candice!

ELVI, 1 Year Old

Elvi was in a similar but different situation. She was turned in to a shelter, very scared, coughing and very pregnant!

Because shelters have such limited space and funds, her situation quickly became urgent. The shelter is no place for medical issues, scared dogs who bite, or tiny puppies who quickly pick up diseases. Shelters do everything they can, but with the high volume of dogs they house, sometimes they ask us for help.

So, we agreed to take Elvi in, feeding her the healthy food she needed, giving her a calm and loving place to be both before delivery and after.

A few days later we had a litter of seven puppies and the entire family will need to be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed and microchipped before they can go up for adoption when old enough.