Funding 4 Fido

Who We Are

Our organization advocates for those who do not have a voice. We are a 501(c)3 dog group created to improve the quality of life for dogs through education, legislation, and rehabilitation.

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“ In a world full of people who couldn’t care less, be someone who couldn’t care more”

Some Success Stories



Axel (formerly Michael Scott) was found as a stray and brought into Garland Animal Shelter. The founder left him on a stray hold and when no one came to claim him, the founder came to get him. He was on the urgent list and set for euthanasia because of his behavior. Axel is unpredictable at times and needs some training. The owners dumped Axel on a fellow volunteer.



He is so sweet. He’s such a loving boy and playful boy and he has been through so much. He was found as a stray in Garland and left at the shelter. He was going to be euthanized and at the last minute him and the other urgent dog went to an adopter.



We could not be more thankful for Meg and Funding For Fido. We adopted our fur baby, Yhorm,  from Garland Animal Services, which unfortunately is a high kill shelter. When we found he had heart worms, we weren’t sure of the first steps to take or even if we had the funds to irradiate this issue.

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