Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue
Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue, Inc., is the national rescue organization for the Alaskan Klee Kai dog breed.
We take in abandoned, abused, neglected, and owner surrendered Alaskan Klee Kai. We work with other rescues and shelters to find Alaskan Klee Kai suitable forever homes. We provide foster homes for rescued Alaskan Klee Kai that need a place to stay while they are waiting for their forever home, as well as work on socialization, training, and obtain any needed veterinary care. We screen all potential homes carefully, to ensure each Rescued Alaskan Klee Kai gets its perfect forever home.
Our goal is to help all Alaskan Klee Kai that need to be helped, and help them find wonderful homes where they will be healthy and happy for their entire lifetime.
May Day - Dog Days of Summer!
Auction is happening NOW - May 1st through May 8th! Follow the link here to bid and win!
Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue (AKKNR) is holding our fourth annual eBay auction beginning on May 1st. May Day seems very appropriate, since May Day is also a distress call and AKK National Rescue can always use help. All proceeds of this auction will go to help those Alaskan Klee Kai who come through the AKK National Rescue organization.
AKKNR takes in abandoned, abused, neglected, and owner surrendered Alaskan Klee Kai. They work with other rescues and shelters to find Alaskan Klee Kai suitable forever homes. They provide foster homes for rescued Alaskan Klee Kai that need a place to stay while they are waiting for their forever home, as well as work on socialization, training, and obtain any needed veterinary care. They screen all potential homes carefully, to ensure each Rescued Alaskan Klee Kai gets its perfect forever home. Their goal is to help all Alaskan Klee Kai that need to be helped, and help them find wonderful homes where they will be healthy and happy for their entire lifetime.
AKKNR is asking for donations of items, gifts and services that will be auctioned off during this fundraising eBay event. So, if you can make a gift, buy one and/or offer your particular service(s) we’d be forever grateful.
We will be accepting donations up to Saturday, April 27th, so that everything can be set up in time to start the auction on May 1st. When you send your donations to AKKNR, please specify if it is a *stand* alone item or if it can be placed with other items, also specify the approximate value of your item(s).
Donations can be mailed to:
Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue, Inc.P.O. Box 146Ottawa, KS 66067
Be sure to mark May 1st on your calendars !!
Join this worthy cause; join the bidding and the fun!
Avon Event 2013
Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue, Inc., (AKKNR)
The national rescue organization for the Alaskan Klee Kai dog breed
2013 ~ Online Avon Event
Select: online events
Participate in: AKK National Rescue
Be sure to use our online event code: AKK2012 and 25% of your purchase will be donated. If your total purchase exceeds $30 Avon will automatically send your order with free shipping!!! All orders are shipped directly to YOU!!!
For those of you who don’t know us, we take in abandoned, abused, neglected, and owner surrendered Alaskan Klee Kai. We provide foster homes for rescued Alaskan Klee Kai that need a place to stay while they are waiting for their forever home, as well as work on socialization, training, and obtain any needed veterinary care. Our goal is to help all Alaskan Klee Kai that need to be helped.
Take this great opportunity to help AKKNR!
There's SOMETHING for everyone!!
Shanni - Adopted!
Shanni is a 5 year old male whose previous owner passed away. Shanni is looking for the perfect forever home. He does NOT do well with cats, and we would prefer that he does not go to a home with young children. Shanni does do well with
other dogs, though we would prefer it if his new home did not have a dog with an alpha personality. He is about 20 pounds.
Shanni has been adopted by his foster family.
Volunteer of the Year 2011
AKKNR Board of Directors would like to congratulate the dual recipients of the Volunteer of the Year award, Robin Carlstrom and Lori Stoltz, whom are recognized for their outstanding volunteer work during 2011.
When I was contacted by the owner wishing to surrender Kaiya, I was heartbroken at her story. It was clear that no matter how much the owner loved her, she needed to be in a different place. The great Pacific NW team really pulled together - Leslie Welker drove over 4 hours to pick her up, and then we each drove 2 1/2 hours to meet to transfer her to me. Working with my vet and getting wonderful support from the Board, we attended to some of her long term issues. To me, the amazing thing was the diagnosis of her actual problem (thyroid) was done by a member of the AKKNR Board - from a picture! Kaiya is now settled in a great home, and is very content. What I love about rescue is how everyone pulls together - our local team to respond directly, my vet who cared for her at great discount, and the Board supporting with advice, amazing knowledge, and of course funds.
Lori & Gordy Stoltz
Gordy and Lori have helped with the rescue in the past, but this past rescued puppy has put a forever dent in their hearts. Gordy at the time was working for the Corrections for the State of Minnesota, and Lori ran their home based business, and took care of their many animals.
One week day while Gordy was gone out of state, Lori received an email that forever changed their life. It informed Lori of a rescue in dire need of medical treatment and a foster home. Lori drove the two hours to the twin cities to make a late night rendezvous to pick up poor Sibbey. Sibbey was rescued from an Illinois shelter, and transported to Minnesota to Lori and Gordy’s pet boarding and grooming facility to be cared for, evaluated and treated for heart worm infestation. It was a long, hard, but successful battle to keep Sibbey alive and well. Many trips to the vet office to undergo treatments, operations, and vaccinations, as well as medication and special food diets, and lots of tears and joy mixed in as well.
The final leg of Sibbey’s journey was to overcome the fear of traveling. She HATED to travel in a car, and after many short trips, they headed across Minnesota to beautiful Wyoming after selling their home and business to start a new life in Wyoming, however she did WONDERFUL the whole 19 hour trip across many states, and learned to not be quite so afraid of traveling, which helped with her final trip to Colorado to her forever home.
This foster experience was a lot more stressful, harder to deal with, but was such a wonderful experience, Gordy and Lori would drop everything to help out anytime any where once again!
Buy and Sell on eBay for Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue
You can support Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue when you buy or sell on eBay, with the eBay Giving Works program.
Alaskan Klee Kai National Rescue is part of the eBay Giving Works program. So, you can support our mission when you buy and sell on eBay. Here’s how:
Did you know that charity listings often get more bids and higher prices than regular eBay listings? Boost your sales and support our critical work while you’re at it! Plus eBay gives back to you too, with a fee credit on your basic selling fees.