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How to Help
CC RezQs is only made possible by the hard work of volunteers and donations from people like you!  If you would like to volunteer to help us out, please click here to fill out a volunteer application.  If you would like to make a donation, follow the directions below!  Thank you!

Donations

Click here to make a donation online
Foster Ryker giving Gus a hug before he left for his new homeEmail Money Transfer:

info@ccrezqs.com

TM’z Vet Clinic:

Under CC RezQs File

(306)731-3266

Monetary donation drop off’s can be facilitated through one of our directors.  Cheques can be mailed to the address below, C/O CC RezQs!

Items needed

Donations can be dropped off on the side of the house between the two gates of

3409 21st Ave

Regina, SK

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  • Puppy Food (Kirkland Puppy Food, Yellow Bag, available at Costco)
  • Dog Food (Kirkland Natures Domain Salmon and Sweet Potato, Blue Bag, available at Costco)
  • Powdered puppy formula
  • Puppy chew toys
  • Puppy Collars (or cat collars)
  • Blankets
  • Food/water dishes
  • Pee Pads
  • Kennels
  • Dog Pens
  • Baby Gates
  • Gas Gift Cards

Though we have specified certain types of dog/puppy food, we are willing to take any type!  We are looking specifically for food that is easy to digest (this helps the dogs as they transition into receiving dog food vs. whatever they were able to get their paws on before) and good for skin/coat (because of the lack of nourishment, their skin often suffers greatly).  Higher fat content, lower grain content, and added omega oils are the biggest things we look at.  Puppy and development food work great for helping our malnourished dogs!


 

Below, you will find the recipe for Power Balls.  This recipe is often given to our most malnourished dogs in an attempt to help them gain essential weight.  In the past, volunteers have flattened them into thick hamburger patties and frozen them flat in large freezer bags, making it easier for storage!  We will arrange for a drop off location or pick up!

Power Balls (Also known as Satin Balls)

1 lb cheap hamburger (for high fat %)

1 and 1/3 cups Vector cereal

1 and 1/2 cups uncooked oatmeal

1 raw egg (with shells)

6 TBSP Wheat Germ

1 pkg Knox unflavored gelatin

2 TBSP vegetable oil

2 TBSP unsulfured molasses

pinch of salt

Mix all ingredients together, much like you would a meatloaf.  Roll into equal portions, and flatten into patties.  Freeze in a large freezer bag.