About Us – #HelpSaveUsAll



Our goal is to eliminate animal euthanasias’ by creating a central hub for shelter communication and providing adequate shelter statistics conveying how much of the donation dollar is actually going toward the animals in need.


Approximately 6.5 million companion animals enter shelters every year nationwide—approximately 1.5 million are euthanized.* Due to these overwhelming intake rates, shelters often struggle to adopt out the majority of animals who come through their doors. With so many lives at stake, it’s important to understand exactly what we’re up against.


We are creating a Centralized Location of Data (CLD) for animal shelters and rescues in the Rocky Mountain Region (each state coming soon) thus creating an opportunity not seen before in the animal rescue world. Creating this database allows animal shelters, rescues and agencies to communicate more efficiently with each other and be able to share extra resources and/or services they may have to offer.

#HelpSaveUsAll is here to create a trusted and transparent donation and adoption process, while using a rating system and having centralized database that uses “Our proprietary Pet Saved Per Donation Dollar Ratio” holding animal shelters, rescues, and agencies more accountable.This will allow more animals to be saved each year.

We have already and will continue to look in discrepancies between shelters, like how they vary drastically for adoption fees and adoption process. Unfortunately we have also uncovered shelters that take in hundreds of applications for one dog or cat, charging $25 – $75 EACH TIME making literally thousands of dollars of the “PROCESS”. Instead of turning away so many potential new owners they can contact other agencies as well with our help. We found animal shelters keeping dogs and even purchasing dogs from puppy mills for donation dollars, keeping animals for years making money off them with application fees etc…

We are creating an actual ratings system for each shelter, rescue or agency. The rating system will be on a A-F scale and the ratings will be based on Our proprietary pet saved per donation dollar ratio, the overall care, trust, and transparency the animal shelters, recues, and agencies donation spend and adoption process.

We truly believe in our hearts by creating this process & a centralized location of data that we will not only hold animal shelters, rescues and agencies more accountable but donors as well creating more funding opportunities, thus saving more lives…

These animals have a story, and we want to share it with you through their eyes.

Cesar rescued June 2012! – photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll

Lucky Dog rescued March 2015! – photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll

Cesar Wolfe rescued June 2012! – photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll

Lucky Dog rescued March 2015! – photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll

Cesar Wolfe rescued June 2012! photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll

Lucky Dog Rescued March 2015! photo property of #HelpSaveUsAll


Young Cesar Wolfe




*These estimates are based in part on Shelter Animals Count data and other known and estimated sources, 2015-2018. Currently, no government institution or animal organization is responsible for tabulating national statistics for the animal protection movement. These are national estimates; the figures may vary from state to state”. https://www.aspca.org/animal-homelessness  

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