Your Gifts Save Lives

Your gifts to Sugar Faces Senior Dog Rescue, a 501C3 organization, help us to cover the costs of care for our rescued dogs. We promise each dog that we save that they will receive the care they need to live the remainder of the life in the best possible way. We also promise our contributors to be good stewards of their gifts by negotiating discounted rates with our providers and soliciting donated medications when available through manufacturers.

To make a tax-deductible contribution to Sugar Faces, click the donate now button, or PayPal your gift to You can designate your gift to a particular dog, or your gift can be unrestricted, enabling us to serve any of our rescued seniors. You can also mail your gift by check to:

Sugar Faces Rescue
PO Box 1550
Lexington Park, MD 20653

Please consider a monthly gift to our organization by selecting the "recurring gift" option through our PayPal account. Funds will be transferred, in an amount you designate, each month from your account to ours.

To create a personal legacy of care for abandoned senior dogs, contact us for information on how to make a planned gift to Sugar Faces Senior Dog Rescue through a bequest in your will, a charitable trust, or a life insurance policy.


In 2017, your support helped to cover:

$18,112.72 in veterinary services
$1,358.60 in pet food
$1,288.83 in senior pet supplies



To make a gift by mail, please send to:

Sugar Faces Senior Dog Rescue
PO Box 1550
Lexington Park, MD 20653


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Gift cards to Pepper's Pet Pantry, Wag-n-Wash, or Petco will help us to purchase the foods we feed our seniors.

Peppers Pet Pantry Contact
11372 HG Trueman Road, Solomons, MD / 410-326-4006
Wag N Wash
22958 MacArthur Blvd, Lexington Park, MDΒ  / 301-917-9274


Sugar Faces - Senior Dog Rescue

1 week 12 hours ago

Happy birthday Sugar Faces Senior Dog Rescue! Today we are officially 5 years old. We offer such heartfelt thanks to the many supporters and volunteers who have helped us rescue and care for 39 seniors so far. We have seen many of our seniors pass on but have enabled them to live an amazing retirement in the most loving of homes. We have been able to provide every medical service and medication that our seniors have needed and we continue to care for 13 dogs in our rescue program. Our mission is to provide a life of quality for seniors in need in southern Maryland and we have humbly lived this mission each day for five years. Thanks to everyone who is making our mission possible. The need is much greater than us but we are able to make a small difference in our local community and a big difference in the lives of our beloved oldies.

Pupdate on the Shermanator. The Dog Bowl 2 MVP has a side job modeling for our friends at Custom Dog Jackets (check them out on FB and Etsy). He is wearing a cute Halloween harness here (pics in comments). He is also doing some training runs for Dog Bowl 3. πŸ’œπŸΎπŸˆ

At the spry age of 18+, Wilbur had his annual checkup tonight. His heart murmur has stayed the same (yea!), his eyesight is pretty bad but his nose definitely works (he is the most vocal at mealtime!), and he has put on a little weight. The only negative is his three remaining teeth are pretty nasty, but at his age we are going to leave them alone. Overall he is in great shape for a gentleman his age! PS - he loves being carried around in this bag!

Feeding time at a Senior Dog Rescue home. Wouldn’t trade it for the world:).

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