Donations sustain us

Your financial support helps us continue in our mission to maintain a sanctuary for homeless senior hounds and provide them with the care and love they deserve.  All donations are used to pay for veterinary care, medications, food, and all other needs.  As we are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, donations to House of Puddles are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Donate with PayPal or Credit/Debit Card

Mail Checks to:

House of Puddles
4422 Reels Mill Rd.
Frederick, MD 21704

Matching Gifts

Many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage philanthropy among their employees.  You can double or even triple your donation by enrolling in your company's matching gift program.  Some will even match for spouses and retirees.

You can do a search to find out if your company has a matching gift program.  If your company is found, the search will even provide you with your company's enrollment form that you can complete online or on paper.  If you don't find your company listed, please check with your Human Resources department to see if your company offers a matching gift program.

House of Puddles is a public charity under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3).  Our tax ID number (EIN) is 20-2159159.

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Donate Your Used Vehicles

You can also easily donate your used vehicles, even if they're not in running condition.  See our Fundraisers page for more information.

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There is a house where love abounds
A house of Senior Basset Hounds

There are no walkers or Depends
Just lots of happy Basset friends

We are the old ones who have turned gray
And now get to live another day

We all are happy and well fed
We even have our very own bed

Our Mom works hard, it costs a lot
And we are grateful for the things we got

If you could help we would be glad
That no other hound would be sad

So check the purse strings of your heart
Just a few dollars could be a start

We all will thank you with a great Arooooo
The House Of Puddles and our Mom, too.

-Ken Johnson