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 American Eskimo Rescue and Sanctuary of Iowa/Iowa Heart Bandits chapter is a state licensed and insured, non- profit organization dedicated to the rescue, training, adoption and sanctuary of the American Eskimo "Eskie" Dog. We are solely responsible for the whole state of Iowa and three surrounding states. With this responsibility comes the need for help in various forms. We are located a four-acre site to help us receive more Eskies in need. It does need some upgrades, like a new fence and an adequate out-building. We currently house and train between 10-20 Eskies at one time, many with very special needs. We keep them until they are adopted and go to live in their forever home. The Eskies that are un-adoptable for various reasons will live with us for the rest of their life on our four-acre site and they are treated as kings and queens. We do not put them to sleep. We have no outside funding or grants at the time. We operate solely on the generosity of compassionate animal lovers.  Our current economy is adding to the number of pets being surrendered or discarded. The amount of food and medical needs that we generate will determine how many Eskies we can save this year. Our goal to never say "No" to a homeless Eskie again will be futile if we donít have the necessities to support these wonderful beings. Your help will bring us closer to the goals we have set and will save many Eskies in the year to come. 

In order to continue our service to rescue we need your help. Below are some examples.

 Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Our goal is to never say "NO" to a homeless Eskie again.


American Eskimo Rescue and Sanctuary of Iowa
2567 Kennedy St.
St. Charles, IA 50240

641-764-2925

 

 Dog Food

Special Medical Needs

New Fence

Building Wanted

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American Eskimo Rescue and Sanctuary of Iowa is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization

 

 

You can reach us at 641-764-2925 or E- mail us

 

Last year we averaged a population here at the Iowa Eskie Spa and Resort of 19 Eskies per day for the whole year. What does that mean in basic necessities?
12,410 Bowls of food
204 Frontline applications
204 Heartguard treatments
1825 gallons of filtered water
And that is only the basics~!

Your help is need now more than ever

You can help us help more precious lives in 2009
By making a tax deductible donation

 

Thank you in advance for your much needed help,
  The folks at American Eskimo Dog Rescue and Sanctuary of Iowa. 

American Eskimo Rescue and Sanctuary of Iowa is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization

 

Dog Food

Note: We are no longer accepting PETCO gift cards, or PETCO gift certificates. 

For new options please see below

 

We currently use approximately a 70 lbs. mix of premium grade Lamb and Rice and Light Formula dog food per week. If you would like to donate food, (Note: please do not use the online gift certificate options because most of your Dog Food donation will go to shipping cost)

The first option, "Sams Club" currently provides us our best food value. 
You can get a gift card through "Sams Club" by following this link SAMS CLUB


If you wish to send a Petsmart gift card you can get there by following this link PETSMART


  A 40lbs. bag of premium grade food is usually around $32.00, if you wish to send cash or check.
To: American Eskimo Rescue of Iowa.
2567 Kennedy St.
St. Charles, Iowa 50240
You can reach us at 641-764-2925 or Contact Us 

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Special Medical Needs

   We use KINDNESS PET CLINIC     1007 E.  2nd  Ave.  Indianola, Iowa 
515-961-2501
for our veterinary needs 

 

We have some Eskies with joint and hip problems we use Glyco-Flex 600 . 


 Flea soap
  Outdoor yard spray that contains Methoprene

Ship to address: American Eskimo Rescue of Iowa
2567 Kennedy St.
St. Charles, Iowa 50240
You can reach us at 641-764-2925 or E- mail us

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Introduction: American Eskimo Dog s.

 American Eskimo Dog, breed of domestic dog introduced to the United States from Germany in either the late 19th century or the early 20th century. Despite The American Eskimo Dogs resemblance to Inuit sled dogs, the American Eskimo dog, nicknamed the Eskie, is a type of spitz dog, Modern families of American Eskimo Dog s can be traced to the American Eskimo Dog of the late Stone Age (about 6000 years ago). American Eskimo dogs are intelligent, energetic dogs that typically have bright white coats.

The standard American Eskimo dog weighs 18 to 35 lb and has a shoulder height of 15 to 19 inch. American Eskimo Dogs belonging to a miniature variety of this breed weigh 10 to 20 lb and are 11 to 14 inch tall. American Eskimo Dogs of the toy-dog variety, which is even smaller than the miniature variety, has been developed, but the Toy American Eskimo Dog is not recognized as a distinct breed by the American Kennel Club.

American Eskimo dog s have wedge-shaped skulls with wide muzzles; oval, dark brown eyes; and triangular, erect ears that are rounded at the top. The American Eskimo dog has a thick double coats that are either pure white or cream colored. The American Eskimo dog s coats are thickest around the neck, where they form a mane like ruff, which is especially obvious on American Eskimo males. the tail is curved and is covered with long hair.

American Eskimo dog s have a good-natured temperament that makes them suitable for many living situations. Because of their high energy, however, American Eskimo Dogs become noisy or destructive if they are forced to be inactive. The American Eskimo Dog is a great companion dog because of their intelligence and eagerness to please. The American Eskimo Dog is rarely used to perform work.
 

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