On January 23 & 24, you have an opportunity to help ABMDR raise money by volunteering to be a steward at a draft test. You may sign up for the morning shift from 8 a.m. to noon or the afternoon shift from noon to 4 p.m. Lunch will be provided and no experience is necessary. AMBDR will receive $10/hour for every volunteer so please come out and help. The location of the draft test is Royal Arabian Breeding Division, 1660 N. Lindsay, Mesa.

To volunteer or get information, contact Lesley Baran at lesleyb@cox.net or 480-283-1846. Click this link to watch a Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America draft test. 

Volunteer to be a steward at the Grand Canyon State Bernese Mountain Dog draft test!

Hale Pet Door has a program called the Pet Rescue Rewards Program. If you have a rescued pet, you'll get 10% off your new pet door and they will donate that amount to the shelter or rescue group of your choice including Arizona Bernese Mountain Dog Rescue. For information, go the their website at halepetdoor.com.


Support Arizona Bernese Mountain Dog Rescue by shopping at smile.amazon.com. Amazon Smile is the same Smile Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. By shopping on this site, a portion of your purchase can be donated to ABMDR. Just select Arizona Bernese Mountain Dog Rescue, Phoenix from the drop down menu and start shopping. Thanks for your support.

The ABMDR annually participates in a Christmas Gift Wrap Fundraiser held at the Changing Hands Bookstore, 6428 McClintock Drive, Suite C101, Tempe, Arizona. We are always looking for new ideas to help raise funding to support the foster care and rehoming of Bernese Mountain Dogs in Arizona. If you have any ideas or suggestions, please contact us at ABMDRescue@gmail.com. If you wish to help with fund raising projects, please contact Lesley Baran at lesleyb@cox.net or 480-283-1846.

ABMDR Gift Wrap Fundraiser

Make a Donation

our tax deductible donation helps unwanted, neglected and abandoned Bernese Mountain Dogs find their forever homes. Before a dog is adopted he is examined and treated by a veterinarian. Usually the dog needs to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and treated for various medical conditions such as dental disease. The adoption fee falls short in covering vet expenses. Your generosity enables ABMDR to rehome healthy Berners!