A dog-loving charity has received a $50,000 tip-offs that a dog is dying, and is now in the process of identifying a new donor.
On Saturday, Dog Friendly Canada said the charity was contacted by the charity Save the Dog, which said it was considering donating to the cause, as it has done for many years.
It said that on Wednesday, a tipster told the charity that the dog, who was found on the streets of Mississauga, Ontario, and died from the same cause, had been adopted by a friend who had also previously donated to the charity.
The dog had recently been named the “best friend of a dog lover” by a fellow dog lover, according to the tipster.
The tipster also said that the donor had provided the charity with a photograph of the dog.
The charity said it would take all appropriate steps to help the dog’s family, including the identification of a new home for the dog and a donation of any proceeds from the sale.
“We are working with Save the Dogs and the province to find a new, permanent home for this amazing dog,” it said in a statement.
The Canadian dog lovers’ group said it had been working with the dog owner and the family for months, and that it was still waiting for the cause of death.
“While we know this is a heartbreaking loss, we also know it’s an opportunity to save lives and provide for this great dog’s future,” the group said.
“We want to thank all the animal lovers and dog lovers across the country who have been supporting this cause.”
Dog Friendly Canada is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that works with animal rescue groups and other charitable causes.
The organization, which works with more than 3,000 rescues across the U.S. and Canada, was founded in 2003.
It is also known for its campaign to get people to take up walking as a form of exercise.
The group has raised $1.5 million for the group since it was founded, with a further $200,000 to be raised in 2016.
The fundraising campaign was announced earlier this month by the dog lovers group’s co-founder, Brian Smith, as a way to raise money for a “small, but significant” fundraising campaign to help a family with a terminally ill dog.
Smith told Reuters the dog owners’ group had been approached by Save the dogs to help in the fundraising campaign, which has raised more than $1 million.
Smith said he was confident the charity would find a permanent home soon, as long as the dog was still living.
“He’s a wonderful dog, he’s a dog with a heart,” Smith said.