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Every cent of every dollar donated goes directly into helping Satos! You can make a one time donation or become a monthly donor using your credit card or paypal. You may also send a check payable to All Sato Rescue to ALL SATOS RESCUE, PMB No. 595, P.O. Box 194000, San Juan, PR 00919-4000 (any packages please send to All Sato Rescue, PMB 595, 220 Domenech, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00918).

Wish List

To Donate a Kuranda Dog or Cat Bed...

Your gift of a Kuranda dog or cat bed will help a rescued cat or dog in one of our many foster homes feel safe and secure while waiting for its forever family.

Click here to donate a Kuranda bed.

To Donate Supplies....

All Sato Rescue volunteers and foster homes are always in need of supplies and equipment to provide our rescued Satos with the best care possible.

If you would like to donate something from our wish list of medical, veterinary, kennel, and food supplies, you would make some dogs very happy.

Donations can be sent to:
All Sato Rescue
PMB 595, 220 Domenech, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00918

Skin Treatments

  • Adam's flea and tick spray or generic equivalent
  • Capstar
  • Chlorhexiderm 4% shampoo
  • Derm caps/3Vcaps
  • Ectosoothe shampoo, any size
  • Frontline and Frontline spray
  • Lyme Dip
  • Lytar shampoo
  • Mitaban
  • Omegaderm Liquid
  • Malaseb shampoo
  • Nustock
  • Paramite dip
  • Prevenctic ®/tick Arrest collars
  • Revolution ® caps
  • Dog Food

  • Any kind, canned or dry; prefer PURINA or holistic brands
  • Cleaning Supplies

  • Bleach, any brand
  • Odoban®
  • Garbage Bags (50 gallon size)
  • Disposable latex gloves - Size Large
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Dish washing soap
  • Zip top bags (all sizes)
  • Cotton swabs (Q-tips®)
  • Bath towels (new and used)
  • Sheets, any size, new or used
  • Thick or sturdy cleaning rags (new or used)
  • Kennels, Bowls, Leashes

  • Airline kennels and crates, any size; prefer intermediate,softy sided, "sherpa: style carry ons, preferably zipped closures. write to twig@allsatorescue.org for more details
  • Plastic tie wraps (or cable ties, often found in electrical departments, all sizes)
  • Stainless steel bowls, any size
  • Stainless steel water buckets/pails in 6 & 9 qt sizes with handles (the kind with one flat side is preferred to hang against the chain link fence in the dog runs.)
  • Leashes and collars, any size or type
  • Muzzles any size
  • We will gladly accept GENERIC brands of any and all items listed below.

    Medications and Veterinary Supplies

  • Benadryl® (children's flavored liquid or regular tablets, allergy formula only)
  • Hartz® 2 in 1 flea shampoo & flea powder
  • Miconazole nitrate-4% - Monistat® 3-day treatment (for skin fungus)
  • Miconazole shampoo - (Technically for people, this can also treat canine skin fungus.)
  • Nutrical®, Nutristat® or equivalent 1cc and 3cc syringes
  • OmegaDerm® nutritional supplement liquid
  • Triple Antibiotic cream or ointment (Neosporin®)
  • 3V caps or derm caps
  • Albon (liquid or caps)
  • Antibiotics:
  • Amoxycillin (or powder form for puppies)
  • Baytril
  • Clavamox® (Augmentin)
  • Clindamycin, and Clinda tabs
  • Cephalexin
  • Doxycycline
  • Droncit/Drontal
  • Frontline® SPRAY Primor
  • IDEXX® labs snap tests for heartworm/erlichia/lyme
  • Metronidazole (also known as Flagyl, Metril Protostat; the one labeled "for fish" can also be used)
  • Opthalmic ointments (non-cortisone)
  • Ottomax/Malotic or generic equivalent
  • Paramite®
  • Preventic®/Tick Arrest collars (active ingredient Armitraz)
  • Deworming

  • Albon (liquid or caps)
  • Cextex
  • Droncit/Drontal
  • Ivermectin 1% clear liquid (available at feed stores)
  • Pannacur
  • Praziquantel generic brands
  • Pyrantel or Anthelban
  • Information for Tourists

    If you are a tourist and find a dog that you would like to rescue...

    If you live in the United States, it's very easy to take a Sato back home with you. We would be happy to walk you through the process, as we LOVE to see Satos find forever homes.

    Step 1: Get the dog to a vet
    The animal will need a complete checkup and vaccinations, as well as a health certificate dated within 10 days of your scheduled departure. If the dog has health issues that prevent its being able to return with you on your flight, we will try to work with you to find options.

    Step 2: Check with your airline
    Every airline has a different policy regarding traveling with a pet. You need to check ahead to be sure you are in compliance.

    Step 3: Buy an airline-safe kennel
    You can find these at any Walmart.

    Step 4: Get to the airlport early
    It's good to be there at least two hours before your flight is scheduled to depart.

    Step 5: Give your Sato lots of love!