501(c)3 NonProfit Organization


Our vision statement is to save as many Senior German Shepherds from kill shelters as possible. We will medically assess and treat as determined by our veterinary partner.​​​​ We will continue to provide excellent food, supplements, and veterinary care. Where possible, we will find appropriate homes and aftercare for each dog. If this is not possible, they will live at the Sanctuary.  We will never kill for space and will be with each GSD when the time comes. All dogs shall be cremated and returned to Healy Pack Sanctuary.


As a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization, your donation is tax-deductible. Keep your receipts!

We cannot continue our mission of saving Senior GSDs from kill shelters without your help. We have the means to network and coordinate transport but cannot bear the financial load without your support.

Monetary donations are always needed for medical expenses; but, of course, many other items are needed as well. We are always in need of quality dog food and supplements. 

Paper towels, Clorox, laundry detergent, Pine-sol, Lysol, mops, and other cleaning supplies.

We are also in need of used linens, sheets, towels, and old comforters. 

Direct Donation

Please email Linda Healy directly at [email protected] for a mailing address. All monies donated are tax-deductible.

Direct Donation to Veterinarian

Gulfport Veterinarian

5621 Gulfport Blvd S

Gulfport, FL 33707

(727) 384-4413

Please make sure you mention you are donating for Healy Pack 501(c)3 (and specific dog name if you wish). All monies donated are tax-deductible.

MAKE A DONATION – Monetary donations are always needed, of course, but
many other items are needed as well. Linda explained. “We always need dog
food, used linens, old bedspreads, sheets, towels, paper towels, Clorox, Laundry
detergent, Pinesol, Lysol, vacuum cleaners, mops, and other cleaning supplies.”

BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER – Plan for the care of your pet. Who will take
care of your dog if you can’t? Think beyond the immediate; don’t make an
impulsive decision. Get a pet that makes sense for your circumstances and
lifestyle. For example, if you’re older, getting a puppy may not be the best
choice. Has your pet spayed or neutered? Training, exercise, good nutrition, and
keeping an ID tag on your pet at all times are also very important. Above all?
Love your pet, and you’ll be loved in return.

SHARE THE LOVE – Enjoyed this post? Please share it! Follow your local rescue
organization on Facebook and other social media. Share their posts! You never
know where it will lead.