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Lucky Kids Club

Join the Lucky Dog Kid's Club!

Are you in elementary or middle school?  Are you interested in helping dogs in need? If so, Lucky Dog would love your help!

Lucky Kids Club is designed to involve kids in our mission of rescuing homeless and abandoned animals, primarily dogs from rural high-kill shelters where they don’t have a good chance of survival.  

We are always looking for innovative ways to educate, involve and share our wonderful experiences with kids – the next generation of Lucky Doggers!

Here are a few ideas of how you can help!

  • Fundraising Events: Host car washes, dog washes, bake sales, yard sales
  • Donation Drives: Collect towels, food, blankets and toys for our Lucky Dogs
  • Education Projects: We can help with classroom projects to help educate your friends on responsible pet ownership and how to get involved with rescue work
  • Toy Making/Service Parties, host a service party where you help Lucky Dogs by:
  • Write or Draw in our quarterly newsletter
  • Attend an Event: Volunteer with an adult at one of our weekend adoption events

If you would like to join our Kids Club please contact:


Lucky Dog Kid’s Club Mascot

Click here to see the creative and wonderful entries that we received for the Kid's Club Mascot.  Thank you all


Lucky Kids Club Updates

One of our former Lucky Dog pups, Archer, along with his human mom and Lucky Dog Adoptions Coordinator, visited some preschoolers at the Winwood school in Ashburn, Va.  They talked about how Lucky Dog helps homeless dogs find homes.
Lucky Dog  Rescue Volunteer, Catharine Matthews, spoke to the youth group at Dulin United Methodist Church in Falls Church, Virginia on October 20th about Lucky Dog Rescue.  She spoke about the importance of rescuing animals and showed pictures of the numerous dogs Lucky Dog Animal Rescue has sav
Lucky Dog foster and now Lucky Dog owner Bess and her good friend and fellow dog owner London led a rescue dog-themed Girl Scout meeting in Arlington.  They gave a presentation for troop members to share some facts about rescue organizations and fostering.  For their activity, they had the troop
Can Can visited Silver Spring Day School with Lucky Dog volunteer Elissa Kurtz.  They came to visit and to pick up all the items that were donated by the children in Ms. Alison's and Ms. Veronica's class.