Animal related

Dachshund Friends In Deed

Dachshunds are our passion...helping the ill & injured is our mission

aka DFID

Richmond, TX

Mission

Our mission is to help pay for veterinary expenses for dachshund/dachshund mixes when their owners are unable. In addition, we help pay for food at times when their owners may not be able to afford it. We are also one of the only groups that will help with IVDD. We will pay for conservative measures at this time, and that includes initial consultations, medications, laser therapy, and wheelchairs. Our goal is the help give your baby his/her best life possible. #DFID

Ruling Year

2019

President

Allyson Kellar

Vice President

Kelly Wiebelhaus

Main Address

503 FM 359 Rd, Ste 130 #193

Richmond, TX 77406 USA

Keywords

dachshund, veterinary care, DFID, doxie, IVDD

EIN

83-4234530

 Number

6270355576

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (D12)

Nonmonetary Support N.E.C. (D19)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Female
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