BIDDING IS OPEN for the online auction through Saturday, October 2, at 8:00 PM!

The Party at the Pond silent auction is open and ready for you to place your bid! Here’s what you need to do:

REGISTER on our event site so you can bid.
Place you bid on any of the auction items.
Check your bid often: You fellow dog-lovers will be bidding too!
Make sure your bid is the highest when the auction closes Saturday, October 2, at 8:00 PM.

You can bid on the Live Auction Items at Party at the Pond. If you are unable to attend we are willing to make proxy bids for you: Contact admin@topdogfoundation.org by 2:00 PM Saturday, September 25; let us know the item(s) you want, your maximum bid for each (we will bid lower for as long as we can). We will also need credit card information that we will safely retain until your winning bid is registered. 

Thanks to Our Sponsors!

Top Dog Foundation

Top Dog Foundation rescues senior dogs of any breed, size, shape and color.  Each day we create a Second Act for ElderPups, welcoming each dog to a loving and caring home for the rest of his or her life. We begin that process by providing any medical care needed to restore each dog to the greatest health possible. We do not stint on veterinary expenses.

From its start in 2004, Top Dog Foundation focused on the health and well-being of these dogs and the people who love them. Our priority is to place ElderPups with senior citizens, bringing renewed vitality to each. We do accept adoption applications from all ages, however, from individuals and families who live in Minnesota or surrounding states.

Honoring Hoover

His presence always seemed larger than life. And if we have anything to say about it, his legacy will continue to change lives for a long time to come.

Oh the Places You'll Go!

It’s an age-old story. Girl meets boy. Girl falls in love with boy. Boy and girl go kayaking together …

The Healing Power of a Squeaky Ball

Foster dogs bring a lifetime of experiences to their new homes. Sometimes it is trauma we can clearly identify. Sometimes—as with Josie—it is a small broken heart that actually needs a new home to heal and find happiness again.

Oscar's New Lease on Life

It started off with sadness. Oscar’s person died, and most of the family remaining felt that at 15, he had only a little time left himself…Fast forward to this picture. After an autumn and first snowfalls of foster care, vet visits, encouragement to go outside to explore, and enough stamina to make it through losing the extra few pounds he carried, Oscar’s adventures are just beginning. Oh sure there are naps needed.

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