"Providing critical care and support to pets, service animals and their people who love them, and by doing so, helping to preserve the human-animal bond."
Our primary goal is simple; keep animals in their homes whenever possible. We will accomplish this through the responsible allocation of funds to qualified applicants to assist with life-saving or life-altering care; referrals to other animal resources; and by educating the public to responsible pet care and safety.
By partnering with a network of veterinary clinics, trainers, therapists, and specialty providers who participate in our mission by providing discounted services, Harley's Hope Foundation is able to help animals remain in their homes.
Harley's Hope Foundation was created in the summer of 2010 following the loss of David and Cynthia Bullock's dog, Harley, to cancer. The Bullocks, who took Harley through several months of chemotherapy in an effort to save her life, realized that many people don't have the financial means to do everything they can for their companion animals. They decided to honor Harley's memory by creating an organization to help pets and their people deal with unexpected hardships - Harley's Hope Foundation.