Shaking hands with an animal - in agreement with the environment



Quality connections and making a true difference is what lies at the heart of our business. Above all, Luck of Tuck strives to be an advocate; another voice and platform for those groups who work so hard every day to bring luck to other families, and comfort to canines in need. It has been an absolute honor teaming up with the organizations listed below, helping provide the funds for food, bedding, toys + all the necessities to help our furry friends get their chance at a happy ending.


We donate $1 from each item purchased to one of our amazing canine welfare partners listed below. If you know of an organization that would benefit from our next donation drop, please, let us know!


Orphans of the Storm is an animal shelter in Riverwoods, IL that has been dedicated to saving animals since the 1930's! Their mission is to take responsibility for each and every orphaned, abandoned, abused or neglected dog and cat which reaches their doors; to take them in and shelter them; to provide the best medical and physical care possible for them; to nurture them back to health if need be; and finally to place them into warm, loving, adoptive homes where they can enjoy the lives they deserve.


Paws Chicago's mission is to build 'No Kill' communities, end the overpopulation of homeless animals + transform animal welfare. Their solutions-based approach has led the way to a 91% drop in euthanasia citywide since their founding. PAWS has performed more than 280,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, found loving homes for more than 70,000 pets, and consistently saves 98% of the pets who come through their doors.


The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all breed dog rescue that focuses rescuing dogs from high kill shelters in Southern California and Mexico. They get them the vet care they need, find foster homes, rehabilitate them and facilitate adoptions into loving homes. Their goal is to build, operate and maintain a no-kill animal sanctuary. This would be the model to expand into other cities, and help others who would like to create similar shelters.


Hearts For Paws is a California based organization that aims to build a passionate community connecting animal lovers to the animals most in-need. To date, HFP has saved over 1,400 animals from overcrowded kill-shelters and neglectful situations. Their pets live in volunteer Foster Homes where they receive individual, one-on-one attention. They rescue animals throughout California and beyond; adoptions are open to qualified homes in and out of state with priority going to local adopters.


Lifeline Puppy Rescue has saved 42,000 puppies in the west and midwestern United States from euthanasia, putting them into permanent homes since 1993. The rescue was founded as a no-kill shelter to save the lives of puppies that would otherwise have to be put down because of overpopulation problems in other shelters. Today the shelter has volunteers and animal welfare organizations help them pick up unwanted puppies across the Rocky Mountain region, Kansas, Texas and New Mexico. New puppies are brought in every Tuesday, placed in foster homes until someone can adopt them. Lifeline Puppy Rescue 100 percent no-kill and keeps every puppy until they get adopted.


Coco’s Heart Dog Rescue is a primarily volunteer-driven organization that welcomes dogs to rescue from unfortunate situations and houses them in volunteer foster homes while preparing them for adoption placement. Coco's Heart Dog Rescue has found loving homes for 4000+ animals since May 2010.


PawsCo is an all-breed, foster-based organization that strives to make a systemic difference in animal welfare and also serves as a resource to existing organizations. They provide a spay/neuter clinic for Colorado communities, a pet food drive which aims to keep pets with their families by providing food through local area food banks, and they work with underserved shelters with a focus on rescuing pets in need.


2 Blondes All Breed Rescue is non-profit dog rescue, dedicated to rescuing dogs from overpopulated, high-kill shelters. Many of the dogs they take in have special medical needs (broken bones, heartworm disease, skin issues, etc.) and are generally treated at the expense of the rescue prior to adoption. By working with committed volunteers, veterinarians, trainers, boarding facilities and shelters, they are striving to achieve a no-kill nation by placing dogs in their forever homes.


After years of feeling helpless and heartbroken by the dog meat trade, this husband and wife duo decided to take their love for animals to the next level by starting Bunny’s Buddies, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that transports slaughterhouse surviving dogs over to the USA in hopes to place them into loving new homes. Their goal is to stay as optimistic as they can with only one mission in mind- to save as many animals from this horrific outcome as possible. They work closely with some amazing organizations in Asia to not only rescue and repair these damaged souls but then, to actually get them into loving new homes.


Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin (GGRoW) takes in Golden Retrievers abandoned, mistreated/neglected and surrendered by a shelter or family. Every golden is provided with medical care if needed and placed in a foster home. Each dog is carefully evaluated in order to match it with a new family, even as each dog is placed in a new home, offering support to smooth the transition.


Woof Gang Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, no-kill, all volunteer dog rescue organization in Wisconsin. They primarily focus on dogs in public shelters where they are at high risk of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation, dogs given up by their owners because of difficult circumstances and those in danger of abuse or neglect.