The Rescue Train is place where once forgotten animals become cherished family memebers. Our goal is to set up safe and successful adoptions. Many of the dogs have been through our "Trained For Life" dog training program and have had intensive obedience training which is included in the price of our adoption fee. We have this program so we can set our rescues up for success with their new familes. Many adoptors now seek us out because of this special program.
For more information visit our website www.TheRescueTrain.org and go to "Special Events".
Also please join us for Race For The Rescues at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Sunday October 4, 2009. To find out more visit www.racefortherescues.org
Who We Are
The Rescue Train is a 501c3, non profit group dedicated to keeping dogs and cats off the streets and out of the city shelters of Los Angeles, California. It is our mission to give an animal in our care the highest chance for a successful adoption by observation, obedience training and education. We are here as a support team to help individuals or families, bring a new pet into their home and know what to expect. It is our hope to bring great joy to both people and animals and a life time companionship.
Adopt a New Best Friend!
The first step of our adoption process is to have you fill out an application on our website www.TheRescueTrain.org. Our dogs and Cats are seen by appointment only. A $250 dollar donation is asked for dogs and $125 for cats. Many of our dogs are obedience trained go to our website and view our "Trained For Life" program. All animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. We do home checks and come with lots of information and education to help make the adoption successful. We are here 24/7 if you have a question or problem. You have a team here to support you and your new pet. We make the agreement with you that if for some reason the adoption doesn't work out that you bring the animal back to us.
The Rescue Train Studio City, CA 91604
FOUND A LOST OR STRAY OR NEED TO REHOME A PET? Please visit our website wwww.TheRescueTrain.org and click on the above topics.