Meet Charity. What a sweet dog she is. Such a submissive, friendly little girl. She was rescued from a NC high kill shelter where her time was limited. When we heard her story we just had to step up and have her transported to a warm, safe foster home in NJ. She is every bit as sweet as we were told. We get the feeling she wasn't treated very well previously. She is so loving, happy, (a little goofy) and grateful to be in a loving home. She was terrified in the shelter and her personality has really blossomed since being with us. We estimate her to be about 8 - 10 months old and approximately 40 lbs...on the smaller side. She has puppy exuberance and enjoys romping in the yard with the resident dogs but is also content to lay on her dog bed and chew on her marrow bone. She sleeps peacefully through the night and is not much of a barker. She pretty much just goes with the flow. She is currently in foster care with 2 alfa female dogs and 2 kids and is great with everyone. She has been surrounded by children ranging from 3 to 12 years old and is fine. She loves to be pet. She doesn't have a mean bone in her body. She is fully vetted, altered, healthy, housebroken and has a gorgeous, soft brindle coat . All she needs now is a home and family to call her own. Could it be with you? If interested in sweet Charity, please e-mail email@example.com and request an adoption application.
Looking for Foster homes in central and northern NJ.
We save highly adoptable dogs from overpopulated high-kill shelters in the south. Volunteers then foster the dogs in there home until they are placed in their forever homes. We welcome people who are interested in fostering and have a passion for dogs. The more fosters we have, the more dogs we can save. If interested, email Camille at FureverHomeRescue@att.net
Who We Are
Homeless Hearts Dog Rescue is a small group dedicated to saving wonderful dogs who otherwise would be euthanized due to lack of space in the shelter system. Our foster dogs are fully vetted and carefully evaluated prior to coming into rescue. Most of our dogs and puppies come from The Lenoir County SPCA in Kinston, NC. You can visit their site at http://lenoircountyspca.org/home . We have been working with this shelter for years and have established a wonderful relationship with them. The employees and volunteers there work exceptionally hard at saving the animals that come in on a daily basis. Once arriving here from NC, the foster dogs live in our home as a family member along side our children and personal dogs which allows us to get a true sense of their personality and needs so we can find the best possible family for them.
Adopting a friend
If you see a dog or pup on the site you are interested in, please e-mail us at Gone2TheDawgz@yahoo.com and ask for an adoption application. Upon completion and reviewing it, we will contact you shortly to discuss the dog and arrange a homevisit and meeting of the dog. The shelters I deal with have a constant flow of wonderful dogs coming in so if there is a particular type dog you are looking for you can e-mail us and we can let you know when one becomes available.