September 26, 2012: Open Hearts Rescue formally incorporated and filed for charity status. We now have 64 dogs in our care, and many have adoptive interest. We hope to gain more volunteer support, as that will determine the number of animals we can save.
We have dogs of all ages and breeds already in fosters, but will also work with adopters to pull animals from the kill shelters. Our primary focus is to save as many animals as possible to be placed in loving forever homes.
All volunteer group that rescue homeless animals. We provide the necessary medical care, spay and neuter to prepare pets for their adoptive homes. We also participate in community events, educating the public on the importance of sterlizing their pets to help end pet over population. Additionally we stress the importance of maintaining vaccinations and well-pet care.