To rescue dogs from situations that are abusive, endangering or neglectful.
To rescue dogs in danger of being euthanized at shelters/pounds.
To assist owners in finding new homes for their dogs as an alternate to placing their dog in a public shelter or animal control facility.
To transport dogs from their surrendered situations to the rescue “home base” or to their respective temporary foster home.
To provide necessary veterinary care including, but not limited to, alterations, vaccinations, dewormings, medications, flea/tick/heartworm preventatives and any other necessary testing to ensure health and wellness of the dogs.
To place rescued dogs into temporary foster homes until available for adoption and placed into adoptive homes.
To place rescued dogs into permanent, approved adoptive homes.
To educate and promote the importance of spaying/neutering companion animals.
To educate the public on how to recognize and help prevent animal cruelty.
To educate the public on dog-to-dog interactions, dog-to-other animal interactions and dog-to-human interactions to ensure a positive experience for all involved.
All of our dogs and puppies are adopted to "best fit" homes. All potential adopters must first fill out an adoption application to be screened and approved before setting up any meetings with the dogs.
Please copy and paste the following link into your URL bar to take you to the adoption application.