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BEFORE you adopt a dog from out of your area you need to do the following:

1) Make sure that RESCUE group will take THEIR DOG back if it doesn't work out. Same if it is from a BREEDER!

2) How do YOU get it back to them? If not then what will YOU do?

3) Does YOUR LOCAL shelter have room ? Probably NOT as they are all feeling the same pressure of too many dogs. You may have to go on a wait list.

4) Most rescues are already full and have LIMITED available foster homes. Especially during the holidays.

5) Do YOU have a way to keep it separate from your other dogs until they can adjust OR until the rescue can find another home? Adjusting takes time. Just like earning trust.

WE DO NOT IMPORT OR EXPORT DOGS. We adopt to the Northeast so we can be there for our dogs and adopters.



We took in 43 Dogs. ( This does not count dogs already with us from 2022.)

32 were Owner Surrenders

11 where from a shelter in the Northeast

15 females and 28 males.

Aging from 5 months to 11 years.

11 needed to be spayed or neutered

43 received vet care of some type. From basic care to surgery.

This does not include the dogs we evaluated and then owners changed their mind about surrendering. Home visits for adopters new to us.

Referral's to other rescues for mix breeds. Consultations for people with dog issues , training issues and looking for guidance. Contacting other rescue groups about taking THEIR dog back. Contacting and assisting Reputable Rescues and Breeders to get their dog back to them.

This may not seem like a lot of dogs compared to other rescues but we are 100% volunteer utilizing primarily foster homes for our dogs.

As always we can not do it without your support. We are not government funded. We rely on donations and fundraisers to do what we do.


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