- We rescue, rehabilitate, and provide safe shelter for homeless, abused, and abandoned dogs.
- We focus our rescue efforts on dogs who have a more difficult time being adopted: older dogs, handicapped dogs, and dogs deemed “unpopular,” such as pit bulls. Our population includes puppy mill and foreclosure victims.
- We educate the public on responsible dog ownership through educational materials, discussions and training.
- We assist people with training, sterilization and other issues in order to help them keep their dog, instead of giving it up.
- We are a volunteer-only charity. Every dollar received by the Foundation goes directly to the care of the dogs.
- We are a no-kill animal rescue and sanctuary.
- As a result of our rescue efforts, we have decreased the number of dogs killed in local shelters, thus alleviating the financial burden on shelters and taxpayers.
- Since 1994 we have placed 1800 dogs into new homes – an average of 100 dogs placed each year.
- We purchased property in 2000 to create a sanctuary where we increased the number of dogs rescued by 70%.
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