Most dogs in most community shelters have little chance of getting out alive. A dog is KILLED every 47 seconds in US shelters. This does not include rescue-initiated killing. Due to shelter-capacity issues or incorrect assessments, most dogs on a shelter kill-list or rescue unadoptable list do not belong there. We know this because we have saved more than 500 dogs over the last 30 years from being KILLED AND placed them in loving homes.
Shelters and rescues do not have the resources to change behavior, build confidence and earn the trust required to help a dog become adoptable. We have a team with over 30 years’ experience helping dogs build confidence and learn trust through behavior modification programs. We do not just resolve their behavior we ensure the rehabilitated dog finds a loving family too. We ARE TRULY their LAST CHANCE for life.
EVERY DOLLAR we receive supports feeding, vaccinations, bedding, housing, physical and behavior rehabilitation, monthly parasite control, veterinarian exams, post-surgery care, wound care, licensing, facility maintenance, sanctuary support and adoption marketing. EVERY DONATION WE RECEIVE SAVES A DOG FROM DEATH! If a dog cannot be safely released to the public we offer sanctuary.
$10 pays for a new leash or collar for a dog
$15 pays for a microchip
$25 pays for a rabies, distemper, or bordetella vaccine
$35 feeds a dog for a month
$50 pays for a veterinary exam
$120 provides a dog house, bedding and pool
$500 provides one week of behavior change and training for FOUR dogs
$1900 feeds and provides full care for a sanctuary dog for one year
$4,500 covers the cost for our future misting system
$8,775 covers the cost for facility cleaning and maintenance for one year
$50,000 provides a down payment on our future higher capacity facility
More about us.
Our mission is to reduce the unnecessary killing and suffering of healthy adoptable dogs at Animal Rescue and Shelter Organizations. We decrease shelter and rescue dog euthanasia by only accepting euthanasia-listed (e-list) shelter or ‘unadoptable’ rescue dogs.
Our purpose is to save lives and build families with those 'death-row' lives. We reduce the number of behaviorally challenged dogs at shelters and rescues so they can focus on saving lives of dogs that are easily adoptable. Taking a dog from a shelter opens up a slot for a new intake or for another dog not to be placed on the list due to freed up resources.Rescues benefit from the increase in foster capacity and resources can be used to place dogs instead of boarding one