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Our Mission Statement -
The primary mission of the rescue is to prevent cruelty to animals. The rescue shall accomplish its mission by finding quality, forever homes for displaced dogs/cats in which all adopted dogs/cats will be indoor family members, to promote post-adoption training to make good canine/feline citizens and provide neutered pets in order to control populations. The rescue shall be a foster based organization and will do home visits and adoption follow-up on all adopted dogs/cats.
We are a 501(c)3 non profit organization. We are a group of dedicated animal lovers giving our all to rescue as many lost and unwanted canines/felines as we can, by rescuing and caring for them until we can find a forever family and home for them. We are all volunteers and are not paid for our dedication to our canines. The group supplies fosters with all needed supplies (crates, food, dishes and medical when needed). We care for our canines/felines safety and well being therefore we Micro Chip, Alter, Vaccinate (Rabies, Bordetella, Distemper Combo, De-Worm), complete Blood Work, complete Physical Exam, Ex-rays when needed, test for Heartworm/Lyme/Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis Disease and Feline Leukemia. We give them heartworm preventatives, which cover 1 month of heartworm/roundworms/whipworms and 1 month of frontline. No canine will be put down unless it is because of medical issues or best for the canines/felines well being.
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