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Mission Statement

A Caring Place - All Breed Dog Rescue’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome abandoned and unwanted dogs and puppies who are at greatest risk of euthanasia.

Our primary focus is reducing the number of deaths of adoptable dogs and puppies by rescuing them from county pounds, animal control facilities, and other shelters, rehabilitating them and placing the dogs up for adoption.

Secondly, we advocate on behalf of animals who are neglected, unwanted, abandoned, or abused including puppy-mill dogs, Pit Bull Terriers, and dogs living outside on a chain.

Thirdly, reducing cat and dog over-population by promoting neutering programs.


A Caring Place - All Breed Dog Rescue is exclusively foster based, so we do not have a facility nor kennel to house our dogs. Instead, every rescued animal lives in a temporary foster home until adopted. We are a no-kill rescue who does not set time limits for adoption, nor do we euthanize adoptable dogs due to old age or costly health care.

A Caring Place is run by volunteers; there are no paid staff or board members. In addition, we do not receive any county, state, or federal funds to operate. Instead, A Caring Place subsists entirely on donations, modest adoption fees, and continual fund raising efforts. Because A Caring Place is a recognized 501(c)(3) charity, every donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Since we opened in Summer of 2002, A Caring Place has successfully rehomed over 1,000 dogs and/or puppies into loving, permanent homes.



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