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Petopia Animal Rescue, Inc.Petopia Animal Rescue, Inc.
Our mission is to rescue pit bulls and all other animals from shelters and from unsafe living conditions. We want to help other rescue groups and shelters with fostering and freeing up space in their facility. Our foster program works for the animals... Read more
Our mission is to rescue pit bulls and all other animals from shelters and from unsafe living conditions. We want to help other rescue groups and shelters with fostering and freeing up space in their facility. Our foster program works for the animals to be trained in any way needed for them to be comfortable in their new surroundings with people and other animals. We understand that this takes time and patience.
Petopia Animal Rescue, Inc. will give their best care and efforts to help these animals in need. Our volunteers will be supervised and trained properly to care for these animals and run our program to maintain a comfortable and safe environment in any way for everyone and every animal in our care.
Our foster parents for the animals that are under our care will work along side with our dog trainers and experienced staff or volunteers. We will check the temporary living conditions initially 2 times per week. This will help our mission be successful for our animals.
Together we can save lives and help homeless animals live the way they deserve. Loving, caring, and shelter.
Petopia Animal Rescue Inc. is an up and coming all animal rescue group located in Leominster, MA. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, tax ID 35-2452533. Petopia Animal Rescue Inc. is guided by Melissa Lee Prescott, president and Frank Allen, the rescue’s CEO. Our trained volunteers play a big role in keeping our program running by maintaining a safe and comfortable environment for all our animals.