We’re Celebrating 5 Years of Saving Dogs!

Since 2009, we have saved over 750 animals. Big dogs, little dogs and everyone in between. We don’t shy away from the animals that need a little TLC and we don’t cut corners when it comes to medical care.  We help dogs like Barnaby, who we rescued in good health, but then collapsed at an adoption event and needed surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck. It cost close to $5,000, but knew he was worth the “investment.” We also helped a momma and her 4 one-day old puppies from the Newark shelter.  Despite caring staff and a good mom, puppies have a difficult time surviving in a shelter.  Today, each family member has found their forever home and we’re so happy we were able to help!

It takes a village to save the lives of homeless dogs. We are a small, dedicated group of volunteers that put our hearts and souls into everything we do to find wonderful, loving dogs their home of a lifetime. We couldn’t do it without the support of all of you! Thank YOU for helping us to save more and more dogs each year. Looking for ways you can lend a hand? Here’s just a few…

Pearl

ADOPT: We have new dogs looking for homes nearly every week. You can find your new family member here.

 

 

Dunkin 
  Foster: A foster family provides a dog with a temporary place to live until their permanent home is found.   Learn more.

 

 

Belle 
  Donate: Help save a life by donating to Coming Home Rescue. All donations are tax deductible.  Make a donation today.

 

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Filed under Adoptable Dog, Culture, Dog Rescue, Dogs, Life, Pets

3 responses to “We’re Celebrating 5 Years of Saving Dogs!

  1. THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!!! CONGRATULATIONS!

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