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Our Rescue is currently at full capacity, and we are unable to accommodate all the dogs we have. Due to the lack of fosters and adopters, most of our dogs have to share their kennels with one or more other dogs. Additionally, there is a constant influx of pets coming into the local shelters, which makes things even more challenging.
As of January 2024, we have 19 pets at our rescue and 2 dogs in foster that we're trying to provide a good life for until they can find their forever homes.
We need your help to achieve this goal.
Director & Trainer
We mostly have dogs, but we also have a few cats waiting for their forever homes. If you're interested in meeting them, we hold adoption events at Petco every other Saturday from 1-4 pm. Thanks to our partnership with the Petco Love Foundation, we're able to showcase our pets in a safe environment and also receive donations from the foundation. We appreciate your support!
February 10th and 24th
At Petco on University Drive in Huntsville, Alabama
Shelters across the country are filled to capacity! Adoptions and/or Foster parents are desperately needed! But, other than their behavior issues (specifically, nuisance behaviors such as digging or jumping); most shelter dogs are perfectly good dogs and will make the right family whole! But, just like if you were to take a kid from the streets and take him to a royal ball, you couldn't expect that poor child to act appropriately or even know what is NOT appropriate. Shelter and Rescue dogs are the same. The pup has to be taught which behaviors are or are not appropriate.
It's important to remember that these dogs may have come from difficult backgrounds and may not have learned appropriate behaviors. Just like a child taken from the streets and brought to a royal ball, shelter dogs need guidance to understand what is and isn't acceptable behavior. With patience and love, shelter dogs can become wonderful companions for any family.
We want to be able to provide for the owners and pets that need help with training and/or behavior modification. This will help pets stay in their current homes and help the homeless, abandoned, and/or neglected pets receive their forever homes. Additionally, we collaborate with local shelters to ensure every pet gets the training they need.
We guarantee your satisfaction with your pet training and promise to provide the same level of care and attention that we want for our pets. You can trust that we will go above and beyond to ensure your pet receives the best love and training possible.
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