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  1. Newfoundland Rescue Information: The Newfoundland, or Newf, is a big dog with a bear-like appearance. Newfoundland dogs are remarkably sweet, gentle, and devoted. Newfs are absolutely wonderful with children. Newfoundlands need to be with their people. This intelligent breed is protective and intuitive.

  2. Ruby was born around February 6, 2021 and might top out in the 40 pound range. She is a very pretty girl that we were told is a mini Golden/Poodle mix…

  3. TO SURRENDER A DOG OR TO INFORM US OF A DOG IN NEED OF RESCUE, PLEASE CALL AND LEAVE A MESSAGE: 1-888-314-7779. For General Information: use the contact form. If you are interested in adopting a Cavalier, please complete the Preliminary Adoption Application. We will contact you when we might have a dog for you, based upon your application.

  4. Ohio. Another Chance Equine Rescue Inc. – North Ridgeville, OH; Boots to Grasses Theraputic Horsemanship Program – Berlin Heights, Ohio; Copper Horse Crusade – Cambridge, Ohio; Focus Rescue and Rehabilitation – Mogadore, Ohio; Geauga Humane Society’s Rescue Village – Novelty, Ohio; Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary Inc – Ravenna ...

  5. If you are still undecided about exactly what type of dog to choose, use our guide: “Choosing the Perfect Rescue Dog” to help you make the right decision for you. We have over 4,000 rescue organizations listed in our database with over 100,000 adoptable rescue dogs and puppies between them. Your perfect rescue dog is just a few clicks away…

  6. We offer dogs and puppies from our nonprofit rescue partners “Dogs to the Rescue.” All rescues are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, groomed, and vet checked. Any ailment (if any) that the rescue may have will be clearly posted on our website and on the vet documentation. Fees for each rescue will vary depending on multiple variables

  7. We are happy that you have decided to adopt an Alpaca. Alpaca adoption is a wonderful way to provide an Alpaca a second chance and caring environment. Most pets arrive at shelters because the owner had to move, could no longer afford the pet, had a death in the family, or simply gave up the responsibly of being a care taker for an Alpaca.

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