Semper Fi Rescue
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 151
4002 Pecanwood Dr Oxford AL 36203 USA
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I learned about SFR over a year ago and have supported their efforts since that day. They are a small rescue organization, but do the work of a large rescue. Their commitment to transparency, updates on all the animals they have rescued, level of care exceeded my expectations. Updating is critical, direct links to veterinary clinics for donations, their site is professional and not cluttered with anything other than the work they do and the support of their donor base. SFR is one of the few I support and I support them because of their honesty, commitment to best care, the "family" environment they have created because they are committed to keeping supporters informed--they don't post and plead for donations, but they do post current rescues and the needs associated with them, and continue to share stories from rescues dating years back of dogs still in their forever homes. They are thorough and have an admirable code of ethics, which includes community involvement, educating and working with local residents, rescues and humane societies to help reduce overpopulation. I am forever grateful for SFR and repeatedly amazed that their organization is run by husband and wife team and their two sons. They uphold what a rescue should be and represent this 100% .
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
The only change I fully support and would be honored to help with, is making the sanctuary, which SFR hopes to have one day, a reality and I would work to create more ways to find that support. This is hard to do when there are only 2 people operating a rescue, but not impossible.
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