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May 27, 2010

Braveheart Rescue, Inc. is the most productive animal rescue organization I have seen. While no IRS report is on file yet, virtually every cent goes to saving lives. What doesn't go directly to them goes to paying their overhead costs. On a shoestring budget and with the help of dedicated volunteers, Brandi Tracy, the president, takes in and rehabilitates dogs that have been scheduled to die in other shelters. Her specialty is working with dangerous dogs that need intensive care. In the five acres of fenced-in beautiful wooded surroundings, these dogs heal and learn to trust humans and to be healthy dogs. This is not just a rescue but a shelter, healing center, and, for some, a permanent sanctuary.

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I have nearly 50 years of experience in rehabbing dogs with extreme behavior problems. I personally walked with several of her dogs and witnessed, first-hand, their wonderful accomplishments.

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

The wonderful healing atmosphere nurtured by the workers.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

incredibly friendly to me. Their love of animals is obvious. There is only one staff member - they need funding to hire more help to save more dogs. I sat in on a volunteer meeting and met some truly dedicated people.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Fully utilize the beautiful 5-acre site. They need a separate adoption center, a larger indoor shelter, a few more sheds (shelters) in each of the play areas and a new medical building.

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2010

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