MUTT MATCHERS & FRIENDS
Rating: 5 stars 11 reviews
Location: PO Box 766 1001 Buchanan St Kingman AZ 86402 USA
Results: We have adopted out 214 dogs. We have rescued 224 dogs.
Target demographics: We have adopted out dogs not just in Arizona, but California, Utah, Georgia, and Nevada. We target families with children, seniors, single people – anyone who meets our requirements.
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This is a wonderful organization. They truly care about the dogs that they rescue and rehome. The facility is unique in that the dogs have a outer large individual kennels and common shaded play area. They also have indoor kennels that are heated in the winterand cooled in the summer. Their indoor kennels are cleaned and sanitized daily. The staff mannerizes and socializes all of the dogs with walks, basic training, office (family) time. All dogs are current on shots, they are spayed or neutered and they are microchiped. When someone wants to adopt they must fill out an application, be interviewed by a panel, agree to a yard security check. If they have ither dogs they must bring the dog in for an introduction. The small staff and volunteers do all that they can to maintain physical and mental well being of the dogs in their care
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Many adoptions and rescues.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Maintain the present activities of this organization
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Seeing rescued dogs gi to their "fur-ever homes". Having adopters bring their dogs back for visits and seeing how happy and content the dogs are.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
All of our volunteers are very considerate and kind to our dogs as well as our human visitors.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Buy a larger piece of land and expand to rescue more dogs and possibly add a cattery. Have a vet on staff to do shots, spay/neuters, and general health care. Hire more staff for more in depth socialization and basic training for our dogs.
Ways to make it better...
More dogs could have been rescued and adopted.
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
They have a small facility that cannot be expanded because of land constraints. Keeping donations coming in to fund the center.
One thing I'd also say is that...
The founder of the organization is an experienced trainer & handler. All of the staff and volunteers have been trained in basic handling and dog psychology.
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