Wimberley Adoption Group And Rescue Corporation
Rating: 5 stars 8 8 reviews
Po Box 2603 Wimberley TX 78676 USA
Wag rescue is a volunteer supported organization committed to the following community services:to rescue and assist in the permanent placement of stray, abandoned, unclaimed, and surrendered dogs in and around wimberley, texas. To promote and ensure the compassionate and humane treatment of dogs in our care by providing medical treatment including heartworm treatment, vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery, and professional behavioral evaluation, training and rehabilitation if required. To place these dogs in a safe-haven, and provide a pre-screened foster home where they are nurtured, receive training and learn socialization skills so that they have the best chance of becoming a good companion animal. To find the most suitable, vetted permanent home for each dog based on its temperament and personality and compatibility with the adoptive family. To provide a resource to the community for lost & found dogs in and around wimberley, texas by utilizing the internet, newspapers and local
Provided care and adoption services for abandoned, neglected and surrendered dogs in the wimberley area
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I'm a donor, a foster family and a dog adopter for WAG. I have been completely satisfied with WAG in all of these roles. As a donor, I am confident that my money is safeguarded and used wisely on feasible, well-executed projects. As a foster mom, I was continually impressed with the high level of professionalism of all the WAG personnel -- they met every single obligation and gently helped me meet my obligations to "our" dog. As a dog adopter, I've been so grateful that WAG has remained involved with and committed to our dog. At every turn you can see that these people really love dogs. They are creative, competent, well-managed, and meeting their goals.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
My fabulous dog -- who had bad heartworms, among other ailments, when she was rescued -- is a perfect example of the reason for rescuing dogs that would otherwise be put down. Moreover, I learned to train and care for my dog from WAG volunteers -- I learned to wash her by volunteering at the dog wash, and I learned to train her by taking her to training classes for foster dogs. My dog would not be here and we would not be together if not for WAG.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
...fund a facility where they can receive new dogs and house dogs undergoing treatment. I know they could help more dogs and more people with such a facility.