February 18, 2012
Homeward Bound is committed to match you with the right dog for your family. Their "ranch" is unbelievable, with 8 acres of play areas for you to meet and play with available dogs. The dogs have been screened for any illnesses, and in many cases, have expensive corrective surgeries. I adopted Cody as a 7 yr old, who had been surrendered to a Marin Shelter but rescued from there by a Homeward Bound volunteer. Cody was unable to walk and had heartworm. After heartworm treatment, then double ACL surgery on his back legs...I met him and brought him home. I saw the care bill of over $6000. I often wonder if his original owner just couldn't afford the needed surgery... thank heaven for Homeward Bound. Cody is now a healthy, happy 11 year old with the energy of a three year old. Check out their webpage. They are 100% volunteer run, placed over 700 dogs last year and spent over $350,000 on medical care for the animals brought to them.
How would you describe the help you got from this organization?
How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?
How do you feel you were treated by this organization?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Client Served