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Review for Mutts Matter Rescue, Rockville, MD, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

Giving Mutts Matter Rescue a star is hard to do but thought it was least I could do. They lack communication not only to the public but among themselves as well. When you submit an application and do not hear anything for weeks, a common excuse is oh we are just volunteers or someone will get in touch with you shortly and never do.

It just seems the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing and it just gets worse.

Role:  General Member of the Public

Review for Mutts Matter Rescue, Rockville, MD, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

Not every rescue is perfect and our mission is to be the advocates for those animals who have been rescued from neglect, abandonment, abuse and from deplorable conditions. I know that each applicant wants to open their hearts and home for an animal that they are willing to give a second chance at life. It is a very difficult thing to try to find that loving and caring home for a dog and hope it will be a forever companion to someone. With all rescues, we do our best to screen the applicant, check with the vet and speak with personal references. Sometimes in spite all we have done to try to match the applicant with the dog, it does not work out. There are so many dogs who are waiting for a chance to be a part of a family and get an opportunity to be appreciated and love. Do not lamb baste Mutts Matter because your application for a dog was not selected. The shelters are full with dogs who have been neglected and surrendered. Why not think of a dog who you can save no matter where is rescued from.

No rescue is perfect and neither are the people who volunteer. If you were ever to see first hand the places Melanie Samet has been to rescue dogs, it would make your stomach turn. It is her total dedication and devotion to Mutts Matter Rescue that she is able to save so many dogs. She has worked tirelessly in every way shape and form, to help animals who are in need.

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Role:  Volunteer