My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Adopt-A-Rescue-Pet, Las Vegas, NV, USA
In 2005 I realized that my American Eskimo son (the great, late Handsome Bear Kelly) needed a sibling. I went online and found Adopt A Rescue Pet and made contact. I set up an appt to go see the Eskie dogs for adoption. One of them was an 8-10 yr old female with vision challenges named Gypsy. I knew instantly that she was his new sister! I was so impressed with Heidi Pieper and the love she gave to these dogs blessed enough to be fostered by her and her husband Jay! I also met ARP's founder Elizabeth Davis and helped to raise money for them because I know that this organization is run well. Often times, we donate to a charity never really knowing if the monies are being used properly. I proudly attest to knowing that ARP is a model charity for helping abused and abandonded dogs. If you only have $1 to give, please give it to ARP!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Adopting a wonderful American Eskimo dog; befriending the couple who fostered her, and helping them as a volunteer.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
NONE! They are consistently efficient, professional, and do right by the dogs.
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How did you find this group?
Straightforward, honest, kind, caring, giving everything they could.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
Awareness of how much we can all do to help dogs; even if it's not through a permanent adoption. I.E. Fostering, donating money and/or items that can be sold to raise funds, explaining to others how to not create situations that add to the dogs that are abandoned and/or abused by being responsible pet owners, etc...