I had a British Shorthair cat that was given to me after my good friends ex husband passed away. She was beautiful and so sweet. I had her for a year and dertermine that my sinus could not take the cat dander. So I reached out to Gina who was recommended to me by my friend
that had given me the cat. Gina was amazing, so helpful posted my cat on her website and she was adopted by a wonderful family that love her. They send me pictures of her continued progress with their family. So Dogs Unlimited is a great organization!!!
Thank you so much, Paula....
Dogs Unlimited Rescue is top notch. I have been involved as a volunteer, adopter and donor. They provide excellent care to the animals, many times providing extensive medical and surgical care. They also ensure that these dogs are placed in loving homes. I highly recommend them.
I cannot say enough great things about dogs unlimited. Without them I would not have my two adorable Maltese dogs. The dogs are the joys of my life. The dogs were surrendered under the condition that they be adopted together. Dogs unlimited kept that promise. They also were very thorough before going through with the adoption. My past veterinarian history was checked and they even paid a visit to my house to make sure it was a clean happy and safe environment. Their concern for the placement of these dogs made me trust them even more. I can’t say enough great things about Gina and everyone involved in dogs unlimited! Thank you so much for my beautiful puppies. They have brought so much happiness!
As a foster of a dog in the rescue I can say first hand that the animals are the top priority. No matter what animal comes into this rescue, all needs will be met. Dogs Unlimited spares no expense well it comes to the health and welfare of any animal. When it comes to dogs being placed in a permanent home, they always make sure that the new family will meet 100% of the pets needs. I will continue to work with this great organization for as long as we can.
Dogs Unlimited Rescue has a heart of gold for these neglected animals!! I had the opportunity to meet one of their rescues and the dog was not doing well at all. They did not hesitate to help her regardless of what the cost would be. They give animals another chance in life. I could not believe how well she is doing now. Dogs Unlimited Rescue volunteers are the guardian angels to these animals!! God Bless!! Thank you!!
Gina was amazing ! I called her frantic about a dog who's back legs seemed to be broken or displaced and she got back to me at what seemed like warped speed. He was living in a truck when I found him, barely able to move on his own. I reached out for some help and advice in which I was finally able to get the owners to surrender him over to me. Gina had an appointment with the vet set within 30 mins. She provided so much help and support. She was able to get us a bed and plenty of food for him. If it wasnt for her, buddy would have no future. It's a work in progress but hes safe, relaxing in his cozy bed ready to take on recovery!! Best rescue I've had the pleasure of working with. You guys ROCK!
This rescue is truly an amazing organization of very loving and patient people. All issues with every fur baby that is rescued by Dogs Unmimited Rescue are addressed and taken care of. Not only are the doggies fully cared for and are cared for in foster homes until adoption, but the adoption process is fantastic and very logical. They do everything they can to place a pup in the best fitting forever home. Another great thing, if for some reason it does not work out for the adopters, Dogs Unlimited Rescue will take the dog back and continue working with them until they are placed in a loving home. I definitely appreciate what they do, and I highly recommend anybody who is looking to adopt to adopt through Dogs Unlimited Rescue. Thank you and keep doing what you’re doing.
This is one of the most amazing rescues I know! Gina has a heart of gold she puts all her effort into saving every sick, injured and abandoned pet she can! Not only does she nurse these pets back to health she finds them the most amazing fosters and families! The support she has from Pat to follow her passion is indescribable. They are wonderful people with loving and open arms!❤️
Dogs Unlimited Rescue is unlike any other rescue that I know. They take the sickest of the sickest animals. The ones that are cast aside by other rescues. They rehab them in the comfort of amazing foster homes and adopt them only to screened and visited individuals. None of this would be possible without donations. I can’t think of a more deserving group of people.
DUR always goes above and beyond taking care of helpless animals and putting them into amazing foster care and forever homes! They do a very thorough job with the animals health, well being, and making sure they are put in the appropriate homes to fit both the family and animals needs. I would recommend anyone to adopt an animal from DUR!
Always very helpful and willing to take in as many rescue babies as they can! Have seen tons of happy animals go to great homes through DUR. Truly a beautiful organization
Dogs Unlimited Rescue is amazing!! I can't say enough great things about them. They have been nothing but kind to not only the animals but the volunteers as well. Will always be my favorite rescue!!
After my husband and I lost our beloved dog, my sister found the cutest lil' pup, LeBron, online from Dogs Unlimited Rescue and I knew we had to have him. Mary Lou, LeBron's foster mom, was wonderful to work with and though the process was thorough (which is great to make sure each pet is going to a good home) everything went smoothly. Dogs Unlimited Rescue was upfront with LeBron's history and Mary Lou made sure all available records were given to us. I am very thankful for Dogs Unlimited Rescue and would recommend them to anyone looking to rescue.
I have now worked with Dogs Unlimited Rescue on two occasions and can't say enough great things about this organization and their desire to help all animals.
I first adopted a Chihuahua mix that had been found as a stray on the streets of Cleveland in October 2015 , the poor little guy ( now known as Charlie , formerly Niko ) was in pretty poor shape , he was very much underweight and had apparently been attacked by an another animal of some type , which had caused head and neck trauma , as well as a raging infection throughout his tiny body , as these injuries were not recent.
Dogs Unlimited took this boy into their care , and after putting drains into his wounds , stitching him up and treating with antibiotics , he was on his way to a full recovery. I fostered him for a while and ended up taking him into my family, where he is very much loved !
My second occasion to work with this wonderful group of people was in January of 2017 , I had heard of a senior boxer that had been abandoned by her family at a facility , which had apparently been trying to find him a home , although their hearts may have been in the right place , their actions proved not to be , Rosie was put in an unheated outdoor building and was kept there for approximately a month and a half , they had not found her a home and were going to be euthanizing her the next day.
After I saw a picture of her on Facebook with a plea for someone to step in , I went up there , and what I found was heartbreaking , it was 6 degrees outside , she was in a small pen with no bed on a concrete floor, lying in her own urine. She did not even lift her head to look at us , just opened her eyes and then closed them again. I called Dogs Unlimited , hoping they could help me out with this poor girl , they immediately said yes , for which I was so grateful ! So I got her out of there , it took her 10 minutes to walk 20 yards to my car , her arthritic body was so sore from the concrete floor and bitter cold temperatures she had been in for 1 1/2 months. I took her home , warmed her up , fed her and made lots of comfortable beds around my house . After giving her a day to settle a little , we took her to the vet , she had some health issues , thyroid condition , tumors , deafness , partial blindness and unfortunately she has been diagnosed with Cancer.
After being in our care for a few weeks , the spark came back to her , she is now one very happy girl , who loves her new home and her new furry siblings . We are committed to making the time she has left comfortable and pain free, with lots of Love !
None of this would have been possible without Dogs Unlimited Rescue, they truly care about the welfare of the animals and always have their best interest in mind , they always go the extra mile for these rescues , as difficult as it may be at times .
I have volunteered with Dogs Unlimited Rescue for four years and I can't imagine volunteering anywhere else. I am constantly amazed by just how much the people at Dogs Unlimited Rescue care about every single dog that comes into rescue. It doesn't matter if they are old, young, fit, disabled, large or small; Dogs Unlimited Rescue spares no expense in ensuring that each dog gets whatever they need to give them a second chance for a happy life. I have grown attached to a lot of the dogs in the rescue, especially the ones who were in the rescue for a while while they waited to find their perfect home, but I remember one of the dogs who was there from my very first adoption event. His name was Leon and he was a little black and white papillon who was terrified of men which meant that I couldn't adopt him because of my dad and brother. I think that Leon was adopted and returned two times and every time Dogs Unlimited Rescue welcomed him back into the family which shows that they are willing to do everything they can for all their dogs, no matter how long it takes. And while I still miss his perky little ears and unique personality, I know that he is in a good home now since Dogs Unlimited Rescue carefully selects each adopter to ensure that our dogs will be treated with the love and respect that they deserve. I don't know that I can capture with words just how much Dogs Unlimited Rescue cares for their dogs. They tailor their care to each dogs individual needs and do whatever it takes to make sure that each dog has the best life they can have. I think that the best compliment I can give is that if I were a dog, there would be no one that I would trust more to help give me a second chance.
This is our first dog adoption. We couldn't thank Dogs Unlimited Rescue enough. They made the whole process easy. We were given time to get to know our dog and they were very patient with our concerns and questions. The volunteer staff were exceptionally kind and helpful. They even brought toys and some essentials to our home to help with the transition. They made sure that there was a perfect match between a dog and his/her new home. We would highly recommend Dogs Unlimited Rescue to anyone who is looking to adopt a dog.
Dogs Unlimited Rescue is a wonderful organization full of amazing volunteers and foster parents! Their goal is to provide a better life for all animals they rescue. This is truly an amazing organization, and I cannot begin to express what an asset they are to the community!
Dogs Unlimited Rescue is an exceptional rescue for many reasons. I am writing this review from the perspective of a foster volunteer but I also adopted my sweet, beautiful Ruby from DUR. Our Director, Gina, is an amazing, compassionate individual who always goes above and beyond for the rescue animals in our care. We know she will find a way to provide the care needed, no matter the cost, to restore our babies back to health. Many of these dogs (cats and a pig too!) require costly vet care into the thousands for their recovery and management of complications. As a volunteer, I always feel supported and respected and I’m proud to be associated with such a wonderful, caring group of volunteers. My current foster, Allie, was close to death when found due to blood loss and hypothermia after apparently being hit by a car and left by the side of the highway. Fortunately she had an angel who found her and made it possible for us to take her into rescue and provide her with the emergency care she desperately needed. After an amputation and management of complications she’s recovered and is now in search of her forever home. This is just one of many stories that illustrated the amazing work of this rescue and its volunteers! I’m attaching a photos of my dear Ruby and current foster Allie (wearing the pink sweater).
My husband and I have been volunteering / fostering with various dog rescues over the past 17 years and NOT all rescues are equal to Dogs Unlimited. All rescue work is very worthwhile and everyone has good intentions but rescue is not an easy business and requires a lot of dedication, we feel very fortunate to be a part of Dogs Unlimited because they are STARS in our eyes. I work in the medical field and so for me the healthcare aspect of each and every dog is a “very important” aspect of rescue. I could not in good conscience continue to volunteer for DUR if they did not also share that vision. It is not just a matter of rehoming each dog but caring for them both physically and emotionally in preparation for their forever homes. Yes sometimes the cost of doing so can be tremendous and sometimes a great deal of time is required but that is where this rescue shines, everyone pulls together to make it happen. We never feel rushed to move the dog out before they are really ready, each dog is different and they are given however much time they need to heal and feel safe. I feel honored to be a part of a rescue that I respect as much as I do Dogs Unlimited and its founder Gina Lutes.
We adopted our special needs foster Kaden who clearly came from puppy mill situation and was thought to be a piece of trash on the street until someone attempted to pick him up. He came to us with a terrible fear of human touch, he didn’t know what grass was and his first experience with sunlight amazed him, he would raise his little face the light and squint. Due to his previous living conditions he continued to develop health issues, he went blind from his diabetes, required daily insulin injections and had much hearing loss from untreated ear infections. BUT Kaden became a happy active dog and lived out his last few years thoroughly enjoying human cuddle time and exploring the outdoors in a comfortable controlled setting, he became a spunky little boy once he knew what it was like to be truly loved and to feel safe. RIP sweet Kaden. Thank you Dogs Unlimited!
I received a call from Dogs Unlimited Rescue a few years ago asking if I could foster a pair of Pekingese dogs that were being rescued along with a slew of others dogs. I was happy to help!! I ended up adopting them because I fell in love!! The people at Dogs Unlimited Rescue do everything possible to help unwanted and abused animals find "furever" homes. The 100% commitment the director, staff and all the people involved with fostering and finding these animals homes show what true animal lovers they are. I am truly grateful I received that call and for all their efforts!!