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For The Love Of Dogs

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: To prevent cruelty to dogs by rescuing and providing care and treatment to strays and other unwanted dogs, to assist in having dogs spayed or neutered, and to place unwanted dogs in suitable homes

Programs: The medical clinic provided services to approximately 2,000 dogs during 2014. Most have been sheltered in our facility, with 500 being placed in foster homes. During this time, approximately 80% were adopted. While in our care the dogs received personal care, socialization and veterinary care including annual vacinations, spaying and neutering, and ongoing treatment for injuries and illness.

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For the "love of Dogs" ... right. This place will get your dog and ship it up north WITHOUT even trying to find the owner. My dog got out of the fence for about 15 minutes... I am not kidding. I left home to go less than 5 miles down the road to pick my child up from school and came right back home. When I got home I noticed my dog was gone. I started calling for him and when I didn't see him we went riding around the neighborhood. I found him tied up at the neighbors house about 4 doors down the road. I went to the door to thank them and to get my dog. She told me I couldn't have him; someone from the "Love of Dogs", where she volunteered at, was on they way to pick him up; they had a truck going up to PA and he was getting on it; he would find a good home up there. I asked do you scan the dogs to see if they have a micro chip? She said NO. I asked what do you do to try and find the owners. She said up north they get good homes. I had to call the police before I could get my dog back. That is wrong wrong wrong. I wish someone would shut them down. No telling how many pets could not be found because "for the love of dogs" grabbing them to send them up north.