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New Beginnings Shih Tzu Rescue Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: Rescue rehab foster care and adoption of small dogs

Programs: Rescued and placed 112 dogs. There are 25 to 40 dogs being cared for in foster homes at any given time. Expenses are almost exclusively for veterinary fees and care of dogs while in foster care.

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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Board Member

Rating: 5

In response to Vegagal, We know nothing about this and it is unfair to write a review without contacting us first. All of our dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and heartworm tested and are examined by a licensed vet and includes a Certificate of Health. We work will all of our adopters and give full disclosure of any medical conditions and will take back any dogs with major medical conditions within 7 days of the adoption with full refund.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

We are a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to rescueing, rehabilitating and rehomings Shih Tzu and Shih Tzu mixes. New Beginning Shih Tzu Rescue, Inc. is a group of concerned individuals, families and businesses dedicated to the interim care, rehabilitation, and placement in "forever"(permanent) homes of dogs of the Shih Tzu breed that have been that have been rescued from puppy mills, high-kill shelters and other abusive situations or certain death as a stray or abandoned dog.


Client Served

Rating: 1

Self-imposed demi-gods. Know-it-alls who think they are the ultimate authority. If you adopt from them, do yourself a favor and cease all communication with this group. They are highly critical of anyone not inside their organization, and if you have issues with the dog after adoption, they will sweep their dirt under the rug and treat you like dirt. They are unwilling to acknowledge any of their shortcomings or implement any course of action to improve the adoption process and eliminate problematic issues. Quick to blame the new dog owner for any issue that arises. Medical issues of dogs have been ignored and hidden from potential adopters. Because of my most unfortunate experience with this group, I am extremely hesitant of going through any rescue group to get a canine companion.