Mission: To rescue, rehabilitate, and provide veterinary care for dogs freed from the horrors of puppy mills in pennsylvania.
Programs: Animal care- vet care, emergency care medications, microchips, and foster care programs. Also, boarding, feeding and grooming. During 2014, 239 dogs were rescued and 104 dogs received microchips. There were approximately 600 veterinary visits. Also, 2 dogs died; 2 were/are in prison program (hope); 111 dogs were adopted; 8 dogs in hospice/forever care; 20 transferred to other rescues; and 104 dogs are in foster care.
We adopted our dog from this organization. I was extremely impressed with the care my dog was given prior to his adoption. He came to us fully vetted, neutered, with meds, food, toys, healthy treats, etc. We were thoroughly investigated to make sure we were a good fit for the dog. I have been incredibly impressed with this group of dedicated volunteers.