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Breeder Release Adoption Service

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Dog rescue and adoption services

Programs: The organization rescues dogs from commercial breeding facilities and provides vet care and adoption services for the rescued dogs

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

This group is the most efficient operation I have ever seen. You give them a dollar and they get twice the value of that dollar. In fact our group is incorporating some of their business philosophy's to help improve our organization. They don't hoard cash like most non-profits, they turn it right back into their business, always improving it. I have talked to a few adopters on a random basis and all have nothing but great things to say. Mostly they give you more information than the dog pound does. Also they are available for continuous support to adopters and pet owners in general when they need help or suggestions. I love donating to this group because I know my money will go a long way. If you are looking to donate please consider these guys your money will actually do something here. Great job guys!



Rating: 5

This is a wonderful rescue organization. They rescue dogs from puppy mills. They find foster homes and forever homes for these special puppies and dogs. I adopted one of their dogs, a little 6 year old poodle, who was very fearful, but now is a happy little guy. Please consider donating to this great rescue!



Rating: 5

This wonderful organization goes where others dare not go, the mills. The emotional cost of watching these poor dogs literally tortured whilst the lucky ones get rescued by Connie and Chris has to be phenomenal. For a person to denigrate this group solely on a refused adoption application is just outright WRONG. These dogs have been through hell and back and any potential adopter needs complete understanding of some of the possible issues which may arise: worst case scenario would be a dog abandoned because of behavior issues. These poor animals need special homes with special people whom are willing to go that extra mile; this organization endeavors to ensure this happens. Of course they are picky; of course they are questioning; of course they refuse some: it's about the dogs NOT HURTING PEOPLE'S FEELINGS. well done breeder release, you are my heroes. I will continue to donate and support this fantastic group BECAUSE they are picky.