My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Dfw Pup Patrol Rescue, Wylie, TX, USA
I fostered for DFW Pup Patrol on and off for several years, I have since had to take a step back from any type of fostering. My feelings about this group and most specifically Lisa Arion remain the same. The kindness and compassion that are exhibited by this group is endless. DFW Pup Patrol never splits up a mom and puppies, if Lisa agrees to help she will do whatever it takes. While I have never formally adopted a dog from DFW Pup Patrol many in my family have. My story is about a dog in a shelter I wanted to adopt, I was at work and unable to get there. Lisa drove from Wylie to Plano to adopt this dog for me. She made no adoption fee, but she still did it because with her and her rescue it’s about saving the dog first. Period. Everything else is secondary as it should be. I’ve included a picture of the best Valentines Day gift I’ve ever received.
Review for Happy Endings Dog Rescue, Hewitt, TX, USA
This organization dumped 300 dogs on a boarding facility in Lavon TX. I am affiliated with rescue groups and individuals that have been working nonstop in order to provide food and necessary care for these dogs. Happy Endings dumped their responsibility's. Now other rescue's have to spend time and money to take care if the dogs. I wonder how many other animals would have been saved if that money could have been spent elsewhere. I have to ponder the salaries of all involved in this organization. The dogs are now be cared for by 100% all volenteer rescues. Not one dime of the money raised pays anyone. Shame on you Happy Endings Dog "Rescue" you failed the animals entrusted to your care then hid under a rock and let the rest if us clean up your mess.