Giving Back | Rescue Dogs

A stray dog walked me home from school when I was in the fourth grade. 
My mother greeted us at the door, and I asked if I could keep her.
With only a short pause, she ushered us both in and then fed the dog, first. 

Growing up, animals were always welcome in our home. Many of them were homeless and/or broken in one way or another. Because of this, I've always felt a deep sense of responsibility to help animals in need, but this work takes patience, open hearts and funding.
Every day, more pets end up in kill shelters around the country. Lucky are those who are rescued by people who care. There are many animal rescue organizations doing this good work. Here are a couple of my local favorites:


Last Chance Animal Rescue

Located in Southhampton, New York,
Last Chance Animal Rescue runs ongoing Adoption Events at local Petco Stores.
  Click HERE, to see the schedule, the animals available for adoption,
        or to make a donation!

       Almost Home Animal Rescue 

 Located in Patchogue, New York, Almost Home Animal Rescue & Adoption, Inc. runs ongoing events you can check out HERE.
Wondering how the adoption process works? Read about it HERE.
All donations help. The shelters are always happy to take old blankets, bedding and anything else that might provide comfort to these animals during their stay.

Thank you for your support!