20 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Get a Behind the Scenes Look at Dog Rescue

It takes dedicated volunteers and rescue workers to help thousands of dogs in need each year. Photo courtesy Nicole Kelly, Flickr Follow Me on Pinterest

It takes dedicated volunteers and rescue workers to help thousands of dogs in need each year. Photo courtesy Nicole Kelly, Flickr

“We have new homes because humans care. Woof, woof!”

When it comes to saving the lives the animals and placing them in forever homes we don’t fully realize the hard work and dedication that goes into such a heroic endeavor. Get a behind the scenes look at dog rescue and find out what it takes to make it all possible. You will be amazed at the selfless sacrifices these volunteers and agencies make to help dogs in need.

 

 

Get a Behind the Scenes Look at Dog Rescue

The unsung heroes that rehabilitate dogs rescued from egregious abuse—think puppy mill seizures and hoarding cases—play a vital, if oftentimes unrecognized, role in saving animals desperately in need of a second chance and hereto unknown human kindness.

 

Alot happens in between a rescue operation and adoption, but sheltering doesn’t always get the recognition it deserves. It’s a long road to recovery for abused and neglected animals, with volunteers working hard behind-the-scenes to give deserving dogs and cats (and roosters?) a second chance at a happy life.

 

Blink and you missed it—an asphalt lot, two non-descript warehouses, and a whole lot of emptiness. Trucks and local commuter traffic whiz by along a rural road, the drivers clueless to the fact they’re within barking distance of an emergency animal shelter. What they don’t know is that it’s kept secret for a reason. Read more about Dog Rescue in Before Your Dog Was Rescued here.

It’s wonderful to get a behind the scenes look at dog rescue and learn all about the process and dedication these people make. When you support these organizations you are also actively taking part in helping animals find new loving homes. All of us may not be able to physically be there, but we can all do our part whether it’s raising awareness online, donations, or through dog adoption.

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