Our organization is run 100% by volunteers and foster networking. We don't have a shelter, therefore appointments will be needed to view our adoptable dogs.
Currently, all of our foster homes are full and we are unable to take in any new surrenders. If you have a dog in need of placement, feel free to send us an email with some information about your dog and we can forward it to the shelters and other rescues on our contact list.
If financial hardship is forcing you to rehome your dog, we might be able to help out with dog food and at this time, Lee County Domestic Animal Services (239-533-9234) offers VERY LOW COST spay and neuter for all Pit Bulls and Pit Bull Mixes for people on food stamps or SSDI.
All of the dogs on our adoption site are spayed or neutered, current on all vaccinations, tested for heartworm, dewormed, microchipped and free of fleas.
Most of our dogs come from neglect and abuse situations. All are temperment tested and we would never adopt out a dog with aggression issues. Because of their pasts, it's important that our rescues only go to the best homes where they will be pampered family members and given all of the love and attention that they deserve.
Adoption contacts are required to insure that your new dog will be kept current on Monthly heartworm and flea prevention as well as annual visits to your vet. We also require that your new best friend will be an indoor dog.
100% of our adoption fees goes directly to our veterinarians office.