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Become a Foster!

Become a Foster!

April 12, 2019

Foster parents are a vital part of our organization. Fosters give rescues the experience of a life in a loving home where they learn to establish a positive bond with a home and a family. Additionally, fosters allow for more rescuing as there is more space in the shelter, and we can dedicate our time […]

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Pooches in the sun, pooches in the snow… We love them all!

Pooches in the sun, pooches in the snow… We love them all!

March 15, 2019

As many of you know, we transport most of our rescues to no-kill shelters or humane organizations in the United States. One of our core shelter partners is Hearts and Tails Animal Alliance (HTAA), located in the state of New Hampshire. Each sato transported to HTAA has found a happy home either in New Hampshire […]

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More Friends, More Fun!

More Friends, More Fun!

March 4, 2019

We’ve made some new friends over the past year, and want to share our stories (and pictures) with you. It is a great experience for the dogs when groups of volunteers come for the day, bringing fun, pets and goodies. Students from Commonwealth-Parkville School have always come to our Saturday Clean-ups and given of their […]

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Latest on the Shelter Rebuild

Latest on the Shelter Rebuild

January 24, 2019

We are so happy to inform that Phase 2 of the Shelter Rebuild is well underway! For those that did not read our post on Phase 1 of the rebuild, we began renovations soon after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. The natural disaster caused the rebuild to move up on our priority list. Phase 1 […]

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Dog Walking with Patita Amiga

Dog Walking with Patita Amiga

November 29, 2018

During the past few weeks, we’ve initiated a new volunteer opportunity that both peeps and doggies enjoy: Dog-walking on the Boardwalk and beach. On certain Sundays of the month, we are teaming up with Patita Amiga, a student-run organization based in the Rio Piedras campus of the University of Puerto Rico. We were approached by […]

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