They have a strict no surrender policy unless it is an emergency situation. This helps them focus their efforts on lowering euthanasia rates in shelters.
They are not breed specific.
They are a no-kill organization. They will only consider euthanasia due to poor health or temperament concerns.
They strive to provide the highest level of medical care for each animal’s specific needs.
They choose to operate out of foster homes, rather than having animals live in small kennels.
They train dogs to get them ready for adoption, by working on basic obedience and working through behavioral issues with a dog training professional.
They work towards getting rescues ready for adoption rather than getting them in and out as fast as possible.
They treat volunteers like family. They can rely on each other for help and advice through the struggles in animal rescue.
They get to know their adopters. They run extensive background checks, check into their level of care of current and/or previous pets, conduct home visits with a checklist, and make sure that animal is the right fit for their lifestyle.
They help adopters with any medical issues that arise within seven days of adoption if notified before procedures have been performed.
The welfare of animals is their top priority, they are committed to keeping their events vegetarian. Because they believe all animals deserve respect and a life free from suffering.