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What We Do

Simply put, we rescue dogs and puppies from high kill shelters. Our mission began in 2009, and ever since then we have rescued, rehabilitated, and adopted out over 4,000 neglected and/or abandoned dogs. 

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HOW DO WE RESCUE DOGS? 

We decide if we are able to help a dog. Next, we assess the medical, nutritional, and psychological needs.

Next, remove the dog from impending danger to safety. (In fact, not that simple.)

92% of the dogs we rescue have between 30 minutes and 24 hours to live.

 

OUR FOSTER HOMES

WRAR has over 20 foster homes in the South and Northeast. 

All dogs we rescue, are housed in foster homes.

More information about becoming a foster parent, click below.

 

SUCCESS STORIES

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Chocmo came off the truck filled with at least a hundred other dogs. Learn more about his story.

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"I cant' imagine our lives without Boomer," learn more about Boomer's story.

Scarlet was found on a Craiglist ad and does not like the crate. Read more from her foster mom. 

 
 

STEPS TO RESCUE A PUPPY

1. LOCATE DOG IN NEED OF RESCUE

2. OVERSEE & PAY FOR TREATMENTS

3. FIND AND PLACE IN FOSTER HOME

4. TRANSPORT DOG TO NORTHEAST

 
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Other ways to help us rescue dogs

WRAR distinguishes itself by its ethics related to dog’s well-being and by its exhaustive efforts to rescue dogs from euthanasia, sickness and mistreatment.