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    Make shelter adoption your first choice.

    He is the energizer that helps you get up in the morning; the warmth that you return to at the end of a long work-day. She is the enabler and enhancer of childhood relationships. He returns vibrancy to your empty nest. She is the filler for that “hole left in your heart” after your last dog passed away.  He is a hiking companion and personal trainer. She is a conversation starter. He is the extra blanket on that long, cold night—YOUR shelter dog. Rescue Me Dog encourages future dog owners to explore the wide variety of healthy, purebred and pure, cross-bred shelter dogs available nationwide for a modest adoption fee. Once adopted, Rescue Me Dog is committed to keeping adopted shelter dogs in their new homes. We provide support to those who adopt a shelter dog through our comprehensive and up-to-date website:

    • Know what to expect when visiting a shelter
    • How to select your ideal dog and introduce him to his new life
    • Browse through all our training tips such as loose leash walking, house training, and keeping your dog from that welcoming jump on guests
    • Email our professional dog trainer for your questions not answered in our extensive training support library.
    • Complimentary training consultations for shelter adopted dogs

    Make shelter adoption your next choice.

    Through television interviews, commercials, speaking engagements and public and private events, Rescue Me Dog promotes the positive outcomes of visitation to shelters. We help showcase shelters and their population of adoptable dogs, allowing shelter staff to remain focused on the care and support their canine residents deserve. Looking for a Golden Retriever… German Shepherd… Bulldog… Toy Poodle… Chihuahua… or a pure, cross-breed? Visit your local shelter first.

    Adopt a shelter dog. It’s the right thing to do.


    Rescue Me Dog is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
    Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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