This article will give you information on breed rescues. What race do you ask? Any race If you absolutely must return a dog home, using a purebred rescue is the perfect way to do it.
I know you are telling yourself that you should never get rid of a dog because it is a compromise. That is true, however, there are times when relocation is the only option.
Very often, dog owners ask me for help finding a good home for their dog and I always suggest breed rescue. There is practically one organization for every race and they are located throughout the United States.
Why am I so convinced of breed rescues? Simple because they care about their specific breed and go to great lengths to save a dog. They will even travel hundreds of miles at times to pick up or bring a dog to their new home forever.
Most of these groups, or at least the ones I’ve seen in action, are tough when it comes to adopting a dog from them. In fact, I have had clients tell me that it was more difficult to adopt a dog than to adopt a child. Of course that’s not true, but you get the idea.
Having strict and comprehensive guidelines for adoption is what makes breed rescues so great. They want to find each and every dog their ultimate home and they want it to fit in well.
Of course, there is almost always an adoption fee. That fee is what keeps the organization running by paying for food and veterinary care. I can assure you that there are no bailouts out there that make a ton of money. In fact, most of them operate with the help of donations from caring people in the community, as well as their own volunteers.
So how do you find a breed rescue for your dog? That is really easy. Go to Google and type (breed) breed rescue in (your state). You should get a few to choose from and if you can’t find one in your state, they do the same for states near you.
If your dog is not purebred but looks almost like a specific breed, they may also be able to help you or at least offer some advice on where you can place the dog.
I hope this information is helpful if you ever need the services of a breed rescue.