For the LOVE of DOGS ... the Barn Dog Rescue
Our dogs are the dogs that tend to be left behind at crowded shelters dogs that for a variety of reason(s) require more time ... more observation, more understanding & more positive experiences.. or simply some medical attention.. ours are dogs who are too often passed over with little or no chance for survival...
We are an organization of experienced dog specialists, deeply passionate about learning everything having to do with dogs.
We've promised to be guides, mentors and friends to our dogs.. to respect them listen to them and learn all we can from each one!
Our hope is to spread the good word about how much easier, richer and more rewarding it is to truly know & respect dogs for who they are!!
Love Dogs is where adopters come who want to play an essential role in the happiness and well being of their dogs because like us, they are captivated by the truth and magnificence of dogs, they can't learn enough about dogs & take enormous pleasure in improving their own understanding of and communication with DOGS!
If you find yourself drawn to share a meaningful relationship with a great dog who requires your attention, time, understanding and love you might do well to have a look at our dogs!
All our dogs learn basic manners & many have advanced training.
Please go to our
ADOPTABLE DOGS PAGE
for more dogs and information
For the Love of Learning!
Take a look at some of our educational pages to broaden your knowledge of DOGS! Keep checking back because more pages are being added all of the time. Interested in learning about a specific topic? Shoot our trainer Jamie an email firstname.lastname@example.org
For the LOVE of HORSES
Part of the magic here has to do with the integrity of our mission. Our combined efforts to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals stem from a foundation of respect, kindness, clear intention and a humble desire to learn from every animal in our care.
Our rescue is located on the grounds of a serene and magnificent, private horse farm in Westchester County NY. Not only does the farm provide a sanctuary for homeless dogs it also provides sanctuary for special equines in need.
Dogs in Need of Medical Care
Yoshi and Alvin are both mature dogs (8+ years old) and are heart worm positive. UGH ..Their age and current heart condition make their treatment protocol a little more involved in terms of testing, monitoring and screening . They will both require chest x-rays, echo-cardiograms, multiple visits to our cardiologist and close monitoring for each.
financial support appreciated
please email email@example.com if you'd like to donate or foster!