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Announcement Nov 8, 2014
CARE has moved and is in the process of getting settled.
Saturday adoption events are not yet scheduled, so please contact the foster home directly, if you are interested in a particular dog. To do that, click on the foster name associated with the dog's description.
** 70 dogs adopted in 2014 **
BRAND NEW!! We now have a CARE blog about our various dogs! Please check it out on BlogSpot and sign up for updates.
Our available dogs are listed in alphabetical order, with a physical & personality description, a picture, and contact information for the dog's foster home. The dogs shown change as dogs get adopted and new dogs are taken in.
Click here for our complete list of available dogs!
For a map and directions to our weekly adoption event, please go to our Location page.
We also bring a few dogs to a offsite venue from time to time, as listed on our Events page. Please contact the foster home to find out if "your" dog will be there this month. Please see Events for a little more information.
CARE participates in, and gets support from, numerous special events. Please see our Events page for more information on how to participate, contribute, or just have some dog-related fun!
C.A.R.E.’s 25th anniversary celebration and reunion was held on Sunday, August 26, 2012! To get an idea of what it was like, please go to our Events page.
Check out the new pet supplies resource under "Pet-Related Services". A percentage of your purchase is donated back to CARE!
CARE has accumulated a list of reference and resource information which we have found to be useful. From Dog Training to Pet-friendly Housing to Humane and Rescue Societies, there is a lot of information. Please take a look - you never know what you might find that you weren't looking for!
- About Us / FAQ
- Foster Parenting, Volunteer Opportunities, Student Volunteers
- Our mission:
CARE's mission is to find good, permanent homes for dogs and puppies that were abandoned, relinquished, or found and never reclaimed. CARE will provide temporary shelter, food, love, and medical care to these foster pets until they are placed. In order to promote the reduction of pet overpopulation and euthanasia, CARE spays or neuters all of its foster pets. Our purpose is to educate the public on pet ownership and responsibility.
Please take a look at this trailer about us, done by Caitrin Hughes:
For the full, 15-minute documentary, please click this video link.
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