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I‘d like to introduce you to another rescue that received some of the food we donated to AARF recently.  Every dog has it’s day and Puget Sound Rescue is hoping that maybe today is the day you’ll adopt one of their cute pups.   Puget Sound Rescue doesn’t care what kind of dog it is, they just want to make sure that goods dog get a second chance.

Barbara Wadleigh founded Puget Sound Rescue because of a lifelong love of animals.  She majored in zoology in college and followed that up with vet school.  After spending some time helping out another rescue organization, she decided to take matters into her own hands and began rescuing animals.  Barbara has been rescuing animals since 1995, but made it official in 2009 and received 501c3 status from the IRS in 2010.

This silly girl is Rhea and she’s available through Puget Sound Rescue

Dogs are rescued from shelters where they are likely to be euthanized and then placed in foster homes so they can receive proper care, nutrition and some basic training.  This allows PSR to figure out what type of home would be best for each dog.  If you think you might have the time to help out, Puget Sound Rescue is always looking for good foster homes and volunteers.

Puget Sound Rescue also rescues goats in case you’re interested in adding a goat to your family!

WA448.25466894-1-pnPuget Sound Rescue also has a Facebook page where you can see tons of pictures of the wonderful dogs they currently have up for adoption.

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