Dallas Rescue Options
This article contains a list of places always in need of help, in addition to various ideas that may fit your lifestyle!
I’m continually running into folks who ask me questions about why I help in dog rescue. Some know the reality of the situation, but most do not. I try to keep everything I do very upbeat and positive, but the reality is neither of those things. In general conversations with people I hint around about “shocking numbers” of highly adoptable pets being euthanized per year in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Some then ask me what those numbers are, and the reaction is (without fail) one of complete shock.
I help in dog rescue because I feel I must do something to help turn things around. It’s getting harder and harder to keep my mouth closed on the reality of what dogs face, but I know if I yell it too loudly from the mountaintop people will turn their backs rather than rallying behind to help. People need to know, because none of the kind people I know would be ok with this reality:
Ways You Can Help NOW!
Donating to your local no-kill shelter or rescue organization.
Can't donate? There are so many volunteer options:
Spending time with dogs and cats in shelters
Do you have any unique or creative skills? There is most likely a way to incorporate them into the rescue world.
Please check out the new Facebook page for my foster and rescue dogs!