"Every day in communities across the US a bond is broken. Its the bond between people and their pets, resulting in millions of pets being surrendered to shelters each year. And little has been known about the reasons why until now..."
"Why on earth would anyone want to adopt a rescue dog? After all, aren't they like used cars? Who wants someone else's problmes? If the dog is so wonderful, why would anyone give him away? If he was a stray, why didn't someone try to find him? I'd rather buy a puppy so I know what I'm getting, and besides they're so cute!..."
|Eskies Online limits its rescue activities to the northeastern area (from southern Maine through northern Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania, but concentrating mainly in New England, New York City and New Jersey. Below are American Eskimo Rescue groups operating outside our area. Please contact them directly if you live within their areas of concentration.|
ESKIMO RESCUE AND SANCTUARY OF IOWA
You can customize your search for a breed rescue group or animal shelter below. We have over 6,000 in our database so it helps to be as specific as possible.
OWNERS OF BLIND DOGS SITE
For additional listings of shelters and rescue groups in the Northeast, check the websites above for All-Breed rescue organizations. Many include state by state listings.
Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals
The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, Inc., is working with the City of New York toward the day when no New York City dog or cat of reasonable health and temperament is killed merely because he or she does not have a home.
Stray From the Heart
Stray from the Heart is a non-profit dog rescue organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and place homeless dogs with loving new families.
PAW SAFE Animal Rescue of Massachusetts
A No-Kill, Non-Profit rescue dedicated to ending the needless suffering of innocent animals and striving to Make A Difference.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS (NHSPCA)
New Hampshire Animal Welfare Organizations Lisitings
SECOND HAND DOG: HOW TO TURN YOURS INTO A FIRST-RATE PET, 1988, Carol Lea Benjamin
SAVED! A GUIDE TO SUCCESS WITH YOUR SHELTER DOG, 197, Papiert
CHOOSING AND CARING FOR SHELTER DOGS: A COPLETE GUIDE TO HELP YOU RESCUE AND REHOME A DOG, 1995, Bob Chirstianson
SECOND START: CREATIVE REHOMING FOR DOGS, 1997, O'Neill
SAVE THAT DOG!, Liz Palika
DOG ADOPTION GUIDE, Joan Hustace Walker
THE ADOPTION OPTION: CHOOSING AND RAISING THE SHELTER DOG, Eliza Rubenstein