OUR STORY

New Hope Rescue has realized a major shortcoming in the adoption of animals from the shelter: basic training. The American Humane Association found that up to 20 percent of dogs and cats that are adopted from animal shelters will be returned within the first six months following adoption (American Humane, 2015).  Due to this high rate, this organization aims to assist dogs with behavioral issues by providing obedience training and proper exercise necessary to become an adoptable dog.


New Hope Rescue has created a training and adoption program that helps to combat the local overflow of animals in shelters by assisting dogs and raising awareness of their abilities to both potential adopters and the general public.  We are a reputable animal rescue service bringing together a community that wants to build awareness and promote effective initiatives that protect animals and ensure their welfare. We have worked closely with South County Animal Rescue (SCAR) and Stofer's Labs in fostering and training dogs at our facility.


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“I am in favor of animal rights as well as human rights. That is the way of a whole human being.”

Abraham Lincoln