As temporary guardians of the animals that arrive at our rescue, we must ensure that their next home will be their forever home. An animal is caused huge anxiety by being rejected and returned. Not every animal is right for every person. It’s important to consider the lifestyle of the new guardian e.g. an active person may want an active dog. They may grow frustrated with a dog that just wants to cuddle and sleep all the time.
Potential adopters must be prepared to:
Our organization is run almost entirely by volunteers. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated. Please do not take offence to any questions asked. You will be asked questions about the ages of household members, roommates, if you consider your area to be safe and if children will be supervised around the animal. We must ensure that these mistreated dogs and cats will be going to loving homes, with guardians who will treat them with the compassion they deserve.
Adoptions are by appointment
Monday - Saturday 12pm to 6pm.
Then call us about the dog or cat
you are interested in and we will make
an appointment for a meet and greet
at a time that is convenient for you.
Advocate for a Famous Fido Rescue dog.
Each dog needs a daily plan for their well being.
If you see a special dog and feel you want to do that little extra to help that special one find a new home.
You can advocate for them by telling friends, family, posting image and stories on your face book and spread the word.
Items can be droped off 10am - 7pm Mon - Sat.
You can really make a diffrence in a
dog or cats life. Lets work together so
no dog or cat ever sees a shelter.
Executive Director and Founder
Gloria P. Lissner
Adoption - Development Director
Martha J. Hack