Animal related


Rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming dogs in need


Scottsdale, AZ


We help dogs that have lost their homes and sometimes their health. Many of our dogs are taken from the euthanasia lists at public and private shelter organizations. We make every effort to ensure better days ahead for each dog! Please visit our site where you can learn about our policies and our adoptable dogs. You'll also find links to our social media accounts, with information about special projects and events, and view sneak peeks of our most recent rescues. We'll soon post brand new ways you can help, so please check back frequently!

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Board Member

Scott G.

Co Principal Officer

Vickie G.

Main Address

PO Box 5374

Scottsdale, AZ 85261 USA


Animal Rescue





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Animal Related Activities N.E.C. (D99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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What we aim to solve

Aside from funding, the single thing that prevents us for saving more dogs is lack of foster homes. Our adoptions involve intensive screening and placement of potential guardians for our dogs, so our fosters can be assured that putting heart and soul into caring for one of our dogs will be rewarded with success when that dog joins its new family!

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What have they accomplished so far and what's next?

We hope to help change the perception of fostering and adoption. We thoroughly vet our dogs and involve a trainer/behavioralist, when needed, to smooth a dog's adjustment to a new home and family. Dogs are placed on a foster-to-adopt basis, with adoption not becoming final until everyone in the situation is completely satisfied.

We do not rush to place our dogs, rather we get to know them very well. We market each dog, screen dozens of applications, and perform interviews and home visits in search of the very best match for each dog's needs. Happy adopters = Happy dogs!

Through our veterinary and carer connections, we can provide safe and enriching accommodations while dogs are prepared for their permanent new homes.

We hope to grow the number of dogs saved and placed without sacrificing our manner of care and placement. For us, it is truly about the well-being and best interest of our dogs, and we'll move forward with that as our paramount objective.

We believe that we have set (and met) a high standard for extensive vetting and superior care of our dogs, and that we offer an unrivaled, positive adoption experience.

While we have already greatly increased the number of dogs that we rescue and place each year, we want to inspire dog-lovers of the community experiencing the opportunity to contribute to this process by fostering dogs for us and donating to our cause.

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