We’re highlighting the rescue organizations we’ve donated to this September for our Rescue Releaf program! With your help, we have been able to donate our Edibites and Boom Bars to rescues all across the country. In our Rescue Releaf initiative, we’re asking pet parents to nominate the rescue organizations that are near and dear to their hearts. Whether you specifically volunteer at a 501(c)3 certified organization or you just rescued a pup and want to show some love to the organization, please fill out our Rescue Releaf form. We hope that our donations of Pet Releaf Edibites and Boom Bars will help provide a calmer transition for these rescue animals as they head into the shelter or into their forever homes.
So far, we’ve had the opportunity to donate over 8,000+ bags of Edibites and 2,200+ Boom Bars, equivalent to $179,700 to 125 rescue organizations and counting! We want to send a huge thank you to all of the rescue organizations that are working hard during this time to give these rescue animals the absolute best lives possible.
From Maine to California, we’re highlighting 12 rescue organizations that we’ve donated to this past September!
LoveyLoaves Sanctuary is located in Orlando, FL and is dedicated to rescuing small breed dogs who have special needs. They work hard to save and rehabilitate dogs who may be amputees, blind or deaf, suffering from certain diseases, and more. As they work on completing their sanctuary project, they place dogs with special needs in foster homes and their adoption programs to help them find their permanent homes!
Forte Animal Rescue is located in Redondo Beach, CA and started their unique organization back in 2003. They started as a “hub” for their community to get together and help each other achieve the common goal of saving animals in need. They work specifically to deter people from taking their animals to the pound through their outreach program and providing possible solutions as well as finding new homes for their pets through their adoption program.
Mutt Scouts is a rescue located in Los Angeles and San Diego, CA that is dedicated to helping the homeless, abused, and abandoned dogs in their area. No matter the cost and energy it takes, they are committed to providing their rescue pups with proper socialization, training, and veterinary care! They also have a foster program where Mutt Scouts provides all the food, supplies, and vet care while the fosters provide their homes and care.
Rescue Charlie’s Friends was established in 2018 and is located in Woolwich, Maine. Their rescue was named after their pup, Charlie who unfortunately passed back in May 2020. He was rescued from an unfortunate situation where he and his sister were in cages and sleeping on the cold floor without proper nutrition. Charlie’s inspiration lives on through their rescue work as they strive to save more of Charlie’s friends who are in desperate need of forever homes.
Mary’s Dogs was initially established back in 2011 and is located in Northwood, NH. Every year, they rescue approximately 600 dogs from kill shelters in the south and then rehome them in the New England area. They collaborate with a network of volunteers and foster parents that all have the same goal—to care for animals in need! Mary’s Dogs Rescue & Adoption also serves as a resource in the Southern New Hampshire community by providing education about being a responsible pet parent.
Pittie Posse is based in Maine and has three main missions they work towards. One is working to rescue animals from overcrowded shelters in high-kill cities across the country. They also work to rehabilitate and train the dogs under their care so when they’re ready to be adopted out, they will already know basic obedience. Lastly, they’re working towards making the world a better place for the bully breeds by educating their communities about the breed!
Cape Ann Animal Aid actually originated back in 1964 by the late Ruth Spoor and a group of animal lovers to save cats and dogs in need. They’re based in Gloucester, MA and work hard to find the appropriate homes to the animals in need. They have a specially trained staff on board as well as volunteers that aid in the care by handling, grooming, socializing, and training animals under their care. CAAA also works closely with local veterinarians to make sure the rescue animals are getting the appropriate medical care.
Four Legged Freedom Rescue is an all volunteer-based rescue based in the state of Maine. Their rescue mission reaches states as close as New Jersey and could even be as far as Texas. Their main mission is to search for the healthiest, permanent homes for their rescue animals that come from homeless or unwanted situations or from kill shelters that may be overcrowded or limited.
North Florida Rescue of Maine works to save animal’s lives from high-kill shelters in Northwest Florida. They have both rescue organizations in Bloutstown, FL as well as North Monmouth, ME. NFR Maine has a group of dedicated volunteers that help network, transport, foster, and bring them to urgent or necessary veterinary visits. Their main goal is to save these animals and help place them into their loving, forever homes in Maine.
NEW ARC is a group of home-based, licensed wildlife rehabilitators that are certified by The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife! They help treat injured or orphaned animals until they are well enough to be released back into their natural habitat. Some animals they help rehabilitate include but are not limited to, raccoons, squirrels, skunks, foxes, coyotes, and more!
Salem Animal Rescue League is located in Salem, NH and was formed back in 1992. They are a no-kill animal shelter that believes in providing a safe haven for all of their rescue animals with passionate care, and to help permanent homes for all. SARL is all-inclusive by vowing to help every animal they can even if they are suffering from disease or injury.
The Anti-Cruelty Society is based in Chicago, IL and has been the forefront of animal welfare since it was founded in 1899. Their main missions include providing compassionate care for any animal in need, to find loving and healthy homes, intervention to prevent animal cruelty, as well as community education on animal issues.