We are a 501(c)3, foster based rescue located in Los Angeles. Many of the dogs we rescue are sick, injured, abandoned and forgotten. We have a soft spot for dogs that needs special medical care in order to make it out of the shelter. We know most adopters will not be able to adopt a dog from the shelter that needs a costly orthopedic surgery, or a puppy that is stricken with parvo. We believe these dogs deserve a second chance.
In addition to our rescue work, we host a free/low cost spay and neuter program for the low income area of South El Monte. Rescuing one dog at a time is important and heartwarming work but – the real way we are going to make a difference in the pet overpopulation crisis is by providing spay and neuter services to those who need it. In addition to improving the quality of life for these animals and the people that love them, it is also the most effective way to reduce the number of stray and unwanted animals.
We host one clinic per month and to date we have spayed and neutered 342 dogs and 139 cats. If each one of these animal had just one “unwanted” litter of 6 puppies or kittens – that would result in thousands of dogs and cats competing for the limited forever homes available.