To rescue, care for and provide housing for abandoned, abused, unwanted, sick and injured animals.

To re-home healthy animals into well screened homes.

To educate and counsel the community into keeping their animals and to continue to provide them with caring, familiar and loving homes.

To produce educational films and literature promoting animal welfare, training and improving human and animal relationships. This includes films of the working of our satellite program, such as R.O.M.P., so that other communities across the nation can easily start up their own programs.

To provide training and education to other service groups interested in educating the public on:

Training dogs and cats with behavioral problems so they can remain in their respective homes.

Promote responsible pet ownership.

Raising public awareness of the plight of homeless animals and the benefits of adopting and providing forever-homes for animals

Community education on the benefits of spaying and neutering of dogs and cats.

Providing a service to terminally ill persons to insure them a place that their pets they leave behind will be loved and cared for providing them with everlasting homes or re-homing them into well suited and well screened everlasting homes.

R.O.M.P. (Reconnecting with our Military Personal). Providing trained dogs, cats and other animals along with animal trainers, to participate in the rehabilitation of military personnel.

Senior for Seniors. Providing senior pets for Senior Citizens with support. So that the elderly may reap the benefits of pet ownership while providing homes for senior dogs and cats that have been dumped at shelters.

Helping Paws for mentally challenged persons.


"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion." – Unknown


If you would like your donation to go to specific program, please email us with your request.

"No matter how little money and how few possessions you own, having a dog makes you rich." - Louis Sabin