After September 11, 2001, we
noticed a slow down in adoptions. We placed over 470 dogs in
2002 -- not quite as many as the previous year. However, we
hope that the economy picks up, and that more dogs will find homes
(or stay in their homes) this year. Click
to see the list of dogs adopted in 2002.
Until the pet overpopulation problem is
under better control through spaying and neutering of companion
animals, all we can do is to continue helping as many dogs as
possible. Sadly, even
though we were successful in finding homes for all of the dogs
listed here, there are many more that we had to turn away because
our rescue is full. We hope to help even more dogs this year,
so that fewer of these wonderful pets have to die in local animal
shelters! Please help us by encouraging friends and family
to spay and neuter their pets, and to be responsible pet owners!