At Hoadin, the dog rescue organizations we donate to help us carry out our crucial mission to help out dogs in need and promote adoption. One based in New York City and one in Los Angeles, they each represent cities with a tremendous need for their service. Our Connecticut partner is the hardworking, all volunteer organization representing our home state (and where we adopted our Brody.)
Wags and Walks is one of the fastest growing, 501c3 non-profit rescue organizations in Los Angeles, CA. Since inception, founder Lesley Brog and the Wags and Walks team have saved thousands of dogs. They are dedicated to rescuing family-friendly dogs from high-kill shelters and placing them in loving, forever homes. They believe they can empty the shelters of Los Angeles through community involvement, education and advocacy.
If you are interested in learning more or getting involved, contact them
for opportunities ranging from dog walking, fostering, adoption, special events, and more.
Mr. Bones & Co. is an all volunteer, 501c3 animal welfare non-profit, helping dogs in need all around New York City, the nation and the globe. Their One Lucky Pup program rescues, rehabilitates and finds homes for dogs facing extraordinary challenges like extensive medical needs, unfair breed discrimination or behavioral issues making them harder to place. They also participate in a Global Animal Welfare program, sponsor two grant programs and host their annual adoption and fundraising event, Rescue The Runway in both NYC and Chicago. Contact them
for more information on how you can get involved.
Little Black Dog Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit, founded by Amy Scarella in Fairfield, CT. They work with shelters and rescue organizations throughout the country to give dogs in need the best opportunity at adoption. LBDR targets black dogs who suffer from "Black Dog Syndrome"
. They are often the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized. As an all volunteer organization, they are always in need of fosters, volunteers, donations and of course, adopters. Contact them
to learn more about how you can help.