Our belief is that redeeming both dogs and people is possible AND necessary for both species to thrive in a community. And it starts here in our backyard. In rescue we are often a bit guilty of offering 3rd, 4th, 5th chances to our beloved animals, but often still refuse to give humans in need.. the same opportunity to heal and recover. Learn How to become a vet tech and how long does it take to finish your education.
Every day our actions will be driven by love, mutual respect, hard work, transparency, and collaboration with other animal welfare and recovery organizations. Through embedding the care of our dogs in the actual recovery process of our redemption house inhabitants as a daily part of their rehabilitation curriculum, we hope to utilize the highly unique, mutually beneficial relationship that has long existed between man and dog as the road to redemption for both.