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Oregon Dog Rescue


Oregon Dog Rescue
Rescue Organizations
17944 NW Gilbert Ln.
Portland,
Oregon 97229
503 819 1720


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Oregon Dog Rescue is an Oregon nonprofit corporation as a collaboration of rescue volunteers who are dedicated to the well being of dogs put into our care as well as maximizing the potential for a successful adoption for every dog! We accomplish this by taking in unwanted dogs from shelters and individual owners, carefully observing the dogs in our care and building a plan that will give the dog the tools and confidence to fit into a relationship that will benefit both dog and owner. We provide helpful information and training to new owners to help with the transition of dog and owner. We are determined to stay in touch with our adopters to insure a positive outcome for all. Oregon Dog Rescue is available for dog care seminars to educate the general public in regard to basic dog care, dog training and rescue.Oregon Dog Rescue is currently a resource for several shelters and Humane Societies in our area. We are contacted by these organizations when they have too many dogs or if they have a dog that is not doing well in a shelter environment. We evaluate the dog in person and determine whether the dog can be helped by our organization. We then provide any immediate attention such as baths, haircuts, etc. before placing them in a foster home. We provide the foster with supplies such as: a crate, bedding, toys, meds, food and any other items needed. The foster parent must care for the dog, take the dog to vet appointments if necessary and report their observations to one of the three directors. This information as well as pictures is displayed on the internet through Petfinder.com and our own website. Dogs are also accepted on a case by case basis from individual owners as well. We notify veterinarians in the area who may be treating dogs that the owners can no longer care for. Our posting on Petfinder.com also brings in calls from individual owners who may need to re-home their dog. Volunteers also contact posters on the internet as well as newspaper advertisers who are actively looking for a new home for their dog. They inform the owners of our service and these owners sometimes set an appointment to meet with us in order to take their dog into our organization with the intention of finding the right new home.




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