WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS OF SECOND CHANCES
In addition to being a resource for local dogs in Massachusetts, Rescue Inc homes the displaced and abandoned dogs from the rural south that would not have a chance at life otherwise. Many pockets of our country have stray dog populations of epic proportions. Failure to spay and neuter, combined with lack of animal welfare laws in many states, burden an imperfect system that is simply not equipped to handle the sheer volume of homeless animals. This leaves animals on the street to suffer, languishing in a shelter, or euthanized. We help fill the gap in these areas and provide rescue options when there are none.
We partner with organizations in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Massachusetts that enhance the human–animal bond and improve the well-being of an underserved and at-risk canine population.
MA Licensed Rescue + Registered 501c3
Sponsor a Room
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Sponsor a Kennel
Our pups are required to be kenneled during their 48 hour with us. Whether you chose to name a single kennel or bank of kennels, honor a loved pet or human......
Sponsor a transport
Be an everyday hero and sponsor a transport! This sponsorship pays for the vetting, transport + quarantine, required travel documentation for 30 puppies + dogs! Be onsite for arrival in our new facility and we welcome you to jump in on a volunteer shift to see firsthand what you generosity is supporting! You are also welcome back 48 hours later to see your sponsored pups go home.
Sponsor the facility
Your generous $50,000 donation will name our entire facility. You will be listed on our website, recognized as our X donor, with recognition signage in our dedicated pick up space + fundraising space where 200+ people will see monthly.
Our outdoor Space
Massachusetts regulations require us to provide a private entrance for our dogs to enter the building. We've installed hundreds of feet of vinyl fencing to create a private walkway and courtyard; removed the organic matter; and replaced with stone. This space will also provide outside respite for our volunteers and dogs, after released from quarantine.