Do Something

One is not born into the world to do everything but to do something. - Henry David Throeau

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While sometimes cited for being an anarchist, we can draw motivation from Henry David Thoreau regarding his philosophy on civil disobedience for the purpose of improvement.  Now, we are not guiding our volunteers into any disobedient action.  Instead we are hoping that by recognizing the plight of stray and abandoned dogs, regular people, like you and me, can work together to improve the conditions of these canine victims. 

One dog at a time we bring stray dogs into homes.  One SNIP (Spays and Neuters in Partnership) at a time we are reducing the overpopulation problem in a humane fashion.  One volunteer at a time we are gaining momentum. 

In 2012 hart rescued 130 dogs.   From that 82 were rehomed by hart and 60 were rehomed by partners. 

Here is a look at our history:

Year

Rescue Tally

2004

56

2005

142

2006

136

2007

93

2008

48

2009

134

2010

154

2011

66

2012

130

Total

959

In nine years, our small, shelterless, grass roots dog rescue organization has been able to give 959 dogs a new leash on life. 

We are doing something to help and all of our efforts add up to improvement in the lives of stray and abandoned dogs. 

We have much more to do - care to join us?  

Written by hart at 00:00
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