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Our Adoption Fee is $499/per dog

  • Pull Fees
  • Shots
  • Spays & Neuters
  • Flea Prevention
  • De-Worming & More

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Our Adoption Fee is $499/per dog. 99% of our dogs REQUIRE Fencing! We do Vet Checks & Home Visits prior to Adoption. Everyone associated with our group is a dog lover & work towards reducing euthanization in the south. Everyone is a VOLUNTEER. Available Dogs!
How to Help
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Donations
We still need your help moving forward.  Moneys donated will go towards Boarding Expenses, Transportation Costs, and Vet Expenses.


Pet Adoption. Be Part
of Something Beautiful!

WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF ALL-BREED DOGS BUT WE SPECIALIZE IN LABRADOR AND LABRADOR MIXES. OUR DOGS ARE BROUGHT UP-TO-DATE ON SHOTS, SPAYED OR NEUTERED PRIOR TO ADOPTION.

All adoptions require a completed adoption application, home inspection and a vet check.

The adoption fee of $499 covers all transportation expenses, shots, deworming, and spaying or neutering fees.

Dogs that are locally fostered and adopted are subject to a vet fee for health check/wellness exam over and above the $499 adoption fee.

Available Dogs

We Provide Best Services

TAKING CARE OF PET ANIMALS IS NOT JUST WHAT WE DO. THAT’S WHAT WE LOVE
AND SO PASSIONATE ABOUT. YOU PET IS SAFE WITH US!

1
Adoption Center
To see a list of dogs that are currently being fostered in New England.
2
Volunteers Needed
Volunteers needed to help with phone calls, transports, home visits, and more.
3
The ALR Store
100% of the Profit we earn on all product sold goes to back to help rescue more dogs.
4
Sponsor A Dog
Unable to foster or adopt a dog? You can still help by sponsoring a dog.

Dogs & Barking

READ OUR SUCCESS STORIES, BLOG STORIES, NEWS & EVENTS, AND OUR MEMORIAL PAGE TO OUR FRIENDS WHO HAVE CROSSED THE RAINBOW BRIDGE.

Hailey

Hailey

I wanted to let you know Hailey is doing great!! Yesterday was a very busy day for her. The long car ride home she kept looking at me with “those