As Seen On The American Rescue Dog Show

Find out more about the special segments from the 2020 American Rescue Dog Show

Bonded Pairs:

All too often, dogs that are together their whole life find themselves homeless often due to their guardian passing away or some other life circumstance. The goal of shelter and rescue groups is to keep these bonded pairs together whenever possible. We hope viewers will open up their heart and home to bonded pairs, so not one, but two dogs can remain together for the rest of their lives. To view some bonded pairs in need of adoption, check out some dogs and their best buddies (insert AdoptAPet.com link) from around the country, courtesy of our friends at AdoptAPet.com.

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Rescue Puppies:


Many people feel that to add a puppy to their family, they need to visit a breeder or pet store. Not true! There are many puppies in need of a loving home which are available at shelters. Think adopt, don’t shop. And don’t forget to ask about the Mom of the litter. Quite often, they are left waiting to be adopted long after all the puppies have found homes. The Labelle Foundation has discovered new ways to help defenseless baby animals feel loved and nurtured. The founders and the volunteers are well trained on how to boost their immune systems and help them thrive emotionally.
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Beagle Freedom Project:
The Beagle Freedom Project is an organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals used in testing and research. Through the efforts of BFP, once nameless dogs with only a number tattooed on their ears, now have names of their own, have touched grass for the very first time, and are given a second chance at life as they are adopted into loving homes. Visit the Beagle Freedom Project ( https://bfp.org/ ) to learn more about adopting a former lab dog or animal, sponsoring a survivor, or how you can get involved.


Senior Dogs:

The Grey Muzzle Organization helps animal welfare organizations nationwide to provide care, comfort, and loving homes for old dogs. The organizations they support are chosen carefully and all have a commitment to senior dogs. Seniors are so grateful to be adopted and have a lot of love left to give.


Visit the Grey Muzzle Foundation to find out how to adopt a senior in your area. To see their Public Service Announcement with four comedy legends – Carol Burnett, Bob Newhart, Lily Tomlin and Carl Reiner – share their thoughts on growing older and why it’s so rewarding for people to adopt senior dogs in need of homes, click here.