A 604 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.
1 - 7 of 7 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter
We serve local adopters in a 25 mile radius of our shelter, but if we have a hard-to-place dog we will expand our search further.
Save A Dog is a humane society whose primary focus is rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs. We began in 1999 as an all-breed, all-volunteer dog rescue group and ran the operation out of our founder's home for nine years. Now we have a lovely facility and kennel which we have rented since 2008 and recently purchased. We are in Sudbury, Mass. Save A Dog is a privately funded 501(c)3 organization. Our rescued dogs are up to date on the core vaccines and the adult dogs are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. We do not spay and neuter puppies as it has been proven that puppies need hormones for proper bone development. As well, they have developing immune systems and need to have their puppy vaccines and rabies underway before opening them up to surgery. We use a holistic protocol in caring for our rescued dogs and we have found that we are able to bring the dogs to optimal health without all the conventional pharmaceuticals that most shelters use. Save A Dog provides supplements and a healthy diet to boost the rescued dogsÕ immune systems. The new arrivals residing at the kennel listen to Òanimal healingÓ music during their stay and they also benefit from aromatherapy. Our founder, Shirley Moore, has studied homeopathy for a number of years and provides homeopathic remedies to dogs who have minor medical issues, and with good results. This saves the shelter in extraneous medical costs as do our traveling, visiting veterinarians. We use two low cost spay clinics, one at Tufts and the other at the Sterling Animal Shelter.
Save A Dog maintains an ID system on all adopted dogs with a database of adopter information. This makes it easy to reunite the dogs with their adopters should they become lost. We have a solid return policy so that any dog adopted through Save A Dog will not end up in danger of being euthanized again. Every dog we rescue is celebrated and doted on by our dog-loving volunteers. We have a training program for adopters as well as newsletter-follow-ups with advice on training, health, and places to go with your dog. Many of our adopters have returned for a second dog and we have a very strong showing at our alumni events as well.
Saturdays12-3 and Sundays by private appointment or sometimes with drop-in hours from 1-3 PM. Please check our Web site as our hours may change http://www.saveadog.org