Rogers' Rescues

A 531 Route 22 East, Suite 191, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at Rogers' Rescues

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Bowser

Male, Adult
Treeing Walker Coonhound

Midge

Female, Senior
Shiba Inu / Chihuahua

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1 - 2 of 2 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Rogers' Rescues Serves

We serve the areas of all NJ and the eastern edge of PA.

Rogers' Rescues's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

http://rogersrescues.com/apply
You must first complete our adoption application.

2. Interview

A member of the Rogers' Rescues interview team will contact you either by email or phone.

3. Home Check

This step verifies the residential information declared on the application is accurate.

4. Approve Application

5. Meet the Pet

The dog's foster family will be in touch as soon as your home visit is done.

6. Sign Adoption Contract

Your adoption contract will include a complete copy of the dog's vetting records as well as information about the dog's routines.

7. Pay Fee

Adoption fee: $250 for dogs 7 years of age and under. $150 for dogs over 7 years. Please note that a dog's age is often just our best guess.

Before you adopt
Some things to think about before you adopt

Most of our volunteers are also adopters of Rogers’ Rescues dogs. So we know the anxiety when “waiting to hear.” Although Rogers’ Rescues is 100% staffed by volunteers, we do our best to communicate with you frequently and keep you updated on the status of your application. Here are some tips.

Do Your Homework
Research the dog breeds that interest you. Research possible trainers. Your local veterinarian may be able to offer suggestions. Get ready for the upcoming adoption.

Be Flexible
Certain breeds are very popular and will generate several applications. If the dog you are interested in is adopted before you finish the application process, please recognize there will be others. It is easy to feel like each dog you read about is the right dog for you and that if it doesn’t work out you will never find another dog. Stick with us. We will help you find the right dog at the right time.

Share The Facts
Don’t worry about answering every interview question "correctly". Concentrate on providing honest information about your lifestyle. You may think the puppy on Petfinder is really really cute, but does your lifestyle support frequent potty breaks/accidents, sleepless nights, and constant chewing? The more information we have and the more realistic and honest you are with your experience level, expectations, and household needs, the better equipped we are to help you!

Be Patient
Rogers’ Rescues is an all-volunteer group. Most of us work full-time and care for families in addition to volunteering. We recognize you are very excited about bringing a new dog into your family, so we try to do everything to expedite the process.

Join the Club
Once you have completed our adoption process, you will be added to our pre-approved list. You will be among those who receive first notice of new dogs – before they are put on Petfinder. If you see a dog of interest, respond to the email and we will connect you with the foster home to learn more about the dog and to see if there is a match.

About Rogers' Rescues

Rogers' Rescues is an all-breed dog rescue that relies on our network of foster homes to care for all our adoptable dogs. In addition, committed volunteers work behind the scenes to facilitate the adoption process, plan fundraising events, and more.

Despite not having a physical location, Rogers’ Rescues has found loving homes for over a thousand dogs since its founding in June, 2002.

All our fosters are up-to-date on vaccinations, heart-worm preventative, flea and tick preventative, and are spayed or neutered. Puppies under six months are not spayed or neutered and it is the responsibility of the adopter to have the dog altered at six months of age.

Come Meet Rogers' Rescues's Pets

Our adoptable pets can be physically met/visited at all foster homes or adoption events.