A , Five Points, TN 38457 rescue helping to find loving homes for Dogs.
1 - 10 of 10 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter
Primarily Tennessee and Chicago but do take dogs all over the United States
At Act of Love Rescue, we take pride in our proactive screening process to match animals and people for compatibility, in addition to our evaluation and matching system focused on providing a positive experience for the adopter, and our mindset that places primary emphasis on education.
Our fees can vary but range from $250 to $400, and our principles at ALR are that;
• The animal will be spayed or neutered.• No animal will be adopted to an applicant with a known history of animal or child abuse.• No animal will be adopted to an individual who is suspected of being drunk or under the influence of drugs at the time of adoption.• No animal will be adopted out as a food source.
ACT OF LOVE RESCUE (ALR), founded in February, 2016, is a federally tax exempt charitable nonprofit corporation headquartered in Norco, California, which provides a home for many small dogs (mostly Chihuahuas) that have been at risk for sheltering and ultimately, euthanasia. As a small charity, our Founder and President, Cheryl Chavez has personally financed and invested tens-of-thousands of dollars over the past several years to transform her residential property in the agriculturally zoned area of Norco into a home for over twenty-five (25) dogs, several horses, and goats. Thus, requiring much food, medicine, and maintenance for a small farm. With a successful permanent home adoption being the primary goal at ALR, we have several dogs now living and learning to be well-behaved domesticated pets after surviving an early life of abuse and neglect. Our approach at Act of Love Rescue (ALR) is to rescue on the basis of "quality of life", and not the quantity of dogs. Thus, we're able to dedicate a reasonable level of attention and rehabilitation as they integrate, and share love with their new families. All ALR dogs get a fresh, new start on their life. Our dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped with registration, up to date on all vaccines, dental needs, flea treated, and groomed as well. We teach them house manners, potty training, and socialization, but also work on various behavioral issues such as biting, food aggression, digging, chewing, and others. It is our goal to identify the absolute best matched families for our dogs, and to always educate, even when interacting with non-adopting families.
Next adoption events will be posted on our website, but contact us to schedule an appointment to meet any one of our special dogs.