Last Chance Dog Rescue of Alabama

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    Last Chance Dog Rescue saves dogs from death row at area animal shelters and rescues stray dogs. We get them vet care and put them into loving foster homes to make sure the dogs are properly socialized and become loving family members. We work hard to find wonderful forever homes for them. We often transport dogs to great homes in other parts of the country, particularly New England. Since May, 2009, we have rescued over 60 dogs and found them outstanding homes. We are also working to find homes for several cats that have found their way into our rescue. Vet costs are extremely high: these dogs are often ill and may even have heartworms. Transporting a dog to New England costs $100 per dog. We are always searching for animal lovers who want to help our rescue by making a financial contribution. Every penny donated to Last Chance Dog Rescue Alabama goes “to the dogs.” We are all volunteers, so every cent goes toward caring for the animals and finding them homes.

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    146 Big Oak Drive
    Maylene, AL 35114

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