Summit Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer animal rescue organization that has saved the lives of thousands of dogs and kitties since 2009. Every single volunteer gives their time, energy, money, and more to support saving the lives of animals we rescue.
SDR's mission is to save the lives of dogs and cats in need, educate the public about humane training methods and provide resources for low cost spay/neuter in underserved areas.
As an all-volunteer rescue, we run entirely on donations. If you’re able to give, go to our Donate page and easily make your donation.
OUR PET OF THE WEEK: Cosmo is a very handsome, affectionate and debonair Tuxedo kitty looking for a loving adopter. His person can't live independently anymore, so the family is actively looking for a great new home for this sweet boy. Cosmo's favorite thing is to be in his person's shadow, so he'd make a great sidekick for someone who's home a lot. He gives and loves to get lots and lots of love! For more info on adopting Cosmo, click here to go to his page, and spread the word!
SUMMIT DOG RESCUE NOW HAS A PODCAST - POD TO THE RESCUE! Our very own Summit Dog Rescue volunteers Emily and Libby now have a groundbreaking rescue podcast that you can hear from wherever you are. Our podcast was rated 44th in the entire world for animal podcasts, with over 50,000 downloads as of today. We're very proud of Emily and Libby!
Check out all the episodes on our website: PodToTheRescue.com
Plus, now you can stream us on Spotify.
These podcasts on our website are free of charge. Emily and Libby give you incredibly valuable information to help you be successful in your lifetime journey with your dog - including training and behavior tips from the experts.
For more info go to our Podcast page on this website.
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TO SUPPORT OUR LIFESAVING WORK, PLEASE DONATE!
You can donate through PayPal by clicking the "Donate" button below, or scan the QR code with your phone to go to our PayPal donation page. We're grateful for your donation that helps save so many, many lives. Thanks.