Dogs Rule Rescue Group Inc., Deerfield Beach Fl, A Non-Profit, 501(c)3 Organization, our goal is to find loving, forever homes for those who would otherwise be euthanized, and educate the public on the importance of Spay and Neuter. 100% of every donation received is spent on saving animals live, that is our top and only priority at Dogs Rule Rescue Group!
~~Saving One Life At A Time~~
~~Without You There Would Be No US~~
A few of the dogs we pulled from the pound who will now be Spay & Neutered, vaccinated given lots of love and care and find their 4 Ever homes. Thats what we do at DRRG
501(c)3 Non Profit Organization
~~ Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened ~~
Our Most Rewarding Adoption of All
Last week Pupus a 5 year male old Shih-Tzu was placed at The Horizon Club, Sunrise Senior Living in Deerfield Beach to test the waters to see if he would be a good companion pet for all… YES ALL residents. Needless to say Pupus not only fits in beautifully, he does a wonderful job putting smiles one everyone’s face. Pupus actually lives in the assisted living area where he works hard all day giving unconditional love to all residents.
Barbara Koren, Director of Activities says: many residents who haven’t smiled in sometime have come to light just having him around. They thoroughly enjoy the love and affection he gives, and is sometimes found at night snuggled under one of their beds. There is no disputing Pupus has made a positive impact on most and gives them something to look forward to.
The funny thing is… Sadly, Pupus was surrendered to Dogs Rule Rescue because his former owners had to move into a senior community that did NOT ALLOW pets, and now he resides at a senior community only to spread joy to all. We commend the owners and management at The Horizon Club, Sunrise Senior Living for encouraging most of their facilities to have a resident dog and cat.
Today Dogs Rule Rescue gifted Pupus to The Horizon Club, Sunrise Senior Living and made his Adoption official. Pupus gets to give love to all and in return receives more love and care than any one pet could possibly ask for, not to mention the enormous amount of toys and square footage he gets to run and play in. A win, win for all!
Why We Do What We Do
See more of our adopted dogs on our Mission Accomplished page
Our Featured Pet "Scooby"
Meet Scooby! A good Samaritan saw someone just open the car door and drove on. He appears to be a Shepherd mix about a year old, male, 36 pounds, good temperament, knows basic commands, well with cats other dogs and kids and housebroken. Scooby is an all around good boy in need of a loving forever home.Big hearts need only apply ♥♥♥