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Introducing Rescues 2the Rescue

As conservation detection dog practitioners, Working Dogs for Conservation (WDC) knows that our special canine partners are literally one in a thousand. Meanwhile, dogs that are “too much dog” for most may end up in shelters where it can be extremely hard to find them a capable home. If only those who need these rare
Success stories

Wicket was a year old and had been at the shelter for six months. Her history was unknown. She had recently been spayed by a shelter “angel” hoping to make her more appealing for adoption. But not many people want a dog who constantly whines, barks, and literally bounces off the walls of her kennel. But…

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Photo credit: Kurt Wilson
Rescues2theRescue is a program created by
International Fund for Animal Welfare
Working Dogs for Conservation is a proud member of the
Best Friends No More Homeless Pet Network.