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It’s 2022 and Wagging Dog Rescue needs volunteers!

2022 has thus far been a rough year in rescue, and we haven’t been able to help nearly as many animals as we would like! Join our foster family today and make the life of an animal (or few!) so much happier!

 

Featured Family Members

Looking for WDR’s Barn Cat Program?

Interested in seeing other adoptable dogs and cats?

 

Volunteer

We are ALWAYS looking for passionate people to join the Wagging Dog Rescue Team! Contact us to learn more about our volunteer opportunities. It takes a bunch of dedicated people to keep a small, busy dog and cat rescue running. Some volunteer work can even be done remotely.

 

Foster a Dog

Our wonderful foster volunteers are the backbone of our organization. If you’re willing to open your heart and home to a deserving dog or cat in need of some love, this is the thing for you!

 

 

About Wagging Dog Rescue

Wagging Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization striving to help dogs and cats survive the shelters of Southern California and Denver, CO and find the perfect forever family. We are an all volunteer group of passionate animal advocates, owners and rescuers dedicated to improving animal welfare and restoring the unwanted family pet to his rightful place in a responsible home. All of our adoptable dogs and cats are in a private foster home with a loving caregiver who guides them through their transition from a stressful past to a permanent and well-deserved future. We promote responsible pet ownership, a leadership lifestyle, spay and neuter… and most of all, ADOPTION.

The DiscoverMe Project™

Discover our innovative 2-week foster care program for shelter dogs in need of a break.

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Latest Blog Posts

Why a Regular Lead is Better Than a Retractable Leash

Why a Regular Lead is Better Than a Retractable Leash

Many people like to use retractable leads because they feel it lets the dog have more freedom to explore. But these leashes can cause a host of problems, for the dog and his owner. If a dog never learned on how to walk with a regular lead, then he is not going to have...

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