Our Current Benefiting Partner
through Tuesday, December 17th at 10p.m. cst
A Place to Bark
Established in 2001, A Place to Bark is a no-kill, foster, rehabilitation and adoption rescue that saves animals from high kill animal controls, puppy mills and cruelty cases. Rescued animals receive all necessary care, be it medical, rehabilitation, quarantine, training, whatever is needed, they are cared for until they are healthy, socialized, and ready for adoption.
We they are ready, they are transported to adoption placement partners (rescue groups) so these animals can find their forever homes. Bernie Berlin, founder of A Place to Bark, drives and drives and drives these animals wherever they need to go to find them life, adopters and forever homes.
A Place to Bark is about long-term rescue, not just the initial save. Rescued animals depend on them and they take responsibility for their lives. They are their safety net and they will always take an animal back into their program for whatever reason if necessary.
A Place to Bark has saved thousands of lives over the past few years. Their hope is to create the model program, by following the standards to which a no kill nation becomes a reality. Till the day there are no more homeless pets, we must come together for the animals and the greater good!