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Buffalo Underdogs Rescue

415 N French Rd, Amherst, NY 14228, United States

Adoption policy

Who we are.... Buffalo Underdogs Rescue is an all-breed, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization. BUR saves dogs in Western New York as well as from a rural kill shelter in Eastern Texas. We pull dogs from shelters and transport them to their awaiting foster homes, in the Buffalo area. We provide a safe home environment for our dogs while they receive necessary vetting, begin the process of training and socialization and prepare them to become members of a loving family. We believe with your help, these underdogs can become top dogs! Given that all of the members of our rescue are volunteers, we keep our adoption radius to within a 45 minute drive from Buffalo (US only). This is due to the fact that each puppy/dog must have a meet and greet in the potential adopter’s home, with all family members (including resident dogs and cats) present. We also reserve the right to complete welfare checks on our adopted dogs from time to time, so we limit how far away they may be adopted. We may make exceptions on a case-by-case basis for dogs with special needs. This is at the discretion of BUR.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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