CPR was formed by Director Molli Bowen in 2004 to assist the unwanted and homeless dogs and puppies in West Tennessee and unite them with loving families in New England. In the process of rescuing these pups, CPR’s volunteers strive to help the families that find themselves with custody of the unwanted and homeless. Since our beginning, we have rehomed over 7,500 dogs and puppies. This feat has been accomplished thru a vast network of affiliated shelters and rescues plus private adoptions.
Many people ask, Where do you get all of those great pups and dogs? West Tennessee, along with a lot of other areas of the South, have no spay/neuter regulations, no licensing, no limits on the number of pets per household and little or no enforcement of regulations pertaining to the care of companion animals. This results in incredibly high euthanasia numbers th