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Safe Haven Dog Rescue

8N005 IL-47, Maple Park, IL 60151, United States

Adoption policy

Safe Haven Dog Rescue was created by volunteers to rescue, rehabilitate, and find loving homes for homeless dogs and puppies. The majority of our dogs and puppies are rescued from Kill Pounds and Shelters. We are all foster based, meaning we do not have an actual “shelter”. We work very hard to find local rescue groups within these states to pull the dogs into their program while we coordinate transportation and placement into foster homes. We are dedicated to disclosing everything we know about the dogs in our program to potential adopters. Sometimes we know a lot but, often we know only that they were strays, thrown away on the side of the road, in the woods, or found in abandoned houses. While we don’t always know their past we are certain that by rescuing and finding them loving homes, we will make sure their future is much brighter. We hope that you and your family will be part of their future…. \xa0Foster Homes Always Needed! While you foster, we pay all expenses\xa0from vetting, to food and we provide a crate, leash, collars, and toys. Your family provides love (something they desperately need!) and a safe place for the dog or puppies until they find their forever homes. We also require that you have the ability to take these pups to routine veterinary visits at our participating vets. These vets are located in Geneva, South Elgin, Wheaton, Naperville, and Elmhurst. Spay/Neuters are done in Geneva, South Elgin, and North Aurora locations only. Please email\xa0foster@safehavendogsil.org\xa0for a foster application or additional details.

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