Snookie’s Little Rescue is a small, entirely volunteer, non-profit and no-kill rescue group dedicated to rescuing dogs. Although, they primarily rescue small dogs of all breeds they do rescue large ones as well.
The rescue seldom takes family surrenders as they priority is helping dogs that are surrendered by pounds, rescued from puppy mills and when possible from research laboratories. They dedicate their time rescuing unwanted, neglected and abused dogs. Their rescues benefit from training, rehabilitation, medical care and a lot of TLC.
All dogs are placed in foster care. They receive a health and temperament examination by a vet, they are spayed/neutered, have their basic vaccines, vaccinated for rabies, heartworm tested (seasonal), and microchipped. The rescue does their best to provide as much vetting as possible based on available funds.
For an adoption application, please introduce yourself at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the information provided on the adoption agreement regarding the dog may have been received by Snookie’s Little Rescue from a third party; therefore Snookie’s Little Rescue does not warrant the accuracy of such information.
Health records are given in document form when available to the Rescue group. When not available, the information is given either by verbal communication along with written confirmation from the foster parent/Rescue group.
Please be aware that we are volunteers and we are NOT funded. All money provided in the care given to these pets come from our own pockets (volunteers) and from the adoption fees we receive for the dogs (pets).
Not all of the pets we get in our rescue need basic care. Some come into our rescue needing long term care and some are simply too ill to be adopted out and need “permanent” foster homes to live out their lives. For these reasons we have an adoption fee that will help us cover some of the basic vetting care.
We are not a customer service agency. Please do not expect us to “service” you. We will get back to every inquiry the best way we can. We will do so when we’re available as we all have jobs during the day. Please consider the limited time volunteers have and only inquire about one of our pets if you are serious. Window shoppers are not appreciated as we value the time our foster homes give to families visiting our rescue dogs.
We keep all our dogs for a length of time based on their individual needs. This will help us understand the dogs better and allow us to evaluate them. We get to know our dogs pretty well and we try to match them with good families that will be able to provide for their specific needs and that would suit their lifestyle.