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Area dog rescue shelter operator asks those looking for new pet dog to consider one of their rescue ‘kids’

Hi everyone. My name is Lori Jones, and my husband Richard and I operate Haven of Hope Rescue Foundation, a not-for-profit canine rescue organization located in the Piedmont/Okarche area.
Our Mission is to SAVE DOGS. Our focus is large and giant breeds and last chance dogs. Since December, we have taken 14 puppies and four adult dogs into our program that were in need of our help in our community.
Some were dumped out in the country at a young age to fend for themselves, others were the result of un-spayed female dogs giving birth to unwanted puppies, others were just clearly in need and we don’t know their past.
We typically house anywhere from 35-50 dogs and puppies at our facility.
All of these beautiful animals were unwanted, injured, sick, abandoned/dumped, were from cruelty cases, or were pulled from extremely high risk shelters where they faced certain euthanasia.
We operate on donations, fund raisers and our adoption fees. Anything above our adoption fees that are required for the care of our rescue kids comes out of our operational funds or from our own pocket.
I wanted to share that if you are looking for a new canine family member, please consider our rescue kids.
We have puppies, older dogs, and young adult dogs.
All of them are healthy and are vaccinated and spayed or neutered. Each rescue is also examined by our veterinarian friends for any other health issues.
We promote spay and neuter because we see first-hand, every single day the endless result of the horrible pet overpopulation in our country and we choose to do something about it.
If you are looking for a new family member, please give us a call and set up a time to come and visit our facility and meet our adoptable dogs and puppies.
Please consider adopting a rescue dog or puppy. Every adoption gives us room to help another, and believe me, there are many.
You can reach us at 405-620-2411. Thank you!
-Lori Jones, Haven of Hope Rescue Foundation

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