Thank you for Donating to help our dogs. It is much appreciated and will be put to good use.
From the Heart Rescue was created in 2004 to serve the underserved – the frightened victims of accident, disease, cruelty or neglect, and seniors which have been rejected or overlooked by others because they may need extra care (medical or emotional) before they become adoptable.
Whether your donation is used to provide emergency surgery for an injured animal, purchase formula for an orphaned litter of puppies, treat an ill animal, or provide a dental to a senior pet, any of whom have turned to us in their time of need, YOU are making a difference in the life of a deserving animal. Your donation has provided us with the vital funds to continue serving the animals and citizens of this community with dignity, compassion, and professionalism.
As with all gifts made to From The Heart Rescue, 100% of the money donated goes to the benefit of the animals by paying for the medical treatment and special rehabilitation needs of the animals in our care; no donation is ever used to pay salaries (we are all volunteers) or administrative costs. At a time when demands for our services are ever-increasing, you can be assured that your gift is making a difference in the lives of many animals!
If you have questions about the animals in our care or the work of From The Heart Rescue, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please go to our Adoption Page.
If you can't Adopt right now but can open your home to a dog to Foster, please go to our Foster Page.
If you can't Foster or Adopt, but would still like to help by volunteering, please go to our Volunteer Page.
From the Heart Rescue
Our mission is to serve the underserved -- the abandoned, orphaned, abused, injured and special needs dogs which have nowhere else to turn and to provide the love and care they never had until a forever home is found.
Founded in January 2004, From the Heart Rescue (FTH) is dedicated to caring for the hurt and frightened animal victims of accident, disease, cruelty and neglect, as well as senior and disabled animals, by providing the life-saving surgeries, medications and special care they need which other organizations are unable or unwilling to give.