Helping to find loving homes for Dogs and Cats since 2008.
Our main mission is to help solve the pet overpopulation problem through pet adoptions, spay & neuter programs, public education about the treatment of animals, and pet events to further public awareness.
This is the Dog! is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization in Homestead, FL. Focused on saving lives and preventing overpopulation, This is the Dog! facilitates local Florida adoptions as well as transport-based adoptions in the New England area. To date, over 500 animals have been placed in forever homes up North! This is the Dog! also offers FREE spay and neuter services to local community members in need (email email@example.com for info). This is the Dog! depends on a network of volunteers for animal rescue, pet foster homes, adoption events, and many other facets of our organization. We do not operate a pet shelter and conduct all adoption interviews virtually. We are a small group of volunteers trying to make a difference.
Using pet adoptions, spay & neuter programs, and public education events to raise awareness about the ethical treatment of animals and the ways animals can improve the human condition.
Adopt don't shop.
Founded in 2008 by a group of volunteers, we have helped find homes for hundreds of animals, and not just cats & dogs.
We depend on our network of volunteers to support our mission of solving the pet overpopulation problem.
- Adopt don't shop.
- Spay & neuter your pets.
- Consider volunteering at one or more of our adoption events. You are almost always guaranteed play time with puppies! Anyone 12 and older is eligible!
- Consider fostering. You get to choose your animal type, and if it isn't working out we will re-foster home the animal.
Interested in helping? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
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To help solve the pet overpopulation problem through pet adoptions, spay & neuter programs, public education about the ethical treatment of animals, and pet events to further public awareness.