Resources

Donations

Donations are always accepted. All cash donations are used to benefit shelter dogs and pups. Clean blankets, leashes, crates, and other supplies are also needed. If you would like to donate any of these items, please contact us.  If you would like to make a cash donation, please click on the PayPal Donate icon or send a check to:

Rescue for Love
c/o Kristi Blassberg
P.O. Box 666
Croton Falls, New York 10519

We are a non profit, 501(c)3 organization, so your donation is tax deductible.

Putnam County SPCA
To report animal cruelty in Putnam County, please call the humane law enforcement department at: 845-520-6915.

Westchester County SPCA
To report animal cruelty in Westchester County, please call the humane law enforcement department at: 914-941-7797.

 

Our Dogs

The shelters that we rescue from have purebreds, mixes, pups and seniors that are in grave danger of being euthanized. If our Petfinder site does not currently have the dog you’re looking for, please fill out an application and specify the type of dog you would like to adopt. We will search our network of shelters to find the right match for you.

Adoptable Pets from Rescue for Love

Contact Us

Rescue for Love
P.O. Box 666
Croton Falls, New York 10519

Phone: (914)582-7242
Email: rescueforlove
@rescueforlove.org

Donate As You Shop

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Ask The Vet

Ask The Vet Click on the above image for Ask The Vet.

Stop Puppy Mills
Click on the above image to sign the pledge to STOP Puppy Mills.

Mid-Hudson Subaru
Thank you Mid-Hudson Subaru for your $500+ donation.

Animal Kingdom USA
Thank you Animal Kingdom USA for your $500+ donation.

Welcome to our Web Site! We are so happy that you have decided to adopt a loving and loyal family member.

Rescue for Love

"A rescue dog is the most special of all dogs because they have walked alone and have felt hardships that most of us will likely never understand."

We are a non profit, 501(c)3 animal charity.

K9 & Equine Consultant - Rob Blassberg

K9 & Equine Consultant

Training you to understand and train your dog or horse. Have worked with all types of behavior issues from beginning to advanced.

Rob Blassberg
Phone: (914) 582-2467
Email: rob@rescueforlove.org
Web: www.k9equineconsultant.com

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Halloween is over and there's another fun holiday coming soon!

Thanksgiving is the day that we spend lots of time with our families and eat lots of good food. It's a great time of year! 

Your dog can have fun, too, if you remember that he needs love and attention during all of the holiday activity.

Here's a tip for you. Before all of the holiday activity starts take your dog for a long walk. Your dog will enjoy the activity and you will be giving him some exercise, which is good for his health and yours.

Also, tiring your dog out will help him to relax and behave better when all the company arrives. If you are going to someone else's house, your dog will sleep better while you're gone.

Holidays are fun for dogs. When they hear someone drive up they'll get excited, too. And when people arrive at the door, your dog may try to jump on the company. It's not good manners to let your dog jump on people.

Everyone will probably be very busy cooking and visiting with friends and relatives. Prepare your dog's regular meal and feed him before the company arrives.

There will be lots of tempting foods at your Thanksgiving table. Try not to feed your dog these foods. The wrong foods can upset your dog's stomach.

Turkey is great. It smells good and tastes even better. You might be tempted to give your dog some turkey when he looks at you with his big puppy-dog eyes. But remember that your dog's own food still provides him with the best vitamins. Meats that your dog doesn't usually eat may cause stomach upsets and your dog will not feel well.

Caution!

Bones from turkey and chicken can be very dangerous for your dog. They are just too small for any dog to chew on and they can be swallowed. These bones are very sharp and can hurt your dog. If you must feed your dog some turkey, give him only meat and be very careful there are no bones in it. Covering the trash will also keep your dog safe from these harmful bones.


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