Since 2002, Rogers' Rescues has found loving homes for more than 1,500 dogs of all breeds!
Rogers' Rescues is a network of dog rescue volunteers spread from New Jersey to Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Our volunteers commit their free time to helping place homeless dogs into loving adoptive homes. All Rogers' Rescues foster dogs currently live as members of the family with foster home volunteers. This foster care environment enables us to evaluate the dogs in real life situations and provide more information to potential adopters. To check out some of our currently adoptable dogs, visit our Foster Dogs page or Petfinder.
Please help us fund Breezy's $3500 surgery.
Just over two years ago, poor Breezy was dumped at a rural Kentucky shelter along with her two pups and shortly thereafter made the journey to Rogers' Rescues. She has been in foster care for two years and has recently had surgery for a torn cruciate in her leg. Read her entire story HERE. Please click HERE to help fund Breezy's surgery!
Learn more about our mission by watching this documentary.
In the fall of 2007, a group of volunteers from Rogers' Rescues visited some of the rural shelters we work with to meet the staffs and bring home adoptable dogs. We took filmmaker Adam Bauser along to document the journey.
You don't have to adopt to make a difference in the lives of our dogs.
Rogers' Rescues is an all-breed 501(c)(3) non-profit dog rescue. We are 100% funded by adoption fees and donations. We appreciate your support!