Please Help Us Help The Dogs
Rogers' Rescues is an all-breed 501 (c)(3) non-profit dog rescue. We are 100% funded by adoption fees and donations. Donations can also be mailed to: Rogers' Rescues, 531 Route 22 East, Suite 191, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889
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Can you help with supplies?

We always need supplies to support our foster homes and the shelters we work with, including:
Dog food
Treats, biscuits, chews
Dishes, bowls, feeders
Clean up items
Grooming items
Crates
Plastic dog houses, tie outs, kennel runs
Agility equipment
Hard plastic kiddie pools
Toys, tennis balls
Beds, blankets
Doggie sweaters
Scat mats, bark collars, bitter apple, etc.
Dog back packs, life preservers
Collars, harnesses, leashes, treat bags
Car ramps, pet seat covers, seat belts, etc.
Pet strollers
Flea & Tick preventative, dewormers, vitamins, supplements
Eye/ear cleaner, bandages, pill cutters/crushers, E-collars
Cat beds, trees, window seats, litter boxes, food, toys, etc.

If you have any of these items, or even something animal-related that is not on the list, send an email to suppliescoordinator@rogersrescues.com.

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    Hunterdon Democrat, February 3, 2009

    When Beth Britton of Raritan Township began volunteering for Rogers' Rescues, an all-breed dog rescue group based in the county, her family was relieved. "Thank goodness you finally realized you can't rescue all the dogs in the world yourself," said her mother-in-law, Judy Britton, also of the township. Since 2006, she's played canine matchmaker, helping dogs in need find forever homes with area families seeking a new best friend. Read the whole story here.

     


    Our 1000th Adoption

    Goldie, the Corgi mix who was once a stray in rural Kentucky, was adopted by Jonathan and Kimberly Lutz on February 16, 2008, making her the 1000th dog adopted from Rogers’ Rescues and the second one the couple has adopted from us.

    Kimberly and Jonathan Lutz received a gift basket from Rogers’ Rescues to celebrate their adoption of the rescue’s 1000th dog, Goldie, seen on Kimberly’s lap. Jonathan gets a thank you kiss from Sadie, the first dog they adopted from the rescue.

    To celebrate Goldie’s place in the rescue's history, the Lutz family received a gift basket packed with toys, treats, and a cozy dog bed. Goldie also received two bowls personalized with “Rogers’ Rescues 1000th Dog”. Jonathan and Kimberly each received “My Dog Is One In A Thousand” t-shirts. “We are honored that we were chosen to be Goldie’s forever family,” says Jonathan Lutz. “The fact that she has this place in the rescue’s history, and that she now lives with another dog adopted from Rogers’ Rescues, makes it all the sweeter.”

    Goldie’s new routine is quite different from the life she was living just a few months ago. Goldie was a stray taken to a shelter in Leitchfield, Kentucky in July, 2007. At that time, she was suffering from Mange, a skin infection that requires intensive and consistent treatment. Hers was one of the worst cases the shelter had ever seen and after it cleared up in October, it recurred and she had to begin treatments all over again.

    “Goldie lived at the shelter from July through December,” remembers Jen Peters, Goldie’s foster mom. “She became such a favorite with the shelter people, when her day came to travel North into the care of Rogers’ Rescues, everyone at the shelter stopped by to say good-bye.”