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
Meet Our Volunteers!

Steph Lewandowski and her husband, Keith, have been volunteers with Rogers' Rescues since 2006. Read Steph's favorite things about being with the rescue.

Our Thanks!

Camp Bow Wow, Bridgewater, NJ

This wonderful day camp and overnight boarding facility is amazingly generous to the foster dogs of Rogers' Rescues.

Pets, Pets, Pets!

Pets, Pets, Pets in Califon, NJ generously donates high quality food and treats to help feed the dogs of Rogers' Rescues.

Freshpet Select

Freshpet offers an assortment of fresh foods and treats for your pets. And they graciously donate to help feed the foster dogs of Rogers' Rescues.

Cherrybrook Premium Pet Supplies

The company graciously donates supplies to help the foster dogs of Rogers' Rescues.

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
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

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Can you spare a few hours a month to help us
rescue dogs?

If you thought the only way you could help was by fostering, think again! Not every volunteer with Rogers’ Rescues fosters dogs. It truly “takes a village” to process applications, conduct home visits, help with events and fundraising, lend moral support, and more. Here are a few of the volunteer roles we could use your help with. To get started, fill out a volunteer application.



Phone Interviews
The first step after receiving an application is conducting a phone interview with the applicant. Volunteers are needed to schedule and conduct these interviews which normally take a little over 30 minutes. We work around your schedule!


Home Visits
All potential adopters require a home visit. Volunteers are needed to schedule and conduct these visits with people in their areas. These visits take about 20 to 30 minutes plus travel time and are often conducted on weekends.



Transport volunteers drive an hour or two away to meet up with other transport volunteers. If you only have time on the weekends to volunteer, this could be the opportunity for you. You will play an integral part in getting these dogs out of a shelter and into a rescue where they can start their new lives. 

Helpful Hands
Meet & Greet adoption events sometimes have more foster dogs than people. Can you spare a few hours of your time every few months to chat with potential adopters about our process and our dogs?





Training advice
Dogs who have spent time in a shelter often need help relearning basic obedience. And sometimes, once a dog is in our program, problems become evident that may have landed the dog in the shelter in the first place. If you can provide help – even if just once a year – we will sing your praises to the rooftops.
Event Coordinator/Fundraising
There are few things more important to the long-term success of a volunteer-run organization than fundraising. We have several fundraisers every year that are successful but we are always looking for fresh ideas and people interested in helping us run them.




Vacation Coverage for foster dogs
We welcome volunteers who can offer vacation coverage of just a week or 2 to our foster homes. You'll already know about the dog's personality and training, which makes it a great way to get started.


Foster home volunteers welcome our rescue dogs into their lives. While fostering is a big commitment it is also incredibly rewarding. Foster homes review the Petfinder pages of the shelters we work with and choose the dog they want to foster. The dog is transported to us and lives in the foster home as part of the family. We offer comprehensive online training as well as a huge foster home support network. You are never alone with any problems or questions that arise while fostering. Read more about fostering and our 10th anniversary goal here.

Rogers' Rescues is always in need of discounted veterinarian services. We pride ourselves on taking superior care of our dogs health. If you can help, please email us using the contact form on this page.


Pet Grooming, etc.
If you have a dog service and would like to donate occasional help to our foster homes and foster dogs, thank you! Please contact us.