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
Read About Our 4th Annual Shelter Trip

Click here to read heartwarming (and heartbreaking) posts from our volunteers who are visiting the rural shelters we work with to bring back foster dogs!

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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We offer our hands and our hearts to overcrowded shelters in rural areas.

Most of Rogers’ Rescues foster dogs are rescued from shelters in West Virginia and Kentucky. Shelters in these areas are in desperate need of help because:

Most dogs in the area are not spayed or neutered, resulting in many unwanted litters.

The population in these regions is sparse, the shelters can’t possibly find homes for all the unwanted dogs.

Rogers’ Rescues is one of many rescues who provide help to these Southern shelters by offering some of their dogs a new chance at life.

Once a year, a group of Rogers’ Rescues volunteers travels to some of the shelters to meet staff and offer support. The hardworking people in these rural shelters face life and death decisions every day. We are honored to ease their burdens when we can.

Here is a short documentary about our first shelter trip.