ALL ABOUT DOGS and CATS Resource Center for Canine & Feline Lovers
Before you contact a Breed Rescue group, make sure you have researched the breed thoroughly,
and are making a knowleadgeable decision that specific breed of dog is right for you and your
Review all the information available from Breed Specific Clubs and Kennel Clubs (the American
Kennel Club, the Canadian Kennel Club, the Westminster Kennel Club, the Kennel Club(UK), the
United Kennel Club USA and Canada, the National Kennel Club, the Australian National Kennel
Club and others)
If possible, visit a reputable breeder and ask questions. Be sure in your own mind and heart that
this is the right breed for you. Do not think that you can "try the breed out", and then dispose of
the pet if he doesn't suit you. Rescue pets have already undergone rejection (and in many cases
abuse) Rescue clubs are very careful about who they allow to adopt their charges.
Breed Rescue Clubs, Groups and Associations
Harrier to Löwchen
If you know of any reputable Breed Rescue Club which we have missed, please contact us with the website
information at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify Breed Rescue in the subject line.