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With a series of exciting personnel shifts at Dog House Adoptions, we’d like to re-introduce ourselves! All 3 of us have been involved with Dog House Adoptions for some time, Audra being a founding member, and we have come to love this organization enough to serve as its legal guardians.
Dog House Adoptions says a bittersweet goodbye to two founding members, Kim and Tim Clune, but only in terms of board participation. We are beaming with excitement about their new directions, their continued support for Dog House Adoptions and each other, and their many years of continued service to rescue dogs.
Zachary, at just 8 years old, sees a photograph of an ailing dog on his mom’s computer. His tender heart is so moved that he makes his upcoming birthday wish right then and there.
Wolf family legacy of animal advocacy ensures lasting pet connections through microchips with a grant from the ASPCA
There are no words for how much we appreciate the Wolf family’s support. Where words fail, actions speak loudest. Developing a sustainable microchip program that will help dogs in such a monumental way feels most fitting. We promise, Ina and Richard, to employ this in a manner that would make you proud.
Thank you for celebrating Dog House Adoptions’ 2nd birthday, and a long, healthy life for you and your pets!
Cassie Costantino Hayden joins the Board of Dog House Adoptions and her pet sitting kennel business, Oliver’s Way, is now also home to DHA’s tippy top dogs!
To the students, faculty and staff of the Brunswick/Brittonkill Central School District , Dog House Adoptions and CAPP salutes your kindness and support!
Gabrielle, a name meaning heroine, is truly a hero having worked with many of the 35 dogs placed during Dog House Adoptions’ first year.