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American Dog Rescue

100% of your donations to ADR go to projects.

We help dogs find a forever home.

We support projects that make a difference locally, nationally, and globally.

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#BillionDogs

Our programs have sterilized thousands of street dogs to prevent the births of more than 1 billion unwanted animals.

Service Dogs for Service Vets

We train service, support, and companion dogs and match them with military veterans in need.

Emergency Mobilization

Beginning with Hurricane Katrina, ADR has sponsored post-disaster animal rescues around the country.

Humane Support

Our operational support to state and local humane societies enables them to rescue and care for more

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To contact American Dog Rescue for assistance or for press opportunities, please fill out the contact form below or call 888-487-6447.

Online Donation

Make a contribution using your credit/debit card or Paypal account. American Dog Rescue is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization EIN#27-0763331. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided by American Dog Rescue in return for this contribution.

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Offline Donation

Send your offline check or money order to:

American Dog Rescue 11231 US Highway 1, Suite 420 North Palm Beach, FL 33408

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Our Angel Network

American Dog Rescue carefully chooses the partners with which it works.

“We work with organizations that we know will achieve their goals,” Arthur says. “I am thrilled to be able to put the skills I have learned over a long business career to help them make it happen. Through ADR, I assist them in managing projects, handling administrative duties, and covering logistical and overhead costs. That way these dedicated individuals can concentrate their efforts where they do the greatest good – saving dogs and other animals and finding them good ‘fur-ever’ homes.”

The organizations in American Dog Rescue’s network often represent the last hope for millions of homeless, abandoned, and unwanted animals. ADR makes it easy for you to support the wonderful people involved in this worthy mission. Donating through ADR ensures your contribution stretches to its fullest extent. Even a few dollars can provide temporary shelter and a nourishing meal to an animal that otherwise would have none. Our partners are involving saving individual doges from abusive, neglectful environments as well as initiating programs to improve the lots of all disadvantaged animals in their regions. Help us save one more dog! Your donation will help our angels vet potential adopters, cover medical attention these dogs may need, transport animals to sustaining shelters, and unite them with the people who will love and care for them for the rest of their. lives Here are some ways American Dog Rescue makes the world a better place for dogs and the people who love them:

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#billiondogs

Sterilization of hundreds of thousands of street dogs around the world to prevent the birth of more than 1 billion unwanted and homeless animals.

Service Dogs for Service Vets

Training service, support, and companion dogs and matching them to mobility-challenged and disabled service members.

Emergency Response

Beginning with Hurricane Katrina, ADR has sponsored post-disaster animal rescues around the country.

Humane Support

Financial, managerial, marketing, and operational support to state and local humane societies and other organizations dedicated to the cause of dog rescue and animal welfare.

Tomorrow’s Leaders

Mobilizing teams of animal advocates who teach young people the importance of caring for animals and inspiring them to take up the cause.

Our Network

American Dog Rescue believes in helping all animals. Here is a partial list of our affiliates and some of the other animal foundations we support.

Challenges We Face

American Dog Rescue affiliates with dog welfare organizations across the U.S. and around the world to address many of the animal-related challenges we face as a society:

Shortage of animal shelters and funding to support them

Lack of resources to rescue pets and livestock following natural disasters

Critical need for eye, heart, and other costly surgeries to give animals a chance at finding a home and living a normal life

Prevalence of puppy mills that contribute to pet overpopulation and discourage adoption

Clubbing deaths of baby seals to fuel the demand for their fur

Loss of habitat around the globe

Abandonment of circus and theme park animals

Penning of foxes and coyotes to be ripped apart by hunting dogs in training

Dogfights and cockfights staged for gambling purposes

Horrific trade in dog meat in some countries and cultures

Veterans with PTSD and other people with unfilled needs for service dogs

An entrepreneur and international investor, Arthur E. Benjamin’s philanthropic foundations support a range of causes. In addition to American Dog Rescue, he funds and supports programs aimed at expanding educational opportunity and researching the prevention, treatment, and cure of breast cancer.

TV Shows

Honoring dogs that have rescued their people and served their communities.

Airing from 2012 through 2014 on KTXA Channel 21 in Dallas, these pup profiles continue to resonate. Produced by Arthur Benjamin and ADR, “For the Love of Dogs” reinforces the connection between humans and their canine pals. The show also featured interviews with dog welfare leaders, animal care products, shelter profiles, and more. Click the links below to view our archived episodes.

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Contact Us

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[email protected]
888-487-6447
11231 US Highway 1, Ste. 420, North Palm Beach, FL 33408

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