Jesse Adams and Brielle Turpin founded RainCoast Dog Rescue Society in British Columbia, Canada, a non-profit organization that is based on rescuing and rehabilitating dogs from high kill shelters and/or abusive homes.
RainCoast Dog Rescue Society focuses on giving misplaced, neglected, and abandoned dogs a real chance at life by working with each dog on an individual basis. Many of the dogs that come into their care are from high kill shelters in California, Mexico and some are local surrenders from Vancouver Island. They believe that dogs are family and are to be treated as so and will do everything in their power to build up their confidence and trust so that they can be adopted out into responsible loving homes.
While RainCoast relies heavily on an extensive foster network comprised of volunteers, they have also recently acquired a large piece of land with a farm to care for their rescue dogs.
In addition to their amazing rescue work the RainCoast team also has anti abuse programs, anti abuse events, petitions and public interactions to shed light on animal abuse locally and globally.
SPCA International is proud to support RainCoast Dog Rescue Society and their continued efforts to provide dogs with the homes they rightly deserve.
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