FOLLOW YOUR HEART ANIMAL RESCUE

Matthew Teneyck Community-Partner4

http://www.followyourheartanimalrescue.org

Follow Your heart Animal Rescue…

is a 501(c) (3) organization with a simple mission- saving animals. To us, Follow Your Heart is more than just a name; it is our driven purpose. We are an all foster based rescue in Mesa, Arizona. By foster, we mean that there are loving people who willingly take in these beautiful transient creatures and do their very best to provide them with safety, security and love.

Throughout our history…

we have saved thousands of dogs from euthanasia, many of them simply because of their breed, their age, physical disabilities, illnesses or just plain fear. This is the core of why we do what we do. While we openly take in puppies and dogs who are in good shape, our focus is on saving those who are most likely to be thrown away, abandoned and unloved. This organization was founded on the principle that all life is precious and should be given the chance to be loved, cherished and cared for.

Our mission…

is to reduce the number of homeless and euthanized pets by rescuing the dogs whose lives and/or well-being are at risk. We provide them with basic needs and care and place them with loving families. We do our best to eliminate the stigma of “un adoptability” brought on by breed, age, and physical condition.

We work toward…

We work toward creating a world where every dog can enjoy a loving home and provide a way for the public to find their perfect family addition. In order to fulfill this mission, Follow Your Heart will engage in the following activities:

Foster Program…

Animals will be rescued from shelters and placed in temporary foster homes to save them from being euthanized. During this time, animals will be provided with proper nutrition, shelter and analysis to determine appropriate long term housing.

Adoption Services…

the organization will work to find each animal that is rescued a forever home that is willing and able to make the long term commitment to a family pet.

Public Education…

Abuse, neglect and irresponsible pet ownership leads to thousands of animals being killed each year. One way to combat these issues is through continued public education to not only raise awareness about animal abuse, but also promote responsible pet ownership.

Medical Treatment…

Animals rescued will be provided proper medical treatment as needed.