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Alone

Every year, nearly 10,000 dogs and puppies become lost or abandoned on the streets of Miami-Dade county.

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Forgotten

Despite achieving their “no kill” mission by reaching the 90% survival rate benchmark, limited resources and capacity means that almost 2,000 dogs are euthanized each year in Miami-Dade shelters. 

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Redland Dog Sanctuary is partnering with volunteers, community leaders and other stakeholders to ensure that all dogs find the forever home they deserve. 

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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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Happy Beginnings

When it comes to dog rescuing, we come across a lot of sadness on the road to success. Look below for dogs that have gotten their new leash on life with their forever families...

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Bolt

Do you remember Bolt? He’s the beautiful white German Shepherd that Junior spotted roaming scared in the Redlands. ...
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Capone

Capone is currently enjoying his happily ever after home in New Hampshire. Julie and her son fell in...
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Canello

Bryan is the wonderful man who adopted a dog named Thor from us not too long ago. Bryan...
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Buttercup

Today was a great day as we wished Gracie, aka,Buttercup, a long and happy wonderful life. Buttercup was...
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Prince

Prince was found with his dead parent (RIP) a few days after the incident that took the poor...
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Zack

This was a very emotional adoption.  Birthday girl, Kayla, thought she was being taken horseback riding but found...
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Jake

We are so happy to announce that JAKE was adopted and has spent his first night in his...
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Thor

Happy and healed, Thor has finally found a HOME! He had spent one year waiting for his Pawrfect...
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We always need volunteers to groom, feed, & walk the dogs, set up & clean cages, and share awareness.

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Volunteers learn about the importance of what we do and why we do it. Persons age 12 and older (12-16 with parental supervision) are eligible to volunteer and can also receive community service hours.

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Still in need

At the sanctuary, we take care of these dogs and work daily to rehabilitate them and build their trust in humans

 

Pluto

Pluto and Nacim – Nascim and Pluto, what a great...
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Zoey

It’s official: Zoy found a beautiful home. Benjamin, you are...
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Thor

Happy and healed, Thor has finally found a HOME! He...
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Jake

We are so happy to announce that JAKE was adopted...
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Zack

This was a very emotional adoption.  Birthday girl, Kayla, thought...
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