A successful Rescue program is based on two important resources – people and financial support. NCA Rescue has deep commitments of both.
People – Rescue volunteers provide foster care, transportation, counseling, fundraising, and many other essential functions.
Financial support – Generous donors provide the means to sustain this vital function of the Newfoundland Club of America Charitable Trust – Newfoundland Rescue.
Rescue workers cultivate relationships with veterinarians, boarding facilities, groomers, animal control officers and even puppy mills, in order to be prepared for quick action when needed.
Recently a team of NCA Rescue workers tapped all of those resources to accept two male Newfs from a county Animal Control Officer who convinced a dog producer to surrender the Newfs. Transportation was arranged to the boarding facility and veterinary care and grooming was scheduled.
Donations for memorials, bequests, and added to dues renewals, etc. underwrite these Rescue services.
Thank YOU for your wonderful support for NCA Rescue.