Saving Paws Rescue, Inc. is 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue organization. Run entirely by volunteers, we rescue, care for and find homes for dogs. The animals that we rescue are saved from kill-shelters and other circumstances. We are committed to our animals from rescue to forever home. Saving Paws Rescue, Inc. is devoted to rescuing all animals in need, regardless of breed, age or medical status. We do not have a central facility for our dogs; they are all placed in foster homes. We adopt our animals to homes within 90 miles of White Plains, NY.
If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please fill out our Dog Adoption Application. If you can help by fostering one of our dogs in need, please fill out our Foster Application. For more information about fostering and why it is such a crucial part of our rescue, check out our resource section.
If you want to help the animals but cannot adopt or foster at this time, please consider helping us care for them with a 100% tax deductible donation, through our donation link below.
While our main goal always is to have our rescue dogs adopted into permanent loving homes, some of these animals, because of health or behavioral needs, cannot be adopted out but will stay with us in our Forever Care Program. These pets are given the special care they need and tons of love in their forever foster homes. Saving Paws Rescue, Inc. provides all the medical and other costs so these pets live out their lives loved and well cared for. Your generous support will allow us to continue to care for the dogs in this important life saving program.
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue our mission of finding loving homes for dogs in need. Transporting dogs to our rescue in NY costs in excess of $200 per dog. Your generous donation will help fund our mission.
Teo is just about a year old and is looking for a forever home. While shy at first, Teo quickly warms up to people and has a heart melting smile!
Teo is a very active pup who loves to hike and play. Here he is with some of his hiking buddies!
He is great with kids and dogs of all sizes. Due to his nature, Teo would do best in a home with another dog.
Braille traveled all the way from the Bahama's with a bunch of friends to find new home!
Found alone as a small pup he was abandoned because he was different.
Braille is blind in his right eye, but he's not different, has no special needs, other than to find a forever home where he can run and play
Braille is sweet, loving, independent and wants so much to be loved and part of a forever family. Interested in Braille? Please fill out an applicati
Liba is one of the happiest girls out there. Liba is around a year old, she is one of the pups that came from the Bahama’s to find love and her forever home.
Lomelie is a playful, happy go lucky 6-8 month old who loves toys, other dogs and is in search of a family of her own.
Hi I'm Chase! I am approx a year old and can be a little shy at first - but once i get to know you I am a super friendly guy!
I love to run around and play - I am good with kids and other dogs. I am approx. a year old and am looking for a family to love.
Hi I'm Cherry! I am approx a year old and I never stay still. Are you looking for a walking buddy? Cause I'm you're girl if you are.
I love to run around and play - I am good with kids and other dogs and I would love to have a forever home.
Hi I'm Bambi! I'm approx 12-18 months old and they tell me they think I'm part lab. I don't know what that means
but my foster mom says it's probably why I love to run around and play so much. I would love a yard to call my own not that I'm not wiling to share
As a matter of fact I would love to be adopted with my brother - but if that's not possible that's ok too.
Hi I'm Banjo I'm approx 12-18 months old lab mix - I love to run and play. I'm super friendly and am looking for a family to call my own.
I am pretty close to my sister Bambi so if you are interested in adopting 2 dogs can the other be her?
I love kids too! I live with 2 now at my foster home - do you have kids I can play with??
For every dog that gets adopted, we can save one more in his or her place. Our animals are primarily in a foster care environment, so we can best inform you of how they will be in your home. We are able to play match maker for you and your future dog based on energy level, whether or not you have children, your work schedule and more.
Foster homes are one of the most important elements of our rescue. We simply couldn’t function without them. Fostering gets the dogs out of the shelter, and allows us to save the lives of more animals. Shelters and boarding facilities are stressful, and cannot compete with the love and care provided in a foster home. With each pet fostered, we are able to save the life of another animal in need.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with transports, adoption applications, and even occasional help caring for the animals that are not in foster homes.
Items we always need for the care and well being of our dogs
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Looking for a way to help? We are in desperate need of fosters! Foster families allow us to save more dogs, check out our resource page for more information on fostering then head over to our foster application to make a big difference in a dog's life!