Heer to Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 Dog Rescue based out of Lake Elsinore, California. We operate solely on donations made by the public We are very passionate about helping animals in need. Abandoned, unwanted and unloved animals should not be euthanized in our shelters! We work very hard to ensure that every animal that we help receives proper medical attention, vaccinations, microchips and that they are spayed or neutered. We also introduce the dogs to the structure, boundaries and consistency they need in order to set them up for success. Please help support our mission by donating, liking and sharing our website and facebook posts. We do not discriminate against the age, breed, or medical status of a dog that needs help. Every pet deserves a home where they can receive the proper medical care, training, structure, love and care that they deserve. Our goal is to place each pet with a family that is perfect for them. We are a small team of volunteers and we like the idea of quality over quantity. We dedicate loads of time, energy and soul, into every animal that we help, and we feel that in order to provide the best care to each pet we help, its important not to over stretch our limits or funding. Our intakes are chosen based on a multitude of circumstances so that we can ensure we can provide the care each pet deserves. Because we are a small rescue, your support is even more appreciated. It is also our goal to help educate the public as well as our adopters on dog behavior, proper methods of training and leadership, as well as the importance of spay, neuter and microchipping your pets. We want to help reduce euthanasia and keep dogs with their families when possible.
Our mission is to save as many dogs in need as we can without compromising the quality of care we provide for them. Each dog has a unique personality, behavioral and medical needs, and we recognize that our help should be tailored to those specific needs. Our goal is to help reduce the population of homeless animals by spaying, neutering and microchipping all of the pets that come through our program. We also aim to reduce the risk of euthanasia through educating the community on dog behavior and training and providing life saving medical care.