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Welcome to Valhalla Rescue!

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We are a 501c3 charity, specializing in helping dogs in our community and beyond. Our focus is on  medical and special needs dogs, but we are dedicated to helping all animals in time of crisis.

As a progressive animal rescue, we work to provide an alternative to death row or a life languishing on a chain and left outdoors, ignored and in the elements. We know there are alternatives to euthanasia due to treatable medical conditions and we help provide those resources.

We are dedicated to working with professionals in our community and beyond to ensure that every animal in our program gets the best in modern medical care until we can find them forever homes.

We are  100% volunteer and 100% of all donations go directly to the care of the dogs in our programs.

 

This is a picture of Princess when she was help captive at Olympic Animal Sanctuary in Forks, WA

This is a picture of Princess when she was help captive at Olympic Animal Sanctuary in Forks, WA

 

Princess, former OAS dog hanging out with her foster  mom, Patti, at Valhalla Rescue

Princess, former OAS dog hanging out with her foster mom, Patti, at Valhalla Rescue

 OUR MISSION

Valhalla Canine Rescue’s mission is to help improve the lives of animals through rescue and education programs. We specialize primarily in Canines, but assist all animals in times of need. Our volunteers are experienced animal advocates and most are professionals in a variety of animal care and behavior fields. Our mission is to:

• Rescue neglected, abused, abandoned and otherwise needy animals in our region.
• Provide family style environments, training and medical care for animals in our program while awaiting adoption in forever homes.
• Reduce animal neglect and cruelty and also improve public safety by providing education materials and programs on all aspects of animal care, training and overall basic canine behavior.
• Establish community support programs and help establish disaster preparedness protocols to provide safe evacuation and sanctuary to animals in times of crisis and emergencies.

We abide by the NAIS code of Rescue Ethics

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