Adopt-A-Dog 35 years celebration will take place on Saturday, April 30th, at Doral Arrowwood This year we are hosting our 35th Anniversary of “Coming to the Rescue!” The event will take place on Saturday, April 30th, from 7pm to 11pm at Doral Arrowwood. The evening will consist of dinner, dancing and a silent auction. The […]
Adopt-A-Dog is excited to announce that we were featured in Inside Armonk’s article, Pets Make a House a Home. Adopt-A-Dog loves to get involved locally and was delighted Inside Armonk approached us for this piece. In the article, Kristen Rice, Executive Director of Adopt-A-Dog, mentions the benefits of having a pet. Rice also stresses in the article the importance of […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterdays Giving Day! Thanks to you, Adopt-A-Dog was in the top 20 recipients out of 418 other Nonprofits from the fundraiser! We can’t thank you enough for your continued support! We wanted to let those of you who read Benny’s Giving Day letter yesterday that he could not be more […]
Join us for our Anniversary Party! Being held on Saturday, April 30th from 7PM to 11PM at Doral Arrowwood, 975 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY, we are proud to celebrate 35 years of Coming to the Rescue and hope you can join us. Dinner, dancing, and a silent auction will be just a part […]
The Ugly Sweater Party held on Saturday evening was a tremendous success! Over $100,000 was raised to benefit the animals of Adopt-A-Dog. The party was thrown by Bebe and Michael Schudroff at Carriage House Motor Cars in Greenwich, CT. Attendees enjoyed food donated by L’Escale, Mount Kisco Smokehouse and Mulino’s of […]
Looking for a way to help but cannot bring a new pet into your home at this time? Consider sponsoring the care of a dog at our shelter! Starting as low as $10 a month, sponsorships allow Adopt-A-Dog to continue to provide a high level of care to our homeless pets awaiting their forever homes.
Want to make a difference in the lives of homeless pets? Join our volunteer program! If you have extra time in your day or if you cannot currently own a pet where you currently reside, volunteering allows you to fulfill your need by enriching both your lives and the lives of our dogs awaiting a new home.