The Dr. Jane’s HealthyPetNet Foundation is pleased to announce
one of its latest grant recipients, the Forte Animal Rescue (FAR). FAR well
represents the noble spirit of small rescues which are short on financial
backing but full of hope and strong in the belief they can affect positive
change in the lives of their rescued animals.
Based in Marina del Rey, CA, Forte Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer, nonprofit
rescue organization that’s also committed to fighting pet-overpopulation and
furthering the understanding of the human-animal bond through educational
programs and community activities. Since FAR’s founding in 2002, this small band
of devoted care providers have saved the lives of nearly 700 dogs!
Typically, this non-profit organization supervises the care of 40 to 50 canines.
Without a facility of their own, their rescued dogs stay with foster parents or
in an approved boarding house. FAR rescuers pride themselves in providing a 100%
no-kill safety net for abused, neglected and abandoned canines. More...