Wet Nose Rescue is an all breed dog rescue, based in Feasterville, Bucks County Pennsylvania. We are totally foster based and while we have an adoption center, we do not kennel dogs there. Our Adopt, Shop and Training Center is located at 14425 Bustleton Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19116 our entrance is on Philmont Avenue. Our Center offers adopters the opportunity to purchase all their adoption needs in one spot as well as sign up for dog training classes on site. Our hours at the Adoption Center are by appointment only.
Wet Nose Rescue is very active doing all types of rescue events. In the Spring we host The Wet Nose Rescue Spring Pet Fair at Warminster Community Park, we do the Langhorne Rotary Club Pet Fair and the John Debella Dog Walk as well as the Bensalem Fall Festival. We also host a designer Bag Bingo in the fall, a Christmas Party and Leprechaun Bash Beef and Beer around Saint Patrick's Day, watch our calendar for upcoming events!
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Volunteers are our lifeline and we are always in need of more volunteers who are willing to give a few hours whenever they can. We need volunteers on transport days when out of state transports come into our adoption center with dogs and puppies. We also need volunteers on days when we do events to set up, break down and participate in rescue events to get the word out about Wet Nose Rescue.
I looked at the caged animals in the shelter. . . the cast offs of human society. I saw in their eyes, love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal and I was angry.
“God” I said, “this is terrible. Why don't you do something…?”
God was silent for a moment and then he spoke softly. “I have done something” he replied, “I created you.”
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