Hubbard's Hounds Dog Rescue
PO Box 113, Homer, NY 13077
Giving dogs a second chance at life... One dog at a time!
Welcome to Hubbard's Hounds Dog Rescue. We've got lots of loving pups looking for their
very own human to love for the rest of their lives. WILL IT BE YOU?
URGENT!!! This is a V.I.P. RESCUE - and we need YOUR help.
Hubbard's Hounds gets requests
to take many dogs from all over the country. We refuse to take ONLY the cute, adoptable pups. No, we take any breed,
any size, with any issues... as long as we have a foster home who will care for them until we find their forever home.
This is a VERY IMPORTANT PUP who Hubbard's Hounds did not want to turn their back on. Her name
is Marci and is/was in
Texas. She was hit by a car and is now paralyzed in the back end.
We have a foster lined up to take her, and a
volunteer who is flying ROUND-TRIP on Wednesday 9/24, to pick her up and bring her to CNY. Hubbard's bought the
round-trip ticket to bring Marci home, but we're asking for our DONATIONS FROM OUR LOYAL SUPPORTERS to help us
offset this cost.
CAN YOU PLEASE DONATE TO HELP WITH MARCI'S RESCUE?
Just click the button and choose the amount you can donate.
All of us at Hubbard's Hounds thank you and MARCI THANKS YOU AS WELL:
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The joy of adopting a pet is a wonderful experience, but please remember it's a lifetime commitment!
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EMAIL US TODAY:
Sue Hubbard is the director of this dog rescue. You can contact her by email anytime and she will do her best
to get back to you within 24 hours. Unfortunately due to the number of applicants, phone calls are not accepted
and messages left will not be returned. We look forward to hearing from you via email. If you are planning on adopting, fill the application out as
soon as possible. Most of our dogs do not stay in foster homes for long.