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Who we are

Forever Home Rescue New England is a volunteer-run group that:

rescues homeless and unwanted dogs from high kill shelters, andrescues dogs from abusive and neglectful situations.

Our mission is to find loving forever homes for the dogs we rescue.

In the southern states where we find our dogs, the current laws do not favor animal rights. Abandoned, stray, and unwanted dogs are often euthanized after just a three day stay at a shelter, due to lack of room. Many of these dogs are sweet, loving animals. But they have been left to roam, are lost with no one trying to find them, or are dumped by the side of the road due to lack of owner commitment.

All of our posted dogs are currently living in our network of foster homes in the South and in New England, being lovingly cared for while they await their forever homes. Their fosters have a chance to observe them in all types of situations with children, other dogs, with cats so that we can determine if a dog has any issues that would make it suitable for only certain types of homes.

As of May, 2009, we have also begun taking a few local dogs through the Animatch program in MA (Pets in Limbo Out There) to help rehome some of our local pets displaced by the current economy.

Please enjoy reading about each of the wonderful dogs we have posted and consider whether you can provide one of them a loving forever home.

How to reach us

We have a quarantine facility at 106 Adams St, Medfield, MA but we are only open for visitors on Mondays from 3-5pm and some Saturdays (watch our Open House page for the Saturday open houses). You can call us at 508-359-4465, but it may be a couple of days or more before we can answer. The best way to contact us is to email us, since most of us work full time jobs but can access email at points during our day. Our email address is We are on email from early morning till late at night.

Joanne, Terry, Linda, Kathy,Christine, Julie, Barrie, Pam, and Annette

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