Home for Good Dog Rescue Celebrates 300th Adoption

Tails wagged, hearts leaped, and applause filled the PetSmart pet supplies store branch in Millburn on March 12: Summit’s Home for Good Dog Rescue marked its 300th dog adoption since being founded in August of last year.

The non-profit group’s mission is to rescue, nurture, and find homes for dogs who might otherwise be killed. Home for Good is not a shelter–it is a network of volunteer foster owners who nurture dogs until they can find permanent homes. Organizer Ailee Sommers said the animals come from local shelters, pet rescue groups that save abandoned dogs, and “high-kill” shelters, where dogs who aren’t adopted are euthanized.

See more here: Home for Good Dog Rescue Celebrates 300th Adoption – Summit, NJ Patch.