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Sebec, ME 04481
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8/12/2021 5:55 PM

Give a Dog a Home Rescue - Helping Others


Along with saving dogs and cats from the high kill shelters in Texas, from the horrors of Kabul, Afghanistan and also the atrocious meat trade in China and South Korea, Give a Dog a Home Rescue is also focused on helping others wherever and however we can.

Running any kind of non-profit is challenging and with Covid19 hitting everyone hard, so many more obstacles have been put in everyone's path.

With the forward thinking, planning and creating resources here at the rescue in Sebec, Maine, we have been able to help others both locally and across the US.

Nothing that we do, could be done without the help of the amazing volunteers and support from people far and wide, including my home country of England. Together with our local community, partnering with other organizations and having the drive and commitment, Give a Dog a Home Rescue has many plans to achieve so much more, whilst continuing to stay focused on our ultimate goal, mission and passion to save animals that are in need.

November 2019

Became partners with the Greater Good Charities Rescue Bank

March 2020

GaDaH President/Founder, Jenny Cope became certified with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, with the primary focus on Incident Command & Animals in Disasters

March 2020

GaDaH President/Founder, Jenny Cope became a certified as a "Dog Bite Prevention Educator" through the DogNostics Career Center.


September 2021

10,000 pounds of dog and cat food along with supplies to Hurricane Ida Victims

January 2022

4,000 pounds of cat litter donated to local cat rescues

February 2022

President/Founder, Jenny met with Piscataquis County Management Team to start discussions to set up a County Animal Response Team


March 2022

We were invited to partner with Petco Love and join their new national Free Vaccine Campaign

March 2022 

We were awarded a grant to use and distribute two truckloads (3,000 beds per truck) of dog beds in partnership with and the Greater Good Rescue Bank