Back Roads Animal Rescue is expanding. Due to the lack of committed foster families we need to find better use of our current resources. Most of the dogs are housed at the founder's home and luckily they have a lot of land. But the land needs to be prepared for safely containing more dogs.
Right now there are several free standing kennels but they are mostly used just to quarantine animals while they are on stray hold. The idea for this expansion is to create a more natural environment where the dogs can run and play, swim, and rest. There is currently one pasture that is fenced with barbed wire so the fence posts are in place. The barbed wire will be removed and new fencing will be installed. Then shelters/houses will be placed so that all dogs can have a place to sleep.
No dogs will be placed in the pasture without temperament testing as we do not want any dogs harmed due to fighting. We don't intend for the pasture to hold more than 15 dogs at a time, and dogs will be allowed out when an adult is present to supervise them. Once this project is complete we will be starting on a cat project.
To donate, visit
www.backroadsrescue.com/donate or https://www.youcaring.com/backroadsanimalrescueinc-876729