Hello Folks !!
NOTE: We are a foster based (no facility), all volunteer rescue organization that receives no government grants or funding.
last updated: 6-17-20
We are humbled by the increase in the number of people interested in fostering and adopting during these unprecedented times. Despite these events we remain committed to our mission.
Due to a continued influx of applicants interested in adopting, we must from time to time pause accepting new applicants in order to process the applications we have already received. Whenever this is necessary we will reopen the application process as quickly as possible.
Unlike shelters, all of our dogs are in private foster homes and we are all volunteers.
As a foster based rescue, we do not operate under a first come first serve model. SNAR will review each application with the intent to find the best suited home for each individual dog.
When you complete your application please indicate if you are interested in being considered for other dogs. We will use this info in the event the one you have applied for has been adopted or is pending adoption. Not all of our available pets are listed for adoption. Once approved, we will provide you with a list of all dogs available for adoption including any not currently listed on our website.
Our volunteers are doing their very best to review and process applications, however we simply do not have the bandwidth to process all the applications received and respond to all the calls / emails and inquires individually.
We are all concerned for each other in these extraordinary times – you, our volunteers, and their families. If you have already applied and we are able approve your application we will let you know as quickly as possible.
We will continue to host individual meet ‘n greets with social distance protocols enforced for the dogs ready for adoption and will resume public adoption events as soon as we are safely able to do so.
If the dog you are interested in has been adopted, your approval will stay active for 60 days.
Stray Network Animal Rescue predominantly focuses on pregnant dogs, nursing mother dogs and their pups, and orphaned puppies. We rescue from very poor areas of the Mid-South. We provide food and veterinary care in the communities we rescue from.
Please consider making a donation to our rescue so we can continue our mission and to serve the communities we rescue from.
Thank you for understanding –
Stay home. Stay healthy. Flatten the curve !