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The Rescued Rescuers: Dachshunds and Friends of the Emerald Coast

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The Rescued Rescuers, Inc. is an all-volunteer organization located in the Panhandle of Florida. We are a charitable, 501c3 not for profit organization that exists for the sole purpose of rescuing & rehabilitating unwanted Dachshunds and other breeds in need.

The Rescued Rescuers was founded to assist with the safety and welfare of Dachshunds and and other dog breeds along the panhandle of Florida. The humans behind this organization are made up of experienced pet owners and rescuers with many years of rescue work and experience. The Rescued Rescuers are just that, once rescued dogs on a mission to save the world one fellow Dachshund and four legged friend at a time. Our organization is not a shelter, the rescues stay in an “in-home” setting with volunteer foster families. These foster families provide a loving environment and care as the foster dogs are vetted and are searching for their forever homes. We hope you will come with all of us on this adventure as we save countless dogs and give them a second chance at a new life!

Join The Rescued Rescuers and take a unique look into dog rescue through the eyes and perception of once rescued dogs as they embark on a journey to save fellow Dachshunds and other furry friends. Our motto is "by the dogs, for the dogs" as what we humans behind the scenes do is all about the dogs and the dogs only. Follow along as our former rescues aka "board members" rescue, rehabilitate and  re home fellow dogs in need and get a glimpse inside the world of rescue through the eyes of dog's who were once in need of rescue themselves and have been through the process of being rescued and placed into loving homes.

WeRescueDogs.org
TheRescuedRescuers@gmail.com 

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