National all breed 501(C)(3) non-profit – NY New Hope Partner.
HPR’s mission is to rescue, assist, re-home and rehabilitate animals and people alike when Mother Nature strikes.
Between disasters we concentrate on regular day to day rescue work.
Our goal and vision is a NO KILL world where one day we do not have to rescue anymore.
GABRIELA is one of them.
What we do
We work towards disaster relief preparedness, rescue, and the education of pet owners so that NO animal will be left behind when disaster strikes.
Nationwide we assist with hands-on efforts in disaster areas and try to assist families (especially low income) with resources to save their pets when the worst happens.
We work long and hard towards a No Kill Nation, towards a world where one day there will be no more homeless pets.
We do this by implementing neighborhood spay – neuter programs as well as TNR (Trap Neuter and Release of feral cats) in different communities in South Florida with the goal of limiting the number of animals that enter county shelters.
We promote and educate the public about adopting animals vs. buying.
HPR strongly opposes breed discrimination, also called breed specific legislation or BSL, which arbitrarily targets particular dogs because of their appearance or perceived breed. We work with other rescues and individuals to educate the public so the “deed” is punished and NOT “THE BREED”.
We work nationwide together with other rescue groups to make sure that victims of dog fighting are given every chance to be adopted or placed with appropriate organizations.
We remember Michael Vick all too well and we will never forget…
We stand united with animal welfare groups nationwide in the fight to shut down puppy mills.
Since our inception in 2005 our disaster relief team of volunteers has responded to both natural and man-made disasters. All of our volunteers are CART certified and well prepared to handle any situation thrown to them. They are always on stand by and ready to go when a deployment call is made. HPR has placed, rescued and reunited hundreds of pets for disaster areas all over the country. Disaster relief volunteer deployment is only possible through donations from the public that help us to continue our mission.