High Sierra Animal Rescue 2017

If you seek a companion for your High Sierra adventures, look no further than Jack, seen here enjoying an outing to the Feather River with his friends at High Sierra Animal Rescue. This guy, believed to be a Lab/pug mix, may be small, but he's got a bigger dog's adventurous spirit. At 6, he's ready to join you on the trail, at the shore, and also in some cozy relaxing when day is done. Read more.

High Sierra Animal Rescue

Founded in 1999, High Sierra Animal Rescue's mission is to rescue homeless, adoptable pets—mainly dogs but some cats—and to provide them with the care they need until they can be placed in permanent, loving homes. To date the organization has rescued more than 3,000 animals.  Its key focus is managing the local animal population through aggressive spay and neuter programs, humane education and responsible pet ownership. It works through coalitions and formal agreements with other rescue groups to improve the adoption process. Read more.

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