Rescue saves dogs on shelter euthanasia lists

Copper's Dream Rescue

4085 Cesar Chavez Street
San Francisco, California 94131
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Local Phone: (415) 779-5474

Copper's Dream Rescue mission is to end the euthanasia of adoptable dogs and cats in the United States through increasing public awareness, taking legal action that will benefit shelter animals, and by rescuing dogs and cats scheduled for euthanasia and placing them in permanent and loving homes.

Please note that this rescue does not have a physical location, because they foster all of their dogs. Please call the number listed if you would like to meet one of the dogs on their website.

Dog rescue, San Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco County, Santa Clara County, Marin County, Jennifer Wang

Adoptable puppy HutchAs a teen growing up in Cupertino, Jennifer Wang volunteered at a local shelter, only to be horrified at the number of cute, healthy animals who never made it out alive. As a student at Stanford, she founded the Stanford Animal Action Group, which raised funds for no-kill shelters in the area. After graduating from Harvard Law School, she wanted to do more, so she joined forces with her younger sister Samantha to found Copper's Dream Rescue, named after her beloved childhood pet, a cocker spaniel who delighted the family with his antics. Thanks to a team of fosters and volunteers, not to mention a lot of community support from local veterinarians, in just a few years Copper's Dream has been able to rescue over 500 dogs from high-kill shelters around California, and place them in loving homes through its adoption events around the Bay Area (the next one's August 25th in Berkeley). A recent rescue, currently being fostered in the East Bay, is cute shepherd mix puppy Hutch; see him and the other adoptables here. Photo: Hutch — Copper's Dream  more »
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