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Big Hearts Bring Critical Care To Remote Communities

Read All About It! Recently Big Heart Rescue was profiled in an article written by Kathy Powelson.  We’d love to share the link to the full article – which speaks of the importance of bringing critical care to remote communities, as well as our drive to raise funds for a mobile animal surgical unit for remote BC coastal communities via the Pepsi Refresh Project.

Click here to read the full article by Kathy Powelson 

What’s With All The Questions?

Why do rescue organizations like Big Heart ask so many questions of potential adopters? For some answers, check out“Those darn dog rescues with all of their rules and questions – what gives?”  by Penny Elms for Examiner.com .

To make a long story short, we’ll quote directly from the article: “Rescue organizations find some phenomenal homes – amazing people are out there. That being said, so many of the dogs in rescue are amazing too. They are worth the time and effort and they deserve the exceptional home. They deserve a home that will keep them until the end of their days.”

Click here to read the article – it’s well worth it.  To submit an adoption application for an animal from Big Heart Rescue, please click here.

BHR Recognized in WSPA Magazine

The World Society For The Protection of Animals (WSPA) recently included Big Heart Rescue in their Member Society 2010 achievements. The article recognized Big Heart Rescue by saying, “BHR proved once again that their model for assisting First Nations communities with dog management is top notch! In Bella Coola BC over 200 companion animals were vaccinated and treated with by volunteer vets and technicians. Hundreds of community members also received education about how to be responsible pet owners.”

Click here to read the full online version of the WSPA magazine…

Field Notes From Bella Coola

World Society For The Protection of Animals (WSPA) recently highlighted Big Heart Rescue in their magazine, WSPA News.  The article entitled “Field Notes from Bella Coola” was written by Josey Kitson, who oversees Canada’s WSPA’s First Nations Dog Project.

Click here to read the article…

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