Barktails on D
A Cocktail reception in support of Last Hope k9 Rescue
September 18, 2018
Lawn on D, Boston, MA
Last Hope K9 has almost 700 active Volunteers. since their inception in 2012 6,711 dogs have been saved.
859 dogs have been saved between January 2018 and July 2018 alone.
Last Hope hosted 54 adoption events so far in 2018
Last Hope volunteers have microchipped 783 dogs so far in 2018
161 dogs have undergone heartworm treatment with Last Hope
Last Hope has onboarded 150 new foster families in 2018
Proud supporters of Last Hope K9 include RSM, Titos Vodka, FMC Ice Sports, NER New England Recycling, Summit Dog co, John Hancock Investments, JessFoto, New York Life Moussa Bechara, Kristin Weekley HomesbyWeekley.com, LAER realty, Allyson Ferrando Realtor, Crate Escape and Suite Escape, Fairway Mortgage, JP Marvel WEalth Management, Red Dog Resort and Spa, A Fox & Hound Harborside, J Calnan and Associates.
A little about Last Hope K9:
Last Hope K9 is a 501(c)(3) all-breed rescue dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters throughout the United States. They don’t discriminate on the basis of age, pre-existing medical conditions, or breed because every animal deserves to know love.
As the literal “last hope” of the animals we serve, we work methodically to place each of our dogs within a stable, loving environment that can act as either their FURever home or their foster home, the gateway to their forever home.
They do not have a physical shelter; their dogs are placed in loving foster homes where they are nurtured, trained, and loved until they find their FURever homes. They strive to ensure that all of their adoption and foster placements are the optimal fit for everyone involved.
LHK9 also seeks to educate the communities in which we work. From spay and neuter programs, the importance of preventatives, and anti-breed legislation, they actively work to inform the public about these important topics.
Since our establishment in March 2012, LHK9 has found FURever homes for over 5,550 dogs and we could not do this work without our amazing volunteers, donors, adopters, and partners!