THE FARMNo-Kill Dog Rescue
The Farm Dog Rescue, working
hard to make a difference in our
community. Even the smallest
contribution becomes part of a huge change.
Welcome to The Farm!
The Farm Dog Rescue is working hard to make a difference in our community. Even the smallest contribution becomes part of a huge change.
Save an Animal!
What We Are About
A no kill rescue working tirelessly to improve animal welfare in Martin County. Our promise to you is when you adopt from The Farm Dog Rescue we will see you all the way through. We do meet and greets with you as well as with your pets. Our dogs go out fully vetted, spayed/neutered and temperament tested. Because our rescue dogs live in foster homes we have a handle on their personalities and they have been acclimated to a home environment. When you adopt from The Farm you have our promise, we’re with you all the way!
We are a foster based rescue, so all dogs are in private homes. If you see a dog that you like please complete an application on the adoption page. A home check and vet check will be done and then you will be contacted to setup a meet and greet. The adoption fee for all dogs is $200, and that includes spay/neuter, shots and a chip. We are also chipped to the dog as they are forever our responsibility. We do get multiple applications on dogs and try to keep you informed if the dog has been adopted and we will keep your application on file for another dog.
Please note that The Farm Dog Rescue does not adopt or take in dogs from out of state. Thank you.
Taco’s Beer and Dogs Country Concert
There are so many ways!
Bonnie the Bulldog! She is so sweet. She has got some energy and is ready to play.
She is a 10 year old female Pomeranian. Pepper loves to go for a walk and gives kisses.
What we do
The Farm Dog Rescue values our community and we will be providing educational pet safety and care classes in schools. Check out our events page (coming soon) to see when the next class is.
SPAY & NEUTER
We believe that spaying and neutering is the solution to pet overpopulation. We will be offering free spay and neuter events in the future.
FEEDING OUR COMMUNITY
We want to feed our community dogs in need. We will be making our monthly dog food delivery. If you or a friend need a little help sign up under “I need help” or email us your address. Take what you need, give when you can.
Please text or call at 772-224-3323 us and we will happily pick up donations. We are always looking for things like slip leads, puppy and dog food, nylabone toys, dog treats, poop bags, and dog beds. Thank you for your support!
The Farm Dog Rescue
The Farm Dog Rescue is a no kill dog rescue supporting animal welfare in Martin County Florida. We rescue and adopt dogs, educate people and help animals in need within our community. The Farm Dog Rescue has made it a priority to provide spay and neuter to reduce pet overpopulation in Martin County.
The Farm Dog Rescue is qualified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. The Farm Dog Rescue ensures that your hard-earned dollars go toward improving the lives of animals.
Checks can be sent to The Farm Dog Rescue, PO Box 1542, Palm City, FL 34991 or donate online from our website thefarmdogrescue.com. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check us out on Facebook.
Why Pet Adoption?
Adopting From The Farm
Animal rescue groups such as The Farm are full of happy, healthy pets just waiting for someone to adopt them. A lot of these pets wound up there because of a problem like a move, or a divorce, not because the animals did anything wrong. A lot of the rescue aniamls are already house-trained and used to living with families.
Finding the Perfect Pet
When you are ready to adopt a pet, you can browse through the available rescue dogs that The Farm has available by clicking below. There are several to choose from! Rescue groups are smart choices when looking for a pet. These organizations give shelter, provide veterinary care, and find homes for unwanted animals.