SENC Rescue Committee
SENC Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit organization recognized by the AKC-sanctioned Newfoundland Club of America to do all in its power to protect and advance the interests of Newfoundland dogs.
The purpose of SENC Rescue, Inc’s program is to rescue unwanted or homeless Newfoundland dogs and place them in good homes. We work within the guidelines of the Newfoundland Club of America's Rescue Committee.
It is our belief that a Newfoundland dog should not be acquired casually or disposed of lightly but sometimes an owner's circumstances change and the Newf is found to be unsuited to his/her present home. It is on these rare occasions that we try to find a permanent new home where the Newfoundland will be loved and respected for its unique combination of qualities.
A Newf is a very large commitment and will be part of your family for the next several years, therefore, it is very important that you understand exactly what owning and caring for one means. Newfs are wonderful dogs but they do require a lot of time, dedication and lots of love…love that they give back two-fold.
SENC Rescue, Inc maintains a waiting list of pre-screened adoptive homes that are interested in acquiring a Newfoundland dog. All Newfs placed by SENC Rescue, Inc are evaluated for temperament, vet checked, and altered prior to being placed. Adoptions are made on a match basis; the background and needs of the Newfoundland must match those of the prospective owners. While an adoption fee is charged, it does not cover all of the costs involved in operating our rescue service so donations are accepted at any time.
Please make Donation Checks payable to: SENC Rescue Inc.
Donations can be mailed to:
SENC Rescue, Inc.
c/o P.A.M. Smock
203 Northfield Drive
Warner Robins GA 31093-1648
P.A.M. will gladly send you a receipt that you can use for tax purposes.
For more information, click here Adopting a Rescued Newfoundland
As a fundraiser, SENC Rescue, Inc is selling two AUTOGRAPHED books by Rhoda Lerman - “In the Company of Newfies” ($27.95 plus shipping) and “Elsa was Born a Dog…” ($28.95 plus shipping). On Sunday, February 9, 2014, at the Westminster Dog Show, Ms Lerman's book Elsa Was Born a Dog, I Was Born a Human...Things Have Changed received the Merial Special Award for the best work on Human-Animal Bond. Merial is a large manufacturer of veterinarian pharmaceuticals. It was for "the work that best highlights the unique relationship between a dog and its owner and best brings to life the concept of the human-animal bond". There were 700 entries and there was strong competition. It was presented by the Dog Writers Association of America. Granted you can get these books from Amazon; but their books are not autographed nor do they support rescue. So if you would like to purchase either book, contact either Deb Crowl (firstname.lastname@example.org) or P.A.M. Smock (email@example.com).
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