Rescue Warriors Corp
- JennMar. 30, 2018Awesome rescue group
Great group of individuals who care deeply for their animals!!! Trusted and very helpful!
- LaurenMar. 30, 2018Great organization to foster for and adopt from
I have been a foster for Rescue Warriors for quite a few years. In March of 2016 we had to put down my one of my dogs. A week or so later I was contacted by RWC to foster a dog that was being returned. She was a 1 year old American Staffordshire terrier. Her family was returning her because they said she was a threat to kids, cats, and dogs. I’ll be honest I was nervous. I have kids, cats, and another dog plus I had never fostered an adult dog. The representative from RWC talked to me. She had fostered this dog before it was adopted and she didn’t believe what the family was saying. I agreed to give it a shot. When I went to pick up Purdy she was playing with a group of puppies and the person that was holding her tested her with her large dog and Purdy had shown no issues. Feeling so much better about it I took her home. She was amazing with my kiddos. She liked to give my cats a good chase here and there but I was never worried for their safety. However my adult female dog in the house was not accepting. I was freaking out because my dog was acting aggressively to Purdy- thankfully Purdy just let it roll off. I asked RWC to find Purdy a new foster home but told them I would hold her until they found one. In the meantime I spoke with them almost daily. They offered to come to my house and help me. They guided me in helping them adjust. As things started to get a little better I decided to keep fostering Purdy. I mean she is an amazing dog. I tried to get my sister in law to adopt her. After about 4 weeks and lots of phone calls to members of RWC the girls worked themselves out but Purdy was still looking for a forever home. One night my husband let me know we were going to adopt her. He didn’t ask he just told me. She was an awesome fit in our home. We foster failed with her. She is our daughters best friend. Without the guidance of RWC during the transition into our home for her as a foster we would have given up and missed out on on this amazing dog. I appreciate all the phone calls they took (and still sometimes have to take about my other fosters). Thank you RWC for not only teaching us to be better fosters but giving us our crazy Phoebe fka Purdy.
Ps- I have had her for 2 years and I still have yet to see her be a threat to anyone or anything unless you count overkissing a threat
- JoanMar. 22, 2018Amazed by all they do.
Great group of dog lovers. I have adopted 2 dogs and couldn't be more pleased with my experience.
- SandyMore than a year agoDog Owner
We adopted our 2 dogs in May, 2016 from Rescue Warriors Corp. Since June 25, we have tried to make contact with Rescue Warriors Corp 14 times (via email, their website and facebook) with no success.
We were trying to reach out to them to address concerns we had with the health of the dogs. Their website specifically says "Any medical issues are addressed." before the dogs are adopted out. We feel our dogs were not healthy and required a lot of additional medical attention and cost when we took ownership. We wanted to discuss before putting any reviews out there.
Also, most importantly, we were informed that all their vaccinations were done. But after adopting, found out that was inaccurate, so we had to take responsibility of getting that taken care of for the safety of the dogs and our family.
We requested information on the microchips and are concerned that according to their agreement, all microchips will be registered to Rescue Warriors Corp. The agreement then says as owners microchip information will be available upon request by emailing them. Since they don't respond to messages, we have not gotten any details.
We can see this organization is trying to do good for so many dogs that need help. But concerned about after you adopt a dog, any concerns/questions have no place to be addressed and no one responds to messages.