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Reach Out Rescue, NFP is a state licensed, not-for-profit cat and dog rescue, fostering, and adoption organization. Since they currently don't have a building, their animals are kept in foster homes until they find their new fur-ever homes. Their staff includes volunteers that dedicate their time and patience to animals in need. They believe every animal deserves a second chance for a happy life.


BringFido Traveler Rating

Reach Out Rescue, NFP has received a rating of 1.0 out of 5 bones by 2 dog owners on BringFido.

  • More than one year ago.
    NO GO

    I would NOT adopt from there shelter in northern VA. I adopted a 8 moth old puppy from there a little while ago they said that he had been with them most of his life and he shows EXTREME signs of abuse he is terrified of large objects (we got him a large bone and he runs away at the sight of it) he is terrified of men and has a scar under his eye when I asked about it the women Gale I think was her name didn't answer I didn't anything of it at the time, but now that he is showing many signs of animal abuse and he has been there 5 out of the 8 months he has been alive I'm very skeptical of these people. Also to the fact that when I went through the process to adopt him it took 3 days for them to approve and hand him over to us that only showed me that they don't care where there dogs go. In addition they put whatever information about the dog they think will get them adopted his information said and so did the owner that he was potty trained, leash trained, crate trained,socialized, and many other things that would get interest NONE of these things are true we are working with him to break his bad habits,but sadly its hard to get a dog to be used to people and other dogs. He shows behave of being beaten and that hes been in a kennel with a drain his whole life without proper attention. I WOULD NOT ADOPT FROM THEIR VA GROUP.

  • More than one year ago.
    disappointed kids

    We were approved online and in our home to rescue one of thier puppies. When we got to the adoption event we were denied the adoption because tragically our cat got hit by a car. We have an invisble fence for dogs but that was not good enough. I think ever rescue group has a right to deny somone but this group was VERY UNPROFESSIONAL. They could have denied us online where we disclosed how our cat died. They could have denied us in our home when they saw how close we were to a busy road. They could have denied us after they left our house via cell phone. No they chose to let us drive an hour to an even and then tell us in a crowded store. My chidlren were very, very upset and it really was their loss because we went on to adopt a beautiful dog at another resuce.

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