Our mission is to place unwanted and in-danger animals in homes, no matter age or breed. To educate the public, help stop animal cruelty and neglect. 1. To provide medical care and re-home abandoned, injured, and stray animals. 2. To find homes for older and senior animals. 3. To reduce the number of animals euthanized due to lack of space in shelters or because of prejudice towards some breeds, to provide the animals with temporary housing, in foster homes or other suitable venues, until they can be placed in adoptive homes. 4. To work to reduce the animal population through educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering. 5. Educating the public to reduce animal cruelty and neglect. 6. Educate about the importance of pet adoption. 7. To work with other animal rescue groups and shelters and the public to offer relief from pet overpopulation. To provide medical care to all animals in FFLAR custody through local veterinarians.
1. Applicant completes an application. 2. FFLAR contacts references and vet. 3. Virtual Home Visit (video call) is conducted with the potential adopters and FFLAR adoption team members. We strive to find the best fit for both adopter and dog. 4. If approved, a Meet and Greet is scheduled or transport pickup is confirmed. 5. (Most of our dogs are in foster homes within the PA, NJ, NY area. Others arrive on transport from shelters in Texas and Tennessee.). 6. Adopter gets a new "Friend for Life" and a pup has been saved.