Designed by Mutual Rescue for animal shelters, rescue groups, and others helping homeless companion animals in their communities.

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Photo by Kurt Krukenberg

Doggy Day Out

Mutual Rescue’s Doggy Day Out is a short-term foster program where the public can take dogs from local shelters on day outings. A Doggy Day Out can include a hike, a trip to a beach or lake, or even a sleepover. These field trips help shelter dogs manage kennel stress, burn off energy, and get more exposure to potential adopters. It’s a great excuse to get out and have fun with a canine sidekick.

Take a Dog Out

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Photo by Kurt Krukenberg

Host a Mutual Rescue Film Event

Mutual Rescue offers its films for approved charitable events that benefit local animal-welfare organizations. We encourage animal shelters, rescue groups, community organizations, businesses, charities, foundations, and animal-loving individuals to design off-line Mutual Rescue film events for community engagement and fundraising.

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Artwork by Barbara Sauceda
  • Adopting a homeless companion animal gives us the opportunity to practice and perfect our ability to be more fully, openly, fearlessly, compassionately human.”
    Carol Novello, Creator and Author, Mutual Rescue