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Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue is a local 501(c)(3) All Breed Foster Based Rescue which envisions the day where every adoptable dog has a safe, loving, and responsible home.  We look forward to a society that values and respects animals, one where people spay and neuter their pets to prevent overpopulation.
All rescued dogs are in the care of a volunteer foster in their home until adoption. Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue does not own or operate a shelter facility.  

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E: pincdogrescue@gmail.com

PO Box 26 Monroe, NC  28111

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Pawsitive Impact North Carolina Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit all breed, all volunteer, dog rescue. 

We do not have a shelter.  All of our rescues are placed in a foster home and cared for until adoption. 

Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue tirelessly strives for and envisions the day where every adoptable dog has a loving, responsible home, where no animal will suffer from abuse, neglect or ignorance. We look forward to a society that no longer views animals as a disposable commodity and people responsibly spay or neuter their pets to put an end to the overpopulation that exists today. 

Rescued dogs come from local shelters, owner surrenders, strays, abandoned, neglected and or abused.

We vet all of the rescued dogs, provide shelter, food, water, guidance, love, patience, and daily care.

P.I.N.C. is funded by donations from the community to assist in the vetting and daily care for the rescues.

Our adoption process consists of vet reference check, personal reference check, meet & greet, and home visit.

Our adoption fees are $300.00 for all rescues under 1 year of age and $250.00 for rescues over 1 year of age.

P.I.N.C. pays for Spay/Neuter, Microchip, 1st Rabies, and 3 puppy shots for puppies. 

We require all current animals in the home of a potential adopters to be up to date on all shots/vaccines, spay/neutered, and a consistency of  heartworm preventatives.  This information is confirmed when speaking to the vet reference.

Adoption fees go toward the vetting expenses for our rescued dogs.

Our standard adoption zone is within a 50 mile radius of Monroe, NC. Applicants in our standard adoption zone have priority in adopting our rescued dogs.  This is because we try to reduce the amount of travel stress that our adoptable dogs would have to endure. If you do apply to adopt a dog and you live out of our standard adoption zone, please be prepared to find a local rescue group that will conduct a home check on our behalf, and please also be prepared to come to Monroe, NC to meet/adopt the dog if your application is approved. We do not “ship” animals, even if your application has been approved.

 

Meet Our Board Members:

     

                        

Teresa Tucker

Founder / President

Teresa was born in Union County, NC where she still  resides today. Noticing she was a true animal lover, her parents nurtured and encouraged her compassion throughout her life.  Teresa is grateful for such supportive parents.  Who knew this love would lead to a life of rescuing the unwanted, neglected and abused.

With years of voluntering for other rescue groups, Teresa has seen first hand the struggle and overwhelming need for rescue support.  Teresa states,  "It was heartbreaking to see desperate dogs being turned away from rescues due to the lack of Fosters, low funds, or no room at shelters.  This is what lead to the creation of Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue."

 

According to Teresa, "Our first year has been a lot of hard work and learning curves.  Even with these start up hurdles, we have saved over 100 dogs and assisted other rescues with countless others.  It is my belief and goal to combine forces with other rescues along with the community to make a Pawsitive Impact and continue saving lives."

Beth Greene 

Board Member

Beth Greene is a native of Union County, NC.  She serves her

community with integrity and compassion.   Being a lifelong​

animal lover, she strives to lend her voice to the voiceless. 

Jessica Mangum

Board Member

Jessica Mangum is also a  native of Union County,  NC.  She has a great love for animals especially dogs and horses.  Most of her time is spent taking care of the many rescues that have become part of her family.

Sherry Waddell

Board Member

Sherry Waddell is a resident of Union County, NC.  She is compassionate about her dogs as well as the dogs in need of rescue.