About Beulah Land Dog Rescue

Welcome to Beulah Land

Beulah Land Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization (501c) run by all volunteers who want to make a difference in a dog’s life. We are dedicated to “Helping Those Who Cannot Help Themselves”.

Beulah Land Dog Rescue helps to rescue the abandoned, neglected and abused. We also rehabilitate dogs from puppy mills, living in deplorable conditions, with their only purpose being to produce puppies with little or no human interaction.

When brought to our facility, each dog will be completely vetted, treated for any existing conditions, spayed or neutered, evaluated for behavioral issues and worked with accordingly.

They are then placed in a foster home to learn how to live in a loving home environment. After a rehabilitation period, they will be adopted by their forever family.

If you have a dog in need of a better home, please consider Beulah Land.

Click here to complete our “Surrender Form”

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains un-awakened.” – Anatole France

Why We Do What We Do

We believe God created this earth and every living thing in it. In Genesis 1:25 we read God created all living creatures according to their kind and He was pleased with his creation. Then God gave man authority over all these magnificent creatures He created, entrusting these animals into our care. We can only wonder why then are so many of these innocent creatures the subject of cruelty and suffering? They have done no harm and are helpless, looking to us for care and protection. After seeing all the abuse, neglect and mistreatment of these wonderful creatures, we decided they needed our help.

We believe God wants us to be good stewards of all His creation.

Showing disrespect to His creation is like showing disrespect to God Himself.

We believe God loves His animals. Out of all the things he could have saved from the Great Flood, He chose to save Noah’s family and His precious animals. God was so concerned for them He commanded Noah to build an Ark large enough to house his family and two of each kind of animal. I imagine this was no easy task and required much effort to save these animals. I think we should put forth whatever effort we can today to do the same.

At Beulah Land we strive to find a new beginning and an enjoyable life for these dogs. So,
this is who we are, what we do and why we do it.