Introducing Our New Site

“The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.” – M.K. Clinton

To put in words all that dogs bring us would require a very long blog. They are unconditionally loving even when we are grumpy, they get super excited to see us whether we were gone for a while or come back after 5 minutes.

Dogs look at us with pure adoration, acceptance, and faithfulness.

They are naturally affectionate beings, and their instinct is to want to bond, to love and be loved, which deep down is what all of us want.

The incredible examples of the unconditional love and loyalty of dogs towards us humans are everywhere – take Hawkeye, for instance, the dog who lay down in grief next to the casket of his Navy SEAL owner, or Hachi, who kept going to the train station, where every day he used to wait for his owner after work, for nine years after the owner suddenly died.

Dogs long to be part of a pack, whether it’s made up of dogs or humans, or any animals, and to protect their fellow pack members. The friendship between man and dog has existed since the beginning of time. Dogs are “man’s best friend” because they give us absolute love every single day.

Many of us have been fortunate enough to have a dog in our life; from precious memories of growing up running with your puppy, to having your loyal companion when life got tough, to having the most agreeable companion for your hikes, runs, or daily walks.

There’s something profoundly special about knowing your furry friend is always there for you, without a care about how you look, if you are rich, or successful, they just love you for you. You can always count on your dog to be your amazing friend.

But – can our dogs count on us?

We see too many examples of dogs being mistreated, overbred for profit, made to fight, and killed because they don’t have homes.

Dogs have been showing so much love and loyalty to us – isn’t it time we return the favor?

“I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it,” said Abraham Lincoln.

At Beulah Land Dog Rescue, volunteers are passionately dedicated to “Helping Those Who Cannot Help Themselves”. We stand for protecting dogs and helping bring joy to their life, as well as to people who will welcome those loving beings into their homes.

Beulah Land Dog Rescue a non-profit organization (501c) striving each day to make a difference in a dog’s life, as we help to rescue the abandoned, neglected and abused.
Beulah Land Dog Rescue also rehabilitates dogs from puppy mills, living in disgraceful conditions, and whose only purpose is to produce puppies.

You can adopt or foster a dog, surrender your dog to us, or choose another way to help! Yes, when we care – possibilities are plentiful!

As part of our efforts, we have partnered with a local cutting-edge digital marketing company to create a website that can better support our work.

We invite you to check out our new site and look at the loving and forsaken doggies, and then contact us to see how we can together make a difference.