Founded 2011

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Saving Lives

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Our Mission

Long Road Home Rescue, Inc is a 501(3)c nonprofit dedicated to the dogs who have been overlooked and lost hope of a home.

We pull dogs from southern shelters, owner surrenders and strays. The rescue team is a small family dedicated to help each dog find its way to a happily ever after.

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Our Stats

1400 +

Lives Saved

10 +


50 +

Foster Homes

900 +


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What Our Adopters Are Saying

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Thank you, Debbie! We adopted Dash, now Duke, from Long Road Home Rescue this past summer, and we could not be more pleased. Debbie guided us to find the perfect dog for us based on our lifestyle (runners and out of the house for 8 hours a day) and having a cat. Duke is an incredible dog that we rescued at 9 months old, he was house-broken and perfectly balanced! With some Petco training classes, daily walks, exercise, and play, he has proven to be a constant source of joy and love. We could not be more pleased with our dog, the process, or Long Road Home Rescue!



I reached out to Debbie to foster a beautiful Shepherd mix, Roxi, in August 2014. This beautiful pup was being transported from the south after having received life-saving surgery, which Long Road Home Rescue funded! Had she not received this surgery, Roxi definitely would not have survived. Debbie arranged for us to pick up a crate, leash, etc., prior to picking up Roxi. Debbie was very responsive to emails, calls, and texts and answered our questions. I had nothing but very POSITIVE experiences with Long Road Home Rescue. All of the dogs I met that were in the care of this rescue were very well taken care of, healthy, and happy. If you’re looking to adopt, you should definitely consider adopting from Long Road Home!



I have adopted 2 dogs through Long Road Home and would highly recommend this rescue. My first adoption was ‘Willy’ back in 2013. I adopted him after fostering him for a short time, and he is THE PERFECT dog! He actually starts the pet therapy program this Sunday. My 2nd adoption was ‘Rusty’ in Sept 2014. Both of my dogs were completely healthy with the paperwork of all their vetting records. I always found Debbie to be very helpful. You can tell she really cares about the dogs and their well-being. Their trainer has also always been there for me with advice and training tips. It’s hard to believe that 2 years ago I didn’t have any dogs because I really can’t imagine my life without my 2 babies anymore! I am so thankful for them and Debbie and Long Road Home for saving them! When it is time for me to adopt again, I know where I will be going!

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My husband and I adopted our dog Penny (formerly “Chrissie”) from a Long Road Home in January of 2012. I can honestly say it was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. Penny is my “soulmate dog,” and I can’t imagine life without her. The women who run this rescue care tremendously about dogs and work tirelessly to ensure bright futures for every animal. I’m so grateful to Debbie for saving our girl from the shelter and bringing her into our lives. The adoption process was fast and easy, and they cared enough to come to do a home visit. When a behavioral issue came up, I was able to reach out for guidance and was amazed at how much time Ksusha spent on the phone with me (out of the goodness of her heart). We would definitely adopt from this rescue again and feel tremendously grateful that they brought our sweet Penny into our world!


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