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Welcome to Haven to Home Canine Rescue!

Our mission is to rescue dogs in need, rehabilitate them in a quality, nurturing environment, and re-home them in a loving, responsible, permanent home as soon as possible. We will strive to promote a culture of kindness in our community through networking and education.  

We care for our rescued dogs in foster homes which become “The Haven” in the Haven to Home Rescue. Since June 2008, we have rescued and found permanent homes for over 1,500 dogs in central Pennsylvania. Haven to Home is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are totally volunteer driven and depend on the time, talent and generosity of our local community. 

Contact us at 570-884-5067.

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Highlighted Dogs
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  Lily Belle
Sweet Senior Seeks Comfy Retirement Life Lily Belle came to us a day after her owner passed away with Lily wrapped in his arms.  Although her owner could not afford to provide the medical care that Lily Belle needed, he did love her very much and she loved him. This sweet soul was lost and confused when she first came into rescue--yo...read more about Lily Belle
  Spice Litter: Coriander
Brown with small white blaze mid-chest1:22 A.M.Birth Weight 14.6 oz Weight: 9/8/2021  10 lb 2 ozDNA results: GSP/Lab/Poodle/Sheltie/Malinois
  Spice Litter: Anise
Brown small white blaze top of head and under chin1:04 a.m.Birth Weight 12.5 ozYellow CollarWeight 9/8/21 9 lb 4 oz

Victor Desperately Needs Your Help

Just before Christmas in 2020,  Victor was born  in a local puppy mill. He  was born with  severe congenital deformities in his back legs-- no hip joints and deformed patellas (knees).   Victor’s breeders knew he was deformed at four weeks old, but he still remained in a small kennel until June 2021.  We assume that if Victor’s deformities had been less serious—he may have remained in that facility for many years as a breeder dog.

Sadly, Victor did not receive the intervention and care during his first six months of life; help he desperately needed to be able to live a pain free life. In June 2021, he was relinquished to rescue. Some would say, “euthanize this puppy”.  Why be concerned with one disabled puppy when there are so many other dogs that need homes?  After meeting Victor and witnessing his indomitable spirit, his desire to live life to the fullest, and his sweet gentle disposition, Haven to Home members knew they had to help this little guy.

Victor

Your donation will give Victor the opportunity to live a quality, pain free life. 

The orthopedic specialist who examined Victor is fairly confident that he can repair Victor’s right patella. The surgery is complicated; recovery, rehabilitation and therapy will be 6-8 weeks.

Helping Victor will take a Village!   We fundraise.  We give of ourselves, our homes, our lives, our talents, and our time.  But this time - for this guy, we need YOUR HELP.  We’ll keep fundraising, but the window of opportunity for this guy is short and our time is limited to raise the funds we need to cover the cost of surgeries and rehabilitation.  Victor’s first surgery is scheduled for July 27.  He will need his left leg amputated after his knee has healed, and because he has no hip sockets, he may later need an FHO procedure to remove the head of his femur to relieve any pain from bones rubbing together.

The estimate for all three phases of surgical intervention is approximately $ 12,000.

If you could help by making a donation today we can give Victor the opportunity to live a quality, pain free life.  Any amount will be helpful and welcome, and it will mean so much to this little guy.  Let’s make Victor – a VICTOR-Y.

More photos and videos can be seen by going to  Victory for Victor!  

Options for making a donation for Victor's Medical Expenses:

  • Go to our Giving Grid for Victor online.  Victory for Victor!  
  • Send a check to Haven to Home Canine Rescue, Inc. @ P.O. Box 851, Berwick, PA 18603
  • Paypal on our website, link on the right side of the page.