Save an Animal
Adopting a Pet
So you’ve decided to save a life. That’s terrific! Check out our adoptable pets and start the adoption process. Our goal is to have the very best home for all our dogs, but we do give preference to the first application.
Making a Donation
Adoption fees are not enough to cover all the expenses needed to run a shelter and rescue more pets. Your generous support also allows us to care for animals that are waiting for their forever home.
What we do
It Takes A Village Animal Rescue is a small 501(c)(3) rescue, founded October 28, 2014. Our rescue is not breed-specific. The founder, Cindi Moulson is helping where she can, hoping to make a difference in animals’ lives. It takes people like you to help her…it truly takes a village…
All dogs age 6 months or older must be currently licensed with the State of Delaware. We make sure our animals are vaccinated, registered, and micro-chipped.
Finding Pets a Home
We save over 50 dogs and counting each year. With your help, we can save many more lives and give them the loving home they deserve.
Spay & Neuter
We pull dogs from down South to keep them from being euthanized. Our rescue will make sure that all the animals we rescue get spayed/neutered and micro chipped.
What Drives Us
Each year, approximately 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the U.S. alone, simply because people choose to buy pets instead of adopting them. We can dramatically reduce the number of euthanized animals if more people adopted pets instead of buying them.
Volunteering comes in many forms. Of course, we always need help keeping our animals socialized, so come hang out, play and walk our dogs. We could also use help in other areas, including fundraising, cleaning, clerical work, and social media.
Sally Needs Your Support
Sally came to us today, 7/5/19 with sarcoptic mange (the contagious kind). She is only about 4 months old and so loving (and itchy). But now that we’ve rescued her, she will be on the mend. Sally has to be kept away from all the other animals at the rescue, so the poor girl is all alone in her kennel. But she has plenty of toys and we will be going out to play with her often. She is scheduled for a visit to the vet soon, and will have to be in quarantine for about 4 to 6 weeks. Donate if you can to help with her, and our rescue’s vet expenses.