Project Underdog Rescue
Since our inception in 2015 we have grown into a well-established, reputable organisation rescuing over 200 animals from pounds and shelters across Victoria and NSW as well as privately surrendered animals so far and this number will only continue to rise.Project Underdog Rescue is also committed to tackling the causes of pet homelessness. We have recently started the Project Underdog Rescue Vet Care service and this year we will launch our in-home Outreach Program for vulnerable members of our community and the Happy Dog Project. Formore information please visit: www.projectunderdogrescue.org.au
To stop the unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable pets in Australia, one animal at a time.
Project Underdog Rescue is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and successfully rehoming companion animals who may otherwise be killed. Many of the animals they rescue have complex medical and/or behavioural challenges, which with the right care can see them become the perfect pet for a new forever home. For the month of April, we will be donating 10% of our Little Flower Vase ‘Angelic’ sales to Project Underdog Rescue to thank them for rescuing over 200 animals so farand giving them a much needed chance to find a loving family
Proceeds: 10% of Little Flower Vase - Angelic sales during AprilOrder Now
About Project Underdog Rescue
Project Underdog Rescue began back in 2015 after our founder and CEO Eva witnessed first-hand the unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable (but misunderstood) cats and dogs whilst working as a veterinary nurse in a vet clinic and volunteering at an animal shelter.Project Underdog Rescue is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and successfully rehoming companion animals who may otherwise be killed. Many of the animals we rescue have complex medical and/or behavioural challenges, often requiring extensive intervention and resources. Any specialised treatment recommended by our veterinarians is provided to the animals and all due diligence is taken to ensure all animals medical needs have been addressed prior to adoption.All our animals are all placed in loving foster homes which allows them greater interaction with people and encourages healthy socialisation with other domestic pets. It also gives us the chance to learn about each animal's personality and provide him or her with any necessary training prior to adoption. We believe having animals in real homes gives them the best chance at a smooth transition into their forever home.