Midatlantic Region
Dogs Available for Adoption
Open List Contact a Rescue Coordinator
Area Rescue Coordinator Telephone Email 
Delaware Josh McCaully 856.383.5674 Email Josh
New Jersey Josh McCaully 856.383.5674 Email Josh
New York City Denise May 347.256.6768 Email Denise
New York - Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester Counties Anna Regan 914.497.0904 Email Anna
New York - Suffolk County Kerri Davis-Reino 631.402.4955 Email Kerri
New York - Nassau County Denise May 347.256.6768 Email Denise
New York - Central Kerri Davis-Reino 631.402.4955 Email Kerri
Denise May 347.256.6768 Email Denise
New York - Western Crissy Cone 585.455.9765 Email Crissy
New York - All Other Areas Denise May 347.256.6768 Email Denise
Pennsylvania Bonnie Louden 410.799.1273 Email Bonnie
Regional Coordinators Kerri Davis-Reino 631.402.4955 Email Kerri
Denise May 347.256.6768 Email Denise

HELP WANTED!!! We are seeking volunteers throughout the Midatlantic Region - NY, NJ, PA, and DE. Knowledge of the breed is essential, and good communication skills are necessary. Help is needed to evaluate dogs, arrange fostering and veterinary care, evaluate adoption applicants, and match applicants with suitable dogs. There is an extensive support system in place, throughout the USA and Canada. It is not necessary for you to take dogs into your home, but you certainly can if you are able and willing to do so. On-the-job training will be provided. If you are interested in this truly rewarding volunteer position that shows a true love for the breed, please contact your area's rescue coordinator (listed above).


To learn about events and activities for Rhodesian Ridgebacks and their owners in your area, please visit the Facebook page of Rhodesian Ridgeback Association of Western New York ("RRAWNY") and the website of Greater Valley Forge Rhodesian Ridgeback Club ("GVFRRC").

Name: Samson
ID: 5624
Location: NY
Sex: Male
Age: 2 yrs
Color: Liver
Weight: 106 lb/48 kg
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