“Every Dog Deserves An Adventure” Camping With Dogs Animal Rescue Partnership

March 05, 2021

“Every Dog Deserves An Adventure” Camping With Dogs Animal Rescue Partnership

At Camping With Dogs, our mission is to encourage people to share their outdoor adventures with their dog. From camping and hiking, to kayaking and skiing, dogs love spending time with their humans in nature. Through the years, we’ve seen countless dogs go on adventures all around the world, and want to give every dog the same opportunity with their forever homes. 


As a Nashville-based organization, we want to give back to our community and find new ways to help dogs enjoy the outdoors. We are proud to be partnering with local Nashville organizations, Nashville Humane Association and Agape Animal Rescue. We are currently focusing on the Nashville rescue community, but plan to expand our partnerships to other locations as we grow! 


Meet Nashville Humane Association 

Nashville Humane Association (NHA) is one of the oldest service organizations in Nashville, with roots tracing back to a society founded in 1887 to protect children from inhumane working conditions and draft horses from mistreatment. NHA is committed to finding responsible homes for animals in need, controlling overpopulation, and promoting the humane treatment of animals. 


Not only do they shelter animals and help them find homes, but NHA also offers different resources for current pet owners, like training tips, medical help, and more!  


Augustus is one of many adoptable dogs at Nashville Humane Association. This energetic one-year-old is looking for an experienced dog owner to be his forever home! Augustus is deaf, so he will need a dedicated and experienced trainer to take the time to help him learn. 


If you are located near Nashville, TN, or willing to travel to Nashville, and interested in adopting Augustus from Nashville Humane Association, you can submit an application here: http://bit.ly/NHA_AdoptAugustus

Meet Agape Animal Rescue 

Agape Animal Rescue remains committed to dogs that have experienced misfortune by providing loving, emotionally stable, nurturing foster homes while they wait for their forever homes. 


On average, Agape rescues more than one hundred dogs from euthanasia every year, but strives to save more lives each year. The organization also offers plenty of resources for current and potential foster and adoptive families, aiming to provide each dog with an informed and loving home. 

 

Willow and her spunky personality are looking for the perfect home where she can feel comfortable and cuddle! 


If you are located near Nashville, TN and interested in adopting Willow, you can submit an application here: http://bit.ly/Agape_AdoptWillow or apply to become her foster here: http://bit.ly/Agape_FosterWillow

Want to Help? 

Are you looking to get involved with Camping With Dogs and our goal to give every dog an adventure? Here are some ways you can get involved: 

  • Share our posts of adoptable dogs to help them find their perfect home. One of your followers could be the ideal home for one of our adoptable dogs! 
  • Volunteer at your local rescue. 
  • Post about the adoptable dogs in your community.

Through the years, we at Camping With Dogs have come to know how much of an impact social media can have. We’re hoping to now use our platform to have a positive impact and help rescue dogs find their people. 

Follow along on Instagram and Facebook to learn more about the adoptable dogs we’ll be featuring each week! 





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