The Rescue Society Links to Websites

The Rescue Group values greatly the ability to direct those interested in the latest reseach and educational findings from various assorted but heavily vetted and qualified researchers who are leading the field in dog cognition, behavior and canine medical sciences.  K9s are quickly becoming very important assets in a mulitutde of assorted utilities from the companion animal we cuddle with every night to the seeing eye guide dog that carefully and successfully gets her blind person across 34th & Broadway during lunch hour with the streets packed with unforgiving and unconcerned pedestrians and bumper to bumber traffic, consistently and regularly.  Each link will take you to a place that we hope will really ingratiate and imbue your mind with helpful and useful information.  Research of the K9 as we know her in the 21st century, undoubtedly, has just scratched the surface.  The latest reseach and educational findings are just the tip of the iceberg as researchers have recently started to aggressively explore the depths and potential of canis familiaris, the modern dog, and homosapiens, modern man. 
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Briggs Animal Adoption Center http://www.baacs.org/sections/view/68 Opened in October 2000 by Anna C. Briggs--Founder of The National Humane Education Society 
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue http://www.charleshendersonanimalrescue.org An animal rescue adoption shelter 
FrogDawgz http://www.frogdawgz.com/ A professional protection & working dog company 
Homework Help www.tutor.com Live homework help - subscription service 
Peace Plantation Animal Sanctuary http://www.nhes.org/sections/view/59 Created in 1950 and located only 153 miles west of New York City, Peace Plantation continues to serve as NHES’s flagship animal sanctuary  
The National Humane Education Society http://www.nhes.org/sections/view/49 The National Humane Education Society (NHES), with offices located near Charles Town, West Virginia, is a nonprofit animal welfare organization created by Anna C. Briggs in 1948. 
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