Volunteer at CCR! Adopt A Dog! Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation redesign is live!

Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation redesign is live!

A big thank you to the folks over at BrightUX.com has redesigned Chicago Canine Rescue! We are very happy with the results, and will continue to make more improvements throughout the year!




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Dog lovers Brent and Dayna Seabrook have donated FOUR MORE TICKETS for next Wednesday’s (April 9th)  game against the Montreal Canadiens – enter now for your chance to win the Seabrook family’s seats!  For every donation of $20 between now and Tuesday at noon, you will be entered to win the GRAND PRIZE – DONATE now for your chance to win, and help dog like Horatio, above, get a fresh start!  Horatio arrived at CCR yesterday, where we discovered that his hind legs are atrophied and his vision is impaired – all funds raised will support our mission to care for dogs in need like Horatio!

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Next Sunday, April 6th, hop on over to Dog-A-Holics Boutique for our annual Pictures with the Easter Bunny event!  Get an adorable, professional photo of your dog with the Easter Bunny, plus a sweet gift basket!  Sessions are $40  - please call Dog-A-Holics at 773-857-7600 for an appointment.

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Ever wonder what happens to shelter dogs that are not perfect, are considered too young, too old, too sick or who have special needs?

Traditionally, these animals were automatically euthanized at area shelters. However, today, Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation exists to give many of these animals a second chance, too!

CCRF was founded in 2001 to help find permanent, loving homes for homeless dogs in our city. CCRF has saved the lives of over 3,000 dogs, cats, kittens (yes, we have started helping a few felines each year, too!) and puppies.

CCRF assists the animals that are the MOST vulnerable in our city – the dogs and cats that are slated for euthanasia because they are too old, too young, too injured, have disabilities, or have simply been overlooked for too long by potential adopters at other shelters.