August Shelter Update!

Hello!  There are lots of things to mention this month.

1)Thank you to all who came and supported NCCR at the Annual Doggone Good Yard Sale last month.  It was another great fundraiser for the shelter, and we appreciate all who donated or shopped.  Money raised at this event helped pay for veterinary bills for several of the dogs that have recently arrived in neglected shape.

2)Did you know that you can find us both on Facebook and Instagram?  The FB location is and you can follow us on Instagram @nccrdogs

3)Stop by the Fredonia Farm Festival this weekend August 23-26 and find our tent on the west side of Barker Commons near the beautiful fountain in the park.  You can talk to the volunteers, find out what supplies the shelter needs, check out the Available Dogs Adoption Book, purchase T’s, hats, jewelry, dog blankets and other items or buy some raffle tickets for these great raffle baskets!


4)Calling All NCCR Alumni!  Here’s your chance to be a calendar dog and help celebrate 20 years of NCCR giving dogs a second chance:

You can find copies of this form at our booth at the Farm Festival as well as our website at  Good luck to you!

5)Thanks to your support almost 200 dogs and puppies have been adopted so far this year!  If you donated, adopted, posted a flyer, told your friends or coworkers about us, sponsored a dog on the website, or in any other way contributed then you helped make those adoptions possible.

6)There are many wonderful dogs at the shelter still waiting for homes.  Stop by to see them and talk to the people at the shelter-they can give you some real insight to a dog’s personality!    We have big dogs, small dogs, young dogs and seniors who are all hoping for their 2nd chance.

Thank you again!

NCCR Volunteer

NCCR is located at 7540 N. Gale St. in Westfield, NY and is open Monday-Saturday from 1-3pm or by appointment by calling 716-326-PAWS.  Many of the dogs can be seen online at  NCCR is a New York State Registered Rescue, RR028, and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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