Ginger’s Pet Rescue is reaching out to Northwest families; they are in dire need of foster homes for the latest group of dogs seized from a Washington puppy mill.


Each week Ginger Luke & her handful of volunteers receive hundreds of desperate phone calls from all across the Pacific Northwest. They run the gauntlet from shelter employees hoping to find 11th hour reprieves for  condemned dogs, to 3am calls from rescue workers in need of aid after the horrors of a puppy mill bust.

Luke’s organization spends day & night arranging transport & care for any and all dogs they can help. Heart-wrenching stories follow each rescue that passes through the group’s hands, and, as the minutes tick by, she works tirelessly to find them sanctuary. Luke, herself, takes on an enormous financial burden in the process. And, as one can imagine, economic downturn has dried up much of the crucial donation support needed to continue rescue efforts. Beyond financial needs; however, the organization is also in constant need of new foster homes. While Luke’s group is usually able to secure emergency care & basic veterinary needs for the dogs, they also need to find  a safe place for them to stay until permanent homes can be found.

**For information on these & other rescued dogs and to learn how you can help please visit

Ginger’s Pet Rescue at**