ABOUT Us

Founders Jan Olsen and Sue Bridger started Loved at Last Dog Rescue (LALDR) in 2016 with a mission to help dogs that were most in need. A year later, LALDR became an incorporate non-profit organization on its way to saving hundreds of dogs yearly! Our organization has expanded from its humble origins and now includes over 100 LALDR volunteers. Each of our volunteers truly believes that “love knows no boundaries” and works tirelessly to bring in dogs from high kill shelters around the world. In particular, we focus on the most urgent cases (those including abuse, trauma and a low chance of survival). Many of our dogs have never known a good life and we feel that it is our duty to improve their conditions. 

Contact Us

Please note that we do not have a physical address. Contact E-mail addresses are provided below: 

For general inquiries:  dogs.laldr@gmail.com

For foster inquiries: laldr-foster@googlegroups.com   

For adoption inquiries: adopt.laldr@gmail.com

For volunteer inquiries: volunteer.laldr@gmail.com

Donating

We gratefully thank you in advance for supporting Loved at Last. We have no paid staff and do not profit from any donations or adoption fees. All donated funds are used to cover costs such as veterinarians, operations, special equipment such as prosthetics and wheelchairs, and to assist in transportation costs. As a registered non-profit organization we rely heavily on donors who donate their money and volunteers who donate their time in order for us to continue our work. We are all dog lovers who give of our time freely. Donations can be made through Paypal, via our profile on Petfinder.com or by sending us an e-transfer to dogs.laldr@gmail.com.

Our Privacy & Confidentiality Policy

We respect the privacy of our volunteers and adopters, and want to ensure that private and proprietary information about our organization is well-protected. We expect that all volunteers will act responsibly when handling confidential information. Some examples of confidential information are adopter applications, personal information about a volunteer, shelter or rescue data, organizational goals and objectives, and organizational materials. Privacy and confidentiality are important for the Loved at Last’s legality and reputation. It is expected that volunteers will not disclose confidential information except as may be necessary for the proper discharge of their duties. Additionally, we require that confidential information is not disclosed at any time in the event that you are no longer volunteering, except with written permission from Loved at Last Dog Rescue.