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HUG Hearts Foundation

HUG Hearts Foundation

PO Box 937, Hermosa Beach (CA), 90254, United States

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MO 10:00 – 20:00 SA 10:00 – 20:00
TU 10:00 – 20:00 SU 11:00 – 20:00
WE 10:00 – 20:00
TH 10:00 – 20:00
FR 10:00 – 20:00
About Educated Dedicated Drama-Free Team of Compassionate Animal Rescuers whose Giant Hearts are Larger Than The Furry Heads They Rehab 'n "Heel" for Success.
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Description Non-Profit 501c3 Officially Started in 2016, bringing over 20 yrs of Large Breed Animal Rescue to the Foundation. Focus on education, proper handling and care, importance of protecting breed from harm, and modifying behavior of highly discriminated breeds. Specializing in Rehabilitation of the Damaged, Neglected, Broken, and Discarded. Once these special breeds graduate our Rehab program and earn their "adoptable" certification, we provide all Professional Services related to Responsibly Rehoming. We focus on the Giants, both big and small, whose hearts are much Larger than their Heads. Our mission, and our passion, is to leave an everlasting impression of Love on the Underdog, both Animal and Human. We are proud to know we've made a HUGE positive difference in not only thousands of unwanted animals' lives over the years, but we've made an equally Large difference in the adopters' lives by bringing them the companion animal who completes their empty void, and who joyfully heals their hearts.

The name "HUG Hearts":
As a seasoned Animal Rescuer whose heart goes out to the Underdog, one of our Recipes for their success is Rehab/Training. HEELING is a part of Training. It was the annual memorial of my mother's death: She was killed in a car accident when I was 3 as she turned the wheel to miss an animal. During a sunset drive with one of my Rescues who had been damaged by electrocution, the name HUG Hearts came into mind. The dog has a Huge Head, but his Heart is Much Bigger. My mom's middle name is Hart coincidentally, pronounced "Heart," may she RIP.
Awards Recognition in Examiner articles for accomplishments as a solo-entrepreneurial independent Rescuer whose accomplishments are contributed to our private supporters and donors who have "helped us" "help the animals." Published in "Pulse" veterinary magazine, awards, accolades, chosen by organizations such as Girls Scouts of America to demo/educate proper handling of dominant breeds, Reality show contributor, excellent reputation.
Founded 07/10/1997

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