Here at Barky Pines we love animals just as much as you do – click on the link below for more information on our furry friends who are looking for new forever homes!
It’s hard knowing what to do when you’re about to adopt. But, we make this process even easier when you adopt with us! Interested in adopting or fostering? Click on the link below to be directed to our adoption and foster applications!
How You Can Help
We work hard to make sure that we take care of all of our pets here at Barky Pines Animal Rescue & Sanctuary. But, unfortunately, we can’t do it without people like you and your donations of time and money. So, if you ever feel like you want to be a part of our family and help some of the best animals around, click on the link below for more information!
Breed : chi / jack ? Age : 7Age : 7Breed : chi / jack ?
Breed : chi / rat ? Age : 12Age : 12Breed : chi / rat ?
Breed : ChihuahuaAge : 5Age : 5Breed : Chihuahua
Breed : ChihuahuaAge : 12Age : 12Breed : Chihuahua
Breed : miniature pinscherAge : 15Age : 15Breed : miniature pinscher
Breed : Schnauzer / maltese? Age : 13Age : 13Breed : Schnauzer / maltese?
Breed : Chi / rat terrier ?Age : 13Age : 13Breed : Chi / rat terrier ?
Breed : YorkieAge : 13Age : 13Breed : Yorkie
Breed : Fox terrier Age : 4Age : 4Breed : Fox terrier
Breed : CatAge : 2 mosAge : 2 mosBreed : Cat
South Florida Animal Rescue
Barky Pines Animal Rescue & Sanctuary is a 501C3 non profit, no kill, rescue shelter. We are three people and a village of dedicated volunteers.
We take in dogs from Palm Beach County Animal Control [ and dire need owner surrenders when we can]. The animals that have been abandoned, thrown away, lost, sick, hungry, abused, mistreated and left for dead. This mission is not inexpensive and It’s all done daily using donations, grassroots fund-raising and their own money.
As a result , as of 10/2018, Barky Pines has rescued 450 urgent dogs alone since obtaining 501(c)3 status 2/2015. 359 have found their forever homes. Sadly some very ill and old have passed on. 10 dogs, 5 cats , and countless farm animals remain in Sanctuary here.
Second only to Peggy Adams for the second year in a row , these are numbers to be proud of for a small, newly formed organization. In addition , in our first year, we rescued the most “square head dogs” from the county. The need in our area is so great , and we wanted to do even more.
As a result , Barky Farms is born . In 2017, the land was purchased and we began tirelessly to clean and clear and ready the farm for the animals. The first building, “Rita’s Cat House” was donated and we continued to prepare the land, slowly we accumulated several more, and were able to save more lives because of it .
The farm has been a lot of work, blood , sweat , tears, and with all the lives we have saved , it is worth it . We experienced flooding , hurricane Irma and more flooding and this has caused an enormous burden on the animals and us as caretakers and owners . The expense to mitigate , and the loss we incurred , was extreme. At no time did we waver from our mission! We continued to save lives through it all.
We have taken great strides to mitigate future damages, preparing our own land , and meeting with key government and private organizations to create awareness and come to resolve.
We have been living humbly as to care for the animals. This is not a 9-5 and someone must always be here with them. Donated rvs solved the issues as the caretakers had a place to rest. Though we are, what seems in the middle of nowhere, some created issue with our situation.
As a result , we are now having to fast forward our plans and create concrete structure for the caretakers and animals immediately. Several fundraisers are going on and we welcome and trades that can offer in kind services. Honorable mention and exposure will be reciprocated.