What we do: We evaluate Australian Shepherds and Australian Shepherd mixes from selected shelters and private owners no longer able to keep their Aussies. If we judge a dog suitable for placement with an average adopter, we foster it in private homes and get to know the dog. We then post the dog to our website and place it in an adoptive home where the energy levels, expectations and personalities are a good fit.
Think of us as a "doggie dating service"!
New Spirit 4 Aussie Rescue, Inc.
New Spirit 4 Aussie Rescue is an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Australian Shepherds and Aussie
Make reference check phone calls, do home visits, help with transporting dogs, fundraise, maintain webpages, help at rescue booths, or become a foster home.
Your fellow New Spirit volunteers will be there to help every step of the way!
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The New Spirit Aussie Ambassadors:
left to right, Kye, 15, Shasta, 4, and Ranger 2, appeared at many fundraising events and thank you for your generous support of
Herding dates for 2016 Maineville, Ohio:
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* Florida residents are advised that New Spirit is not registered under the Florida Solicitation of Contributions Act (Chapter 469 Fla Statutes) to solicit contributions from Florida residents. Accordingly, nothing on the website should be construed as a solicitation from a Florida resident.
That being said, nothing in Florida law prohibits any Floridian from contributing to any cause he or she supports, provided that it is a lawful activity, and done voluntarily. And by coincidence, no Pennsylvania law precludes New Spirit from accepting donations from out of state residents.
New Spirit Adoptee Becomes Nursery Dog at the Cincinnati Zoo!
Blakely, a 6-year-old NS4AR adoptee, is the live-in 'nanny' who helps play with and socialize babies at the Cincinnati Zoo. Babies often come to the nursery when their mother has rejected them.
Bark Bucks for Rescue
Twitter: Get $10 off any BarkBox subscription using the code NS4ABBX1 & @getBarkBox will donate $10 to our rescue for every coupon codes used!
What is BarkBox? BarkBox is a New York City based dog-lovin' company that sends high quality dog products to your pup every month. Each box is
full of 4-6 goodies like bones, bully sticks, toys, treats, gadgets,
shampoos, hygiene products, and more.
A Foster's Love
Gambit's rescue originated in New Orleans. He was rescued by a private individual and when he was found to have heartworms, she reached out for help from New Spirit. He was transported to Atlanta by a trucker and that's where I met him.
Gambit was adopted and returned twice before he found Becky, his third and final person. She didn't mind that he was silly and did strange things...she laughed as I did at his crazy antics. He refused to hide his crazy nature and believed wholeheartedly in letting his freak flag fly.
A few years ago, Becky's job required a great deal of travel and we were blessed to be in a position to watch Gambit a few times per month for Becky and he became a surrogate member of our family beyond the normal attachment we develop with our fosters.
People wonder why we are so "picky" about where our dogs end up. Because fostering is
the first step in rescue believe it or not, and some of us always keep our former fosters in our hearts. When they go, they take a piece of us with them. See you on the other side, handsome boy.