Rescue Partners

Here at Bark U, we are forunate in our ability to partner with a few local rescues for the love of the dogs. Below are links to the rescues with dogs training or boarding rescue dogs with us. Help us find them their furever home!

 

Redemption Road Rehab Rescue, Inc.

 

Started by our very own Kseniya, this rescue is a group of certified trainers focused on rehabiliting the less desirable behaviors out of dogs and cats before matching them with their unique home.

 

Contact Kseniya with any questions about adopting: 

 

                                            847-338-3252

                                            info@redemptionroadinc.org

                                            http://www.redemptionroadinc.org/

                                            Like them on Facebook

 

Reach Rescue, Inc.

 

REACH Rescue is a foster based organization committed to promoting rescue, adoption, and public education necessary to ensure that all animals passing through our care REACH a stable, healthy and happy life.

 

REACH has weekly adoption events on Saturdays at their location:

 

372 Townline Road

Mundelein, IL 

847-566-6799

http://www.reachrescue.org/

Like them on Facebook 

 

German Shepherd Rescue, Inc.

 

German Shepherd Rescue is a foster based rescue that focuses on rescuing dogs from high kill shelters in Chicagoland and surrounding areas. The group then rehabilitates and rehomes. 

 

GSR has monthly adoption events on the 3rd or 4th                                                  Saturday of the month at various pet store locations.

 

                                   http://gsrescue1.org/

                                   Like them on Facebook

Make an Appointment Today!

Please call (847) 367-9000 or use our contact form.

Our Hours

Mon-Fri 6:30 A.M.- 6:30 P.M.

Saturday  9 A.M.- 5 P.M.

Sunday 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.

Closed everyday from

12 - 1 P.M. for naptime

Training Tip

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bark U Training Tip #25:

 

Learn dog body language. This is incredibly important in being able to tell that your dog is not comfortable with the situation he or she is in. You don't want the negative implications that come with your dog feeling uncomfortable meeting a new dog or person. Forcing the issue can lead to a negative reaction in the moment and longer term issues down the line.

 

Learn more about training at Bark U here and click here to view our current training schedule

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