Watch SNARR Northeast Videos
BreakThruTV is proud to present its second recurring edition spotlighting organizations and people who help others… When he's not taking care of people as a supervising nurse, Mel is taking care of rescued animals as part of the Northeast branch of Special Needs Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation (SNARR). SNARR is an animal rescue that focuses on saving high need animals that are often very difficult to place, mostly due to serious medical conditions. Gemma, despite being mistreated and abandoned, is a sweet dog who was given a second chance thanks to the efforts of SNARR and, with Mel, she in turn helps others by accompanying him to the hospital where he works and spending time with the patients.
Music featured in this episode: "Vocal Chords" by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. // “Something” by Julien Baker - BTR Live Studio [ep443]
We rescue dogs from high kill shelters all across the country, with a focus on New York City Animal Care and Control. Millions of homeless pets are euthanized in shelters every year; SNARR saves whoever we can, whenever we can. SNARR saves perfectly healthy dogs as well, but our focus is on those animals with special needs; the ones who are least likely to get a second chance ( paralyzed, birth defects, elderly, deaf, blind, those needing surgeries etc).
SNARR Northeast (Special Needs Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation) saves dogs from euthanasia in municipal shelters all across the country. We take in those animals least likely to receive a second chance based on injuries, illness or special needs. SNARR is run from White Plains, NY and all of our dogs are in foster homes; we do not have a physical shelter facility. SNARR is a 501c3 non-profit organization and we run solely on donations and the money from our own pockets. We are always looking for new volunteers to help us continue our mission of "giving hope to the hopeless."
Music: "That Boisterous Border Collie" by Pete Hawkes