Pacific Coast Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by David Roe. This organization, which runs one of the biggest private shelter facilities in existence with 90 dogs, continually saves the lives of dogs and adopts them out to loving homes – over 2000 dogs have found homes through PCDR. We had a great time interviewing Ingrid Hurel, Adoption Coordinator of Pacific Coast Dog Rescue and we’re excited to share with you her experiences, knowledge and insights of her work in helping dogs and people to find the right match.
Pacific Coast Dog Rescue, organization located in Burbank – Los Angeles
Interviewee: Ingrid Hurel / Interviewer: Rufino Cabang (PackPeople)
Please check out the video interview here:
Websites Ingrid would like to mention are:
Blue Dog Ranch – Dog Boarding, Daycare, & Training Facility – http://www.bluedogboarding.com
Pit Bull Rescue Central – http://www.pbrc.net
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If you want to know more about Pit Bulls, check out our audio interview with Rachele @Chako or the video Misperception-and-Misunderstanding-of-Bully-Breeds