Hickory Hill K-9 Rescue
PO Box 1505
Ashland, VA 23005
Phone: (804) 537-5502 9am-9pm
Hickory Hill Canine Rescue are a private rescue group that have been helping homeless dogs for over 14 years. They are a 501c3 non-profit organisation and rescue dogs from the Hanover County Pound as well as Caroline and King William Pounds. All of these dogs were owned by someone at some time. Those that are given to the pound by their owner have a very short time to find a home. Most of these dogs are picked up as strays but seem housebroken, child friendly, some even know basic commands. Hickory Hill Canine Rescue is their last chance. We have an adoption stand on the second and fourth Saturday of each month at the Mechanicsville PetsMart where you can meet some of the dogs needing homes. See below for details. If you would like to assist the animals in the care of Hickory Hill Canine Rescue please send your donation to the above address or donate via PayPal by clicking here. Hickory Hill Canine Rescue is a 501c3, non profit organization which means your donations are tax deductible.
Meet the dogs at our Adoption StandVisit our Adoption Stand located at the Mechanicsville PETsMART 7225 Bell Creek Rd Ste 228, Mechanicsville, VA 23111, 12pm-2pm on the second and fourth Saturday of each month - click here for map.
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Thank You for the Donations
We require old blankets, towels, sheets, quilts, pillows, Etc regardless of condition which we use as bedding for the dogs. Of course, any old dog items that you may no longer require such as beds, bowls, leads, toys, tennis balls, Etc are always welcome since some of the dogs destroy these! Thank you to everyone who has ever donated food, animal supplies, time, money, old blankets, whatever to help a homeless animal. Millions of animals are dying all over the world each and every year. To any rescue organization your donations allow them to continue to rescue and care for some of these animals. No Squeeky Toys Please
Toys that make a noise when you squeeze them can encourage some dogs to be aggressive towards young children because they squeek too. The device that makes the noise is usually small and can be harmful if swallowed. Some toys of this type contain a small battery which is poisonous if the dog eats it. The best toys are tuggers, tennis balls and hard chew toys that cannot be ripped apart. Shopping at Amazon?
If you are going to buy something from Amazon please access the Amazon website via our link so that we receive a 0.5% commission. It does not cost you anything extra and will help feed the rescued animals for another day. Adopting a Friend
All adopters are required to fill out our Adoption Form which will be reviewed before the adoption process can continue. All adopters must be at least 18 years of age. We will adopt out of state but only animals that have already been spayed or neutered. We will not fly any animals under any circumstances. All animals (except puppies) are already altered, current on all vaccinations and heartworm negative and on preventive. All puppies must be neutered by 6 months of age. All dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped, current on all shots, heartworm negative and healthy before being available for adoption. This fee helps cover the veterinary costs and allows them to continue saving and caring for these unfortunate animals. When looking for that new family member please remember to really think about the things you and your family want and need in a pet that fits the family lifestyle. Get to know your breeds! Some breeds require more space, exercise and circumstances than others. Even if you are going to adopt a mixed breed, look into what it's primary breed needs in a home, environment and exercise. Your new family member needs to be wanted by everyone in the family and included in your daily lives to be truly happy. Click here for more information on how to find the right dog. Visiting Hickory Hill Canine Rescue
Please e-mail or call us on 804-537-5502 to make an appointment. Appointments are necessary so we may devote our undivided attention to each adopter and their needs. No collect calls or calls after 10:00pm please - we like to sleep sometimes! Location Map of Ashland, VA. Visit our Adoption Stand at PetsMart
Visit our Adoption Stand located at the Mechanicsville PETsMART 7225 Bell Creek Rd Ste 228, Mechanicsville, VA 23111 click here for map. We will be there on the second and fourth Saturday each month from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Cats Needing Homes
Please take the time to check out all the nice young kittens and cats kittens and cats here. Please contact foster home indicated in the cats description for more information. Hickory Hill Canine Rescue in the News
Lending a helping hand to help a paw
Iris Deffely volunteers with Hickory Hill K-9 rescue located in Ashland. “I’ve always had cats and I never thought about having a dog until my husband brought this dog home; he was so pitiful and he was limping on one leg,” It turned out the dog had been shot. Hanover couple offers haven for pooches tossed aside
Many hunting dogs discarded after season Animals no longer useful to hunters are often abandoned
Dogs Needing Homes in Ashland, VAAll these dogs are looking for forever homes. Click on the links for more information.
PEDRO - Chihuahua, neutered male, 3 years approx, small size. Click on the picture to see more photo's. This little man was rescued from the Caroline County Animal Shelter. He is approximately 3 years old and weighs 10-15lbs. He has obviously not lived a good life until now. He was quite skinny when he came to the rescue and had a ring around his neck where at some point he had a collar that was too tight and he had a chunk taken out of his tail. Pedro is coming around and will need a quiet, patient owner willing to give him the space he will need to adjust to a new home. He is very loving and loves to sit on your lap and be petted. Pedro does not like to be picked up but will go on leash with you. He is doing well with his housebreaking and cratetraining. He just needs a loving home. Pedro is neutered, current on shots, heartworm negative and microchipped. If you are interested in this dog please click on the link below and fill out our adoption application form. Click here to check this dog is still available Please fill out an adoption application here and e-mail email@example.com to find out more about this dog
PAIGE - Beagle/Italian Greyhound Mix, neutered female, 8-9 months approx, medium size. Click on the picture to see more photo's. This sweet girl came to the rescue as an unclaimed stray. Paige is a cute little thing! We think she is a Beagle/Italian Greyhound mix due to her long narrow face and body style. Paige is 8-9 months old and 28lbs. She is a little shy but with a little love turns into a happy, playful puppy. Paige does need some leash work but has done well learning to do her business outside and using the doggie door. Paige is spayed, current on shots, heartworm negative and microchipped. Click here to check this dog is still available Please fill out an adoption application here and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this dog.
NACHO - Beagle, neutered male, 6 years approx, medium size. Click on the picture to see more photo's. This little man was rescued from the Caroline County Pound where he came in as a stray. Nacho is approximately 6 years and 30lbs. He is on the shy side and needs some extra 'TLC' and a social dog in his new home. Nacho loves other dogs and loves to play. He has come out considerablely since being at the rescue but needs that special touch only a new owner can give. He will need at least a small fenced yard in his new home. Nacho is neutered, current on shots, heartworm negative and microchipped. Click here to check this dog is still available Please fill out an adoption application here and e-mail email@example.com to find out more about this dog.
JOAN - Beagle Mix, neutered female, 3-4 years approx, medium size. Click on the picture to see more photo's. This pretty girl was found as a stray with Melissa who is believed to be her daughter. Joan is approximately 3-4 years old and weighs 35lbs. She is a happy soul who loves to be petted and made over. She does well with other dogs. Joan will need a fenced yard to keep her from ever being a stray again. This girl was well on her way to starving when the rescue found her. Joan has quickly learned what its like to be well-fed, have clean water and a decent place to lay her head. She is current on shots, spayed, heartworm negative and microchipped. Click here to check this dog is still available Please fill out an adoption application here and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this dog.
MELISSA - Beagle/Shetland Sheepdog Mix?, neutered female, 15 months approx, medium size Click on the picture to see more photo's. This pretty girl was found as a stray with Joan who is believed to be her mother. Melissa is approximately 15 months old and weighs 30lbs. She is a happy soul who just needs some TLC to be a good dog. She does well with other dogs. Melissa will need a fenced yard to keep her from ever being a stray again. She is quickly learning what its like to be well-fed, have clean water and a decent place to lay her head. She is current on shots, spayed, heartworm negative and microchipped. Click here to check this dog is still available Please fill out an adoption application here and e-mail email@example.com to find out more about this dog.
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