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Glen Highland Farm merchandise now available at Cafe Press!!  A portion of all purchases goes to support the rescue efforts at the Farm  Click here to order


A NEW WAY TO HELP!! 
If you'd like to support the rescue dogs, we have a new way to do it!

You can order the food we feed from our supplier and they'll deliver it 
with our normal weekly order. 
This a great help to us to lower our costs in handling the food needs.

Choose whatever you'd like to have sent, contact Dog Wild Canine Supply
Food or biscuits!!  
http://www.dogwildsupply.com/

Additional contact info if you want it is:
607-547-5261 and/or info@dogwildsupply.com

Dog Wild Canine Supply  credit card or checks accepted 
Contact:  Dana Rice or Ray Ouellet
Prices range from $35-$55 per bag/box!!

WELLNESS Duck & Rice (for our sensitive stomach dogs)
Taste of the Wild
Evo Small Bites (for our skinny dogs who need xtra protein)
Mother Hubbard Mini Biscuits, 20 pound box
Mother Nature's Carrot Cake Cookies, 10 pound box


WHAT DO THE DOGS NEED AT THE FARM?????

NYLABONES  
All shapes & sizes, no flavors please
Galileo nylabones are the best - order from
www.PetEdge.com 

BEEF TREATS  
All-beef bullwrinkles or braided bullwrinkles would be great!  (no rawhide please)

DOG BISCUITS  
Mother Hubbard - Any flavor is perfect.  We use huge boxes every week.

STUFFED, SQUEAKY TOYS  
All shapes, sizes and kinds are needed please -  send dozens!

Order from -
www.PetEdge.com  many toys are $1 each

We happily accept used toys that are washed as well as blankets and towels.


To Foster, Volunteer and/or Transport
The Rescue world is comprised of volunteers who love the breed or just want to help animals. We appreciate anyone who is interested in helping us carry out the work at Glen Highland Farm because there's no way we could ever do it alone.

TRANSPORT:

There are people near and far who help transport dogs between states, insuring that the dogs can come from pounds all over to get to us, sometimes by car, sometimes by air. No matter how they arrive, without each person doing their part in the 'dog chain', these dogs would not survive. Each person drives a distance of approximately 1-2 hours in most cases so its not a burden on any one person.

So, if you'd like to help, please consider TRANSPORT. All you need is to provide us with your phone and email and whatever distances and areas you're willing to cover and we'll contact you whenever the need arises to move a dog. If you're called and cannot help out, that's okay, maybe another time will work out.

WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF TRANSPORT HELP SINCE DOGS COME FROM NEW JERSEY, CONNECTICUT, LONG ISLAND, NYC AND OTHER NEARBY NORTHEAST AREAS.


FOSTERING:

Many people really want to help dogs directly so they FOSTER. A dog or two will live in your home for one to 9 months until a new home is found. You provide the love, the food and shelter, and help the dog in whatever ways possible. If you can teach obedience like sit, stay and come, that's very helpful to getting the dog ready for a new home. 

GHF is expanding the foster program and looking for additional homes within TWO hours of the Farm who are willing to care for a dog. (All vetting is handled by the Farm)  Foster dogs could be young or old and may require a long-term stay up to 9 months, depending on the dog. Fencing is required and children must be over the age 
of 7, no exceptions.

Please submit a foster application if you are interested. Click here

WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF FOSTER HOMES SINCE THERE ARE SO MANY DOGS NEEDING HELP.


VOLUNTEERING:

Other people really like to get involved at Glen Highland Farm as a VOLUNTEER. If you'd like to help with the dozen rescue dogs onsite, we're glad to have extra hands for feeding, walking, exercising and playing. If you love dogs, this is a great place to be. 

Other ways to volunteer are in helping with mailings, with internet research or with transport coordination. If you have a special skill, were always open to whatever youd like to do. For example, some people have graphics backgrounds and offer to design logos or brochures or the website; other people have connections for food, supplies and other dog items, so they organize items coming to us.

WE VALUE WHATEVER YOU WANT TO BRING TO THE RESCUE WORK AND HOPE THAT YOU WANT TO JOIN US IN HELPING THESE GREAT DOGS!




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enter Glen Highland Farm in the box 
"Who do you Good Search for?" 
- and click verify!!

Contact the Farm rescue@glenhighlandfarm.com
217 Pegg Rd, Morris, NY  13808
Phone: (607)263-5415  Fax:  (607)263-5325