Kitsap Animal Rescue & Education (KARE) is an volunteer-powered, non-profit organization, based out of Kitsap County, whose mission is to provide animal welfare education as well as animal rescue/shelter support for the community. We provide classes, workshops and seminars revolving around dog behavior, communication and training, in the effort of reducing the number of homeless and relinquished pets in the area. Our goal is to help pets find and stay in their “forever homes”. We hope to share our mission, while continuing to build our network of community partnerships.
During this time of social distancing & the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, we have temporarily suspended all in-person classes, workshops, assessments and consultations.
Working with you face-to-face is obviously a much preferred method of training but until we are able to see you in person, we want to offer as much support as possible. Thus KARE is working at finding ways to give you the help you need while keeping us all safe.
Some of the tools we will be implementing include live webinars, one-to-one video consultations and instructional videos. Currently we are working at putting together a couple of live webinars, filming a few instructional videos on specific behaviors and compiling a list of online resources.
Please stay tuned to our social media and website. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We are still here for you!
KARE Training and Activity Center is NOW AVAILABLE! Participate in a KARE class, or rent our indoor or outdoor play areas for personalized, one-on-one sessions.