Welcome to KARE

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.

DONATE RESCUE MESSAGE US! FOSTER/VOLUNTEER

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.

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Educate. Advocate. Rehabilitate.

KARE’S MISSION:
  • Educate people on understanding and learning how to communicate with their pets in hopes of reducing the number of homeless pets.
  • Rescue adoptable dogs and cats that do not thrive in the shelter environment and simply need a good home and a little training and TLC to make them great pets.
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KARE NEWS

“Joey Loves You. Listen to Him”

An entire world opened up to me. These women not only understood dogs and how they operated, they could basically “speak” their language. I was hooked. Thanks to KARE, my relationship with Joey became one of the best friendships I have ever had.

Mamma Mia’s #HappyTail

Mamma Mia’s owner didn’t want to deal with another litter, so he kicked her out of the house. Carla wasn’t yet ready for another dog, but she couldn’t let her go to another home…

10 Reasons to Foster with KARE

By opening their homes to dogs in need, Fosters can nurture dog into a trust of humans they may have lost. Fosters save lives, but if you are still on the fence, we have 9 more reasons to become a KARE Foster.

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