CONTACT NEBTR: Please contact the following. Adoption Inquiries and Existing Applicant Liason: If your last name is A-H: Tammy Trivelpiece. If your last name is I-Q: Jeannine Rosolie. If your last name is R-Z: Vicki Cuneo. If you need to surrender a dog, contact Jerrilyn Walter. For all other inquiries and general questions: Joy Riley.

Out and About With NEBTR

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Madison’s Mission Challenge

Kindness brings warmth on a wintry day.

On November 01, 2010 due to illness, I lost my sweet Boston Terrier, Madison Hunter. In 2012 Madison’s Mission was established in her memory. One of the goals of Madison’s Mission is to help Boston Terriers needing health and behavioral care as well as the needs of those being placed in foster care.

Madison’s Mission chooses to assist Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue (NEBTR) with their financial needs. For a multitude of reasons, NEBTR takes dogs into foster care for re-homing. Their caring hands guide the dogs into new homes where they receive love, attention, health and behavioral care. This may be for the first time in the dog’s life.

Madison’s Mission is taking on a challenge to financially help NEBTR. Please send to Madison’s Mission a Valentine’s Day card with a monetary donation. Checks can be made to NEBTR enclosed in the card. All of your generous donations received will be given to NEBTR.

So what happens to all the Valentine’s Day Cards??? They will be donated to Meals On Wheels Association. The home bound citizens will receive one of your lovely cards. I approached the local Meals On Wheels Association, they were thrilled and excited to know the home bound community would receive such special cards. Please feel free to write a personal message in the card.

I invite you to join Madison’s Mission’s Challenge by sending your cards and monetary donation to the address below by February 10, 2017.

Help bring some warmth during these cold days of winter to the Boston Terriers and the home bound community.

Madison’s Mission/NEBTR
1900 Empire Blvd
#217
Webster, NY 14580-1993

Thanks to Rover.com

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Rover is a website and app that connects pet parents with pet sitters. Rover’s Sit a Dog, Save a Life lets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already: asking your neighbors to watch your dog instead of leaving them in a kennel.
Many Rover sitters in New York donate a percentage of their earnings to nonprofits
through Sit a Dog, Save a Life. When you book with a sitter who has the Rover
Donation Badge on their profile, you’re helping dogs in need.

Thanks to For Love of Bostons

THE AUCTION HAS ENDED
Our thanks to the many lovely people at “For the Love of Boston’s Auction Group” They did a fantastic job with promoting this event.


NEBTR brought in $5,600 to help the fosters with vetting! Thanks to all who bid, shared, donated and purchased items.

Make Their Dreams Come True

AmazonWishlistHelp individual NEBTR pups and make their dreams come true by buying a gift from their wish list. Many come to us with nothing, from a shelter or a puppy mill, and they have never known a treat or a soft bed or a toy to play with.

If you would like to give a gift to a particular Boston, they are listed on the left hand column of that page. Just click on the name to be taken to that dog’s list. Your gift will be sent directly to your pup at their foster home by Amazon. It couldn’t be easier!

And don’t forget to start at smile.amazon.com. We get an extra donation that way.

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Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue (NEBTR) is comprised of volunteers based in NY, NJ, PA, CT and DE and serves Boston Terriers in need within reach of our helping hands. Most dogs in foster care for placement are adolescent to adult dogs in need of re-homing in life for a multitude of reasons and will need caring hands to guide them as they transition into new homes. All of our rescue dogs are fostered and evaluated for a 2 week minimum to allow us to assess their personality and provide them with basic foundation skills - House/Crate training, basic manners - to ease their transition into new homes. It is our belief such work in foster care better prepares dogs for success and helps forms lasting bonds.