The Inner Dog LLC

​​​Sam Wike, CPDT-KA, VSPDT-CDT and Behavior Specialist

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These are some of the animal welfare and rescue organizations I support to help their behaviorally challenged dogs have a better chance to find their forever home.


If you are a member of a shelter or rescue that is looking to educate your staff or volunteers or you need to have dogs assessed or behavior modification plans designed for dogs under your care, please reach out to me through my contact page as I offer a 50% discount on my services.
 
*Pick Your Paw Animal Rescue: Monmouth County, NJ                                 www.pickyourpaw.org

   This is a great local rescue that I love working with and being a part of
*Doodle Rescue Collective Inc: NJ & Nationwide                                             www.doodlerescue.org
*Furever Home Rescue: NJ and Northeast Region                                          www.fhdr.petfinder.com
*Garden State German Shepherd Rescue: NJ & Northeast Region              www.gsgsr.org
*Best Friends Animal Society: NYC & Tri-State Programs                              www.bestfriends.org
*Monmouth County SPCA: Eatontown, NJ                                                         www.monmouthcountyspca.org
*North East Springer Spaniel Rescue: MA 
*Luv Furever Animal Rescue                                                                                 www.luvfureveranimalrescue.org

*Brendan's Meadows Rescue                                                                                www.brendansmeadows.com
 
 
*Marty's Place Senior Dog Sanctuary                                                                 www.martysplace.org

Marty's Place is a sanctuary for senior dogs in Upper Freehold, NJ. Set on 85 acres in "horse country", the facility is located in a bucolic setting. Peaceful and quiet, dogs 7 years and older are accepted on a case by case basis, almost all of whom are owner surrenders for a myriad of reasons. If the owner consents and the dog is assessed as adoptable, they do everything they can to find the dog a great and loving home to live out their life. Whether a dog is adoptable or not, each and every dog that resides at Marty's Place will live a life full of love, respect, dignity, compassion, enrichment and enjoyment.

To learn about Marty and his legacy and for more information on the sanctuary or to donate, please go to:  www.martysplace.org