Who We Are
We are a nonprofit 5013c in the Tumalo area of Bend, OR, that rescues and rehomes dogs and cats from urgent situations and shelters. We are a team of volunteers who are passionate about saving lives and addressing pet overpopulation.
In short, to address the pet overpopulation problem through spay/neuter, and education.
Cascade Canine Rescue East and West or CCREW, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit group in the Tumalo area of Bend, OR. It is run by passionate volunteers who work endlessly to save, vaccinate, care for, spay/neuter, microchip, and network to find loving forever homes for dogs and puppies. We rely heavily on other Pacific Northwest rescue partners, local dog advocates, low-cost vets and business support, fosters, and others to help us with our mission. We are truly grateful for the assistance.
CCREW provides local assistance if there’s a need and we are able to provide accommodations. We aid in connecting folks with other community resources involved with animal welfare as well.
CCREW advocates for bully breeds, but is not breed specific. We save all different breeds and ages of dogs if we think we have a good chance of finding them loving homes in Oregon.
The majority of our furry friends are saved from overcrowded high kill shelters and other urgent situations in CA. These animals have often been neglected or dumped, and have little to no chance of survival without CCREW and our passionate partners. It truly takes a village to make a dent in the terrible overpopulation epidemic in this country.
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