Teamwork makes the dog rescue dream work

Millions of dogs are surrendered to animal shelters across the country every year.  Many of them never find forever homes, and face euthanasia as their time ticks away.  A New Leash on Life Pet Rescue and Transport is a 501 © (3) nonprofit organization (#47-1838633) dedicated to rescuing dogs from high-kill shelters, abandonment, and the danger of abuse and neglect.  Our goal is to save as many dogs as we can, regardless of age, size, or breed.  We are ready at a moment’s notice to cross state lines to rescue dogs who may otherwise have only hours to live.  We are committed to providing the most efficient, safe, and caring transport possible.  We are dedicated to working with a responsible network of agencies that share the same core values and passions.  Every decision is made in the best interest of the animals rescued, and serves as a first step to a new and wonderful life.

Mark Gilbert
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Donation Items

Looking for ways to help?  Here are a list of donation items that are always welcome:

  •  Food
  •  Treats
  •  Toys
  • Blankets / Towels
  • Kennels / Carriers
  • Paper Towels
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Featured Stories

Every dog has a story, but with our help, they all end up with their “happy ever after”.

Walmart Community Grant to fight pet hunger

Walmart Community Grant to fight pet hunger

A NEW LEASH ON LIFE RECEIVES WALMART COMMUNITY GRANT AWARD TO FIGHT PET HUNGER (EUGENE, OR) — A Walmart Community Grant has been awarded...

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Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect

Picasso finds internet fame. One of the more famous rescues we were part of.  Picasso and his wonky face have captured the hearts of...

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Pet Food Bank – Nourishment for our Furry Friends

Pet Food Bank – Nourishment for our Furry Friends

Pet food banks helping seniors, homeless, and our rescue/foster partners.  Our rescue efforts have taught us that empowering pet owners...

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Phone: Jane or Mark Gilbert 541-484-1962
Fax: 541-484-1974
Eugene, Oregon 97404
155 Division Avenue
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