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    Have your best friend's unique personality captured by acclaimed La Jolla dog photographer, Andrew Grant, in a studio in La Jolla and help the Rancho Coastal Humane Society

    La Jolla dog photographer, Andrew Grant, will photograph your best friend and include him or her in a page in the Rover coffee table book of dogs when you make a donation of $5,000 directly to the Rancho Coastal Humane Society. All purebreds, mixed breeds and rescues are welcome!

    Children, the elderly and everyone in between. People and animals facing physical, mental and emotional challenges. Victims of domestic violence ... two-legged and four-legged. The homeless and others struggling to make ends meet. People and animals with special needs. Families in search of their new “best friends.” Members of our military ... past and present. When their needs are greatest, they put their trust in Rancho Coastal Humane Society in Encinitas, California.

    When RCHS was founded in 1960, there was a dirt road running behind the kennels and Encinitas was a little surf town “out in the sticks.” Today that little dirt road is known as “Interstate 5,” and the population of this little way station on the beach has grown to 60,000.

    The pet adoption program at RCHS has found new families for thousands of homeless dogs, cats and rabbits. Outreach through our “Friends of County Animal Shelters” rescue effort helps animal shelters and rescue groups nationwide to save the lives of the pets entrusted to their care.

    Nearly 20,000 children participate in the humane education camps and projects that RCHS offers each year.  “Animal Safehouse” provides a safety net for victims of domestic violence by accepting their pets, allowing them to escape before it’s too late. Trained, certified Pet Assisted Therapy dogs (and their people) visit convalescent facilities, homes for abused children and libraries to share the healing power of fur.

    And the RCHS Community Pet Food Bank is there to lend a helping paw by providing pet food, medical treatment, basic supplies and support for families and individuals who might otherwise be forced to give up their pets and companion animals.

    RoverWorks.org generated donations of $22,500 for Rancho Coastal Humane Society.

    Visit the Rancho Coastal Humane Society website.