Northwest Dog Project is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit in Eugene, OR, established in August 2014. They rescue, re-home and enhance the lives of neglected, abused and homeless dogs, while advocating responsible pet ownership. They welcome medically-challenged dogs and provide a nurturing forever sanctuary to seniors who have been abandoned in their golden years. Northwest Dog Project carefully rescues dogs facing euthanasia, to no fault of their own, and welcomes them into the program until they’re healthy, well evaluated and ready for their forever homes. They are also happy to help local owner-surrendered dogs provided that the dog meets their intake criteria and if space is available. They are not a breed specific rescue, but they do have a special spot for the bully type breeds. Their charming, barn-boutique-like facility sits on 20+ acres of forest land on the outskirts of Eugene. They have a large, fenced-in outdoor play yard complete with a pool and lots of enrichment toys/tools where staff and volunteers host daily playgroups, socialization sessions and work on training. They’re deeply committed to the connectivity and longevity of their forever home placements. They provide a lifetime of support to their adopters and the dogs that grace their program. They’ve rescued and re-homed about 700 dogs since their doors opened in 2014.