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Vizsla Rescue Poems:
We reprint these to help people understand what is meant by "rescue" and how important participating in that effort really is to both the dog as well as the human. Poem 1 Do I Go Home Today? , Poem 2 Once I was a Lonely Dog..., and  Poem 3 Dedicated to Rescue Workers.

Vizsla Rescue Articles:

Please see the ARTICLES web page, scroll down to RESCUE section.

Vizsla Mall:
To assist Rescue Efforts please see the Mall for items for sale where a portion or all of the profits go to Rescue. Also you can click here to see a fund-raising flyer the Utah Vizsla Rescue did on "How You Can Help". Also there is a listing for Vizsla Rescue Fund.

Vizsla Rescue Contacts:
The purpose of this USA Vizsla Rescue Contacts list is to accord Rescue workers an easy reference by state when they receive a phone call from someone out-of-state looking for a Rescue Vizsla. Click here for a listing of the VCA's List of Rescue. Coordinators. There is a special Wirehaired Vizsla Club of America Rescue, please contact Deb Wall,

International listing of Rescue :
To assist we are also listing those people in other countries who are also doing Rescue.

Specific regional, club-related, or individual web pages geared toward Rescue Efforts:
Utah Vizsla Rescue
Colorado Vizsla Rescue
Central Wisconsin Vizsla Club

A Rescuer's Creed: I shall be a believer of all that is good in man and of all that is deserving in animals. I shall plead for their lives, campaign for their safety and uphold their right to a natural death. I shall seek out the injured and the maimed, the unloved, and the abandoned and tend to them in their last days. I shall not forget their place in the hierarchy of life, nor that we walk in each other's paths. I shall bear witness to the wonder they bring into our lives and to the beauty they bestow upon our souls. I shall renew their spirits when they are waning, bind their wounds when they bleed, cradle them when they whimper, and comfort them when they mourn. I shall be near them in their hour of greatest need -- a companion and friend when the time has come. I shall watch over them and console them and ask that the angels gather them in their arms. From the creatures of the earth I shall learn the fruits of compassion and undying love, and I shall be called the beloved of God. In their company I shall indeed be blessed. ~ Susan M. Person ~

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