Animal Rescue Partnerships
"When spiders unite, they can tie down a lion." - Ethiopian Proverb
In 2021, Quing Canine partnered with Angels For Mistreated Animals (AMA) Rescue.
Angels for Mistreated Animals (AMA) is an animal rescue organization founded in Brooklyn New York. The organization’s mission has always been to safeguard animals who have experienced the most severe cases of abuse, neglect and abandonment.
Quing Canine is one of the thousands of spiders that help flip the odds in a dogs favor by teaching hands on classes at AMA Animal Rescue to volunteers, taking more challenging dogs as Board N Trainers, offering free in person lessons to fosters, & discounted in person lessons to adopters.
Classes are aimed to educate volunteers on dog handling techniques, leash walking, & creating a more balanced environment all around. Volunteers are vital in shaping these dogs before being adopted.
Quing Canine holds space for special cases by taking them as Board N Trainers. This creates a healthier space for other dogs living at AMA Animal Rescue while giving one on one professional training to more challenging dogs so that they can be adopted.
Fosters who have volunteered not only their time, but their home, may need guidance on how to make it work. Quing Canine steps in by offering free in person lessons to fosters, and discounted in-person lessons for those who have adopted from AMA Animal Rescue. It's our way of saying thank you
AMA Animal Rescue Board N Trainers
For more information about available dogs, please contact AMA Animal Rescue
Charlotte: Belusky Mix, Female
Heartworm Treatment Aftercare & General Obedience
Board N Trainer: April 2021 - July 2021
Heartworm Negative: August 2021
Pancakes: Pitbull Mix, Female
Board N Trainer: June 2021 - Present
Quing Canine has been a prefered trainer of The Sato Project since 2019.
The Sato Project is dedicated to rescuing abused and abandoned dogs from Puerto Rico. There are currently an estimated 500,000 stray dogs roaming the island’s streets and beaches. With no access to food, fresh water, or veterinary care, many of these dogs are living daily lives of severe suffering.
The municipal shelter system is overwhelmed, with only five shelters across all 78 of the island’s municipalities. These shelters have a combined euthanasia rate of over 94%. Since 2011, The Sato project has rescued more than 5,500 dogs from the streets and beaches of Puerto Rico and flown them to new lives on the mainland.
The Sato team spends time getting to know each one of the dogs unique personalities and needs. Sometimes, extra rehabilitation is needed after living on their own for many years or suffering from abuse. No matter what each dog needs or how long they need it for, the team in Puerto Rico goes above and beyond for all of the dogs.
They make sure each and every dog is socialized, handled and gets plenty of love every day until they are able to take their Freedom Flight and get adopted.