Testimonials from those who found their new family members through Halfway Home.
Thumper 2018We adopted Thumper on 1.27.18. I found his ad on Craigslist, and contacted the rescue group. I started texting with Kasie and she told me all about Thumper, his personality and sent me pictures of him. I filled out the application and everything that needed to be done and was approved to meet him. She even graciously allowed me to meet him the same day as I was so excited to meet this little guy! He was everything I was looking for and more, Kasie was dead on with his personality and how he behaved. We ended up leaving with him that night. He has settled right into our home and our hearts already! I would recommend Halfway Home Rescue to all my friends and family that were local looking to adopt, very friendly and so knowledgeable of the personality of the animals! Thank you for our new family member! He is already making a great ESA!
The O’Boyle Family
Toby 2010As a personal friend of the rescues owner an webmanager of the site, I see plenty of pups come through Halfwayhome and go on to find their forever homes. I suppose it was only a matter of time before I found one that would tug at my heart strings. When I got the picture of Toby for the site, I was absolutely smitten! I had to do some convincing with my spouse but the next week we drove all the way from Las Vegas, Nevada to Arizona to meet him. Kasie hadn't had him long but she was already very perceptive of his behavior and personality. He was neutered and microchipped the next day and we got to bring him home. Fastforward 9 years, Toby (now Romeo) is a healthy old man. Through the years Kasie has always been eager to get updates on his growth and progress. She cares deeply for every fuzzy critter that comes through her care. Thank you Halfway Home for bringing me and my best bud together!
< Miller Family
Disclaimer: This website is updated as often as possible. We cannot make updates with each and every arrival and departure of animals in our care. Please be advised that its first come, first served and the animals will go to the most qualified applicant in order of which they e-mail to inquire about the animal.