This is the name of the rescue I am going to start. I am going to have kennel facilities when I start breeding my line (and not just run-of-the-mill kennels, kennels made with the comfort, exercise, and mental stimulation wellbeing of the dog in mind) and I am going to make a section of it just for rescues! I'm going to partner up with buddies of mine so we can set up a relay rotation system that in a nutshell gives each dog time for exercise, training/renforcement of training, and social interaction. And every few days each dog will have its turn to sleep in/hang out in the house and sleep with me in my room (I'll have crates stacked, and one or two dogs on my bed depending on if they get along) which will probably have 3-5 dogs in it at a time, which will be safely crated. At first glance I know some of you will think kenneling ever for any reason is cruel but I want you to think about something. For a dog, what is worth more from you, your sheer, distracted all day time or an hour or two a day of intense bonding, brain stimulating, fun time? Think about it. My dogs will be getting more quality, and that is the key word, quality, time a day than some 100% house dogs do in a week! Anyway I got off track. I wanted to tell you more about my rescue plans! Well, I am going to have probably no more than 5 rescues at a time (can't have more than that because I'll have my breeding dogs, and dog's I bred that were returned to me that need to be placed, and the number of dogs is going to add up and I think it is in the best interest of me and my dogs to keep the dog number as low as possible because then me, my husband, and my pals in the breed have more time to do more with each dog. And I mean more than feeding. My dog's are being trained for competition so I can test their conformation, temperament, and working ability!) Anyway I'm going to rescue dogs, and expose them to cats, kids, dogs, men, and women to see how they react, so I can get an idea what the requirements would be for them in a happy home. Then I'll (I'll meaning me or my husband or my friend helpers) train them in basic obedience and house training. And then I'll screen potential adopters and when I find a great match I'll let them adopt the dog. And I'm not going to rush my adoption dog's out the door. I am letting them stay in my kennel until they're ready to go. I would much rather save less dogs, but do a better job on each one, than save many dogs but do it halphazardly. I can't wait until I am able to do this.