New Jersey Rescue Dogs

Home for Good Dog Rescue (HFGDR) is a 100% foster-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) dog rescue established in 2010 in Summit, New Jersey with offices in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. We rescue dogs from high-kill shelters in South Carolina and Georgia, which are overflowing with unwanted dogs on the brink of being euthanized. We then transport the dogs to New Jersey where they are placed in loving foster homes while they await adoption into loving homes for good! Bark-a-Que graphics designed by Freepik.


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Office Adoption Event

The dogs are waiting! Visit us at our offices, 465 Springfield Ave. in Berkeley Heights, this Saturday, Sept. 24 from 11 AM to 4 PM to meet our pups and maybe even find a perfect forever friend of your own! Remember to apply for adoption online before you arrive in order to speed the process... Read more »

Summit Farmer’s Market

Picking up some fresh produce at the Summit Farmer’s Market this Sunday, Sept. 25? Why not swing on by from 8 AM to 1 PM and maybe pick up a pup as well? We’ll be having a small outreach event, and now is the chance for you to meet a few of our dogs and... Read more »

Treats, Toys and More

We’re so thrilled to be part of Ava’s Bat Mitzvah journey! Ava found her forever friend Oliver through Home for Good, and now, as her way of giving back, she will be at Cherrybrook Pet Supplies, 704 North Ave. in Garwood, NJ, collecting donations of toys, treats, and more on September 24! She is calling on... Read more »

“Par for Pups” Golf Outing

On Tuesday, September 27, 2016, Home for Good Dog Rescue will hold its Annual Par for Pups Golf Outing at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains, New Jersey. The proceeds from this event go directly to help Home For Good continue its mission: to rescue homeless dogs from high-kill shelters, nurture them in our network... Read more »

Support the Almost Home Capital Campaign

Own your own piece of the Almost Home Wellness Center.  We have for sale bronze miniatures of  James Muir’s “Faithful Friend” that will stand outside of Almost Home.  The artist had made just 30 of these statues, numbered and signed, before the mold was broken. The collector’s piece is available for purchase here, It is... Read more »