Frankies Furry Friends Rescue, Inc
PO Box 289
Alexandria, KY 41001
(859) 392-0015

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  Frankies Furry Friends Rescue, Inc

Our Mission:

Frankies Furry Friends Rescue is a 501c3 organization. We are a small group of volunteers and fosters that foster the dogs in our own homes until they are adopted. Our main concern is giving a small breed dog either from a puppy mill or a local shelter a second chance at a life. We offer them a safe place until their forever homes are found. They receive proper food, they learn how to trust people. The foster gives them lots of love and attention, they are microchiped, and all vetting (including spay or neutering over 6 months old, vaccinations, heartworm testing, bordetella and heartworm preventative) they need until their forever homes are found. We educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering the animals and emphasize the importance of adopting a dog and knowing it is a lifetime commitment. We are run entirely by a group of volunteers. We receive no government support and operate from the funds from our adoption fees, fundraising and generous donations from animal lovers.

Adopting a Friend

Our adoption fees include: spay or neuter (at 6 months or older), microchips, testing for heartworm and prevention, and all dogs are up to date on their vaccinations. We will screen each potential adopter including a home visit to make sure the dog will be a match for the family. If you are interested in adopting a dog please fill out an application located on the website under forms.

New Programs

Hospice Program

We take in older dogs that have severe medical issues that are not adoptable and provide them with everything they need until they cross over. We are in need of  foster homes for these dogs. If you are interested in providing a caring home  please contact us by calling our hotline at 859-392-0015 or emailing us at

Community Outreach Program

Our Community Outreach program is for those people who have a pet with vetting  expenses that they are unable to cover.  We have them go to our vet - Dr. Brandon Heineke and have him provide the care for the dog and we pay what the owner cannot cover. We then ask the person to volunteer hours helping our foster dogs.