Rescue Spotlight – Renegade Paws Rescue – Savannah Georgia

The Savannah, Georgia dog rescue organization Renegade Paws Rescue celebrated its one year anniversary this week and also achieved a major milestone of 400 dogs rescued in just one year of operation!

The organization’s mission is to find every dog a home, but they do have a “soft spot” for Bulldog breeds. Bullies, just like Pit Bulls, can easily become victims of negative stereotypes, especially if you base your opinion on how they look in a stressful shelter environment.

Whenever they can, Renegade Paws fosters their rescue dogs out to a foster family or individual, who provides them with a quiet, stress free environment to rest and if necessary, recover from injuries or other medical conditions. 

If you live in the Savannah, Georgia area and are interested in learning how you can foster, adopt or donate to Renegade Paws, just click right here or send them an email at  And please be sure to let them know you heard about them here on The WoofPost! is a comprehensive site for information dog owners can rely on, and includes tips on health, exercise, fun facts, breed profiles and much more. has a free active Facebook Group of dog parents which any dog owner is welcome to join at  The WoofPost’s official hashtag is #woofpost

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By Ellen Britt

Dr. Ellen Britt has loved dogs since she was a child. She is particularly fond of the Northern breeds, especially Alaskan Malamutes. Ellen worked as a PA in Emergency and Occupational Medicine for two decades and holds a doctorate (Ed.D.) in biology.

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