RYAN'S MONTHLY RESCUE
Ryan’s Monthly Rescue is the founding program of Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation. Each month, we post photos with an adoptable dog to Logan’s social media pages, as well as on the RARF pages, in hopes of finding their new family. We focus on dogs who are having a difficult time finding their forever home, whether facing behavioral or medical obstacles or just being overlooked in the shelter time and time again. Ryan’s Monthly Rescue dogs benefit from exposure to Logan’s growing social media fan base of over 150k followers.
We select a dog each month who meets our "hard to adopt" criteria for the Ryan's Monthly Rescue program. Once a dog is selected, we work with the rescue/shelter representative to meet the dog at an agreed upon location.
Logan spends time getting to know each selected Ryan's Monthly Rescue dog on a more personal level and makes it his priority to think of a creative photo that showcases that dog's personality. Ryan's Monthly Rescue crew comes prepared with a professional photographer who takes high resolution photographs for our website, social media and other promotional uses. Photos are then posted on the 26th of every month representing Logan's jersey number. Each post will include a short bio, the organization's contact info, and the #RyansMonthlyRescue hashtag!
Once a Ryan's Monthly Rescue dog has been adopted, we will send an autographed photo from the photo shoot to the adopters and list him or her as a happy adoption on our site!
Have a dog you’d like to feature
for Ryan’s Monthly Rescue?
Let us know if your rescue animal meets our requirements below:
• Must be 501c3 organization
• Must be willing to sign photo release
* First priority given to dogs who are able to meet in-person for photos.
• Preferred candidates are “difficult-to-adopt” dogs. Past RMR dogs have included medical cases, dogs in need of a skilled home, or other long-term shelter residents.
• Dog must have no bite history or history of aggression towards people.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for Ryan’s Monthly Rescue inquiries.
MonkMeet Monk! This guy didn’t have it easy and was kept in a basement as a breeding dog. Even though Monk missed out on walks, parks and being a normal dog for part of his life, he is friendly and trusting when you spend time with him. He is a silly, goofy guy who is up for adoption now in Phoenix, AZ!
Photo: Jill Flynn