All Sato Rescue (ASR) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives, and reducing the numbers, of abandoned dogs in Puerto Rico. (Sato is Puerto Rican slang for a mutt.) We rescue and rehome Satos, and we also strive to address the root causes of overpopulation, abuse, and neglect through initiatives aimed at raising public awareness, facilitating low-cost spay and neuter, and expanding the involvement of the judiciary and government in implementing humane solutions.
Every cent of every dollar donated goes directly into helping Satos!
You can make a one time donation or become a monthly donor using your credit card or paypal. You may also send a check payable to All Sato Rescue to ALL SATOS RESCUE, PMB No. 595, P.O. Box 194000, San Juan, PR 00919-4000 (any packages please send to All Sato Rescue, PMB 3 595, 220 Domenech, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00918).
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Northeast US address:
313 Summer Street, Somerville, MA 02143
Welcome to All Sato Rescue
Help pass a new law to help Satos
There is an incredibly important bill being proposed that would drastically help Satos and gatos on the island. You can help the effort for this bill to become a law. If passed, this legislation would enact an effective spay/neuter policy and allow veterinarians from the mainland U.S. to come to Puerto Rico and perform high volume spay/neuter clinics. The legislation would also encourage adoption, and place a temporary five year moratorium on the sale of dogs and cats. A coalition would be created to help people stop overpopulation in their communities. This will have a huge impact on the animals of Puerto Rico!
Whether you live on the island or not, there are a couple steps you can take to help get this law passed.
3. Contact Representative Lydia Mendez (email@example.com) and Senator Jose Luis Dalmau (firstname.lastname@example.org) who are lawmakers in Puerto Rico. Tell them that you Support S1631 and C2950 because you deeply care about the animals of Puerto Rico.
We are extremely humbled and grateful for the generosity of the employees and management of El Conquistador Resort! They just presented us this check for $800!! They sold cupcakes as part of their fundraiser to help our rescue and transport operation. They know there is a need to help the animals of Puerto Rico, they know what we do, and the good people at El Conquistador stepped up to help, and for that we say thank you!
28 Puppies Need Our Help
These are the 28 puppies all rescued together in Camuy. Talk about a big pile of cuteness! They're safe at Humane Society of Puerto Rico and as you can see they are quite content...and sleepy!
They're only six weeks old and are underweight. We're helping in any way possible, and eventually will fly them to partner shelters. What's needed most right now are donations, foster homes, and food.
If you can chip in a few dollars it would be greatly appreciated.
Photogenic and newsworthy Satos!
DANVERS, Mass. —Shelter puppies originally found abandoned in Puerto Rico have been flown to Massachusetts and will be available for adoption. The puppies were saved by All Sato Rescue, one of dozens of groups to receive funding through a grant program which supports the safe transport of rescue dogs from parts of the country where supply exceeds demand to areas where demand for adoptable dogs exceeds the supply.
Two of our puppies, Darryl and Leo, were just on the local NBC stations in Maine, WCSH 6 and WLBZ 2!! We recently flew them and their five other siblings to Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland. They're going to be at an adoption event at 10am today at The Fish & Bone - Portland. You do not want to miss out on meeting these playful Sato puppies!!! Thanks to WCSH and WLBZ for putting our Puerto Rican rescue pups on their Fetch ME a Home segment!
90 rescues transported in one week. Sato with a broken leg rescued and operated on. Rescue Reunions next month.
We recently came across this young puppy with a broken leg in Piñones and saving him became a top priority. When the neighbor of one of our friends told us about this little guy, whom we’ve named Sendy, we immediately brought him to the veterinarian. Sendy’s femur was fractured which required surgery. Sendy is now on the mend as he recovers from the surgery. He is a very friendly dog! Our friend is holding a few different fundraisers trying to help with Sendy’s vet bill which is more than $2,000.
Can you help sponsor Sendy by chipping in today?
A true fighter is rescued!
When we first rescued Alannah with her siblings we didn't know if she would make it. We did everything in our power to help her, and she fought like crazy and she made it! Here's a photo we took of Alannah at the airport on the morning she flew to New Jersey!! The best news of all is that we found out she was adopted from Monmouth County SPCA!!!
Generous children with hearts of gold!
We'd like to give a shout out to a class of fifth graders in Queens, New York for sending us bags of dog and puppy food, cans of puppy food, and medicine!!! They also sent us hand written cards. Here's a photo of little Amistad posing in front of the giant bags of food! The food couldn't have come at a better time as we had a few new puppy rescues severely emaciated and in need of serious nutrition. Thanks to these kind boys and girls, the puppies ate a lot of great food and made a full recovery! They have since been adopted!!! We are always in need of food and supplies to care for our Satos in foster homes.