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:
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Welcome to All Sato Rescue
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.
While driving through Rio Piedras on her way to feed the stray dogs on her daily route, one of our volunteers came across these two puppies. The brother and sister pair are missing almost all of their hair. Our volunteer couldn't just leave them behind! They're now off the street, have been seen by a vet, and are on a slow road to recovery. We need your help to cover their veterinary and food expenses. Will you sponsor Bastien & Bastienne? You can ensure that these two get everything they need, including special food and medications, by chipping in today.
This is what a litter of 10 rescued and hungry puppies looks like!!
Pups on route Sterling Animal Shelter
We sent a huge transport of 28 puppies from San Juan to Sterling Animal Shelter including these two named Joy and Jesse! These little puppies were abandoned in a box at a flea market in Vega Baja. Luckily they had a wonderful foster to care for them leading up to their big travel day today!
Satos on WBZ | CBS Boston
Here's the clip highlighting the transport of 18 puppies to Sterling Animal Shelter! Our little pups had their ASPCA bandanas on because this transport was made possible through our grant from ASPCA and Subaru of America, Inc. Are you ready to adopt???
Did you catch our Satos on WBZ | CBS Boston earlier this week? Here's the clip highlighting the transport of 18 puppies to Sterling Animal Shelter! Our little pups had their ASPCA bandanas on because this transport was made possible through our grant from ASPCA and Subaru of America, Inc. Are you ready to adopt???
Are these the cutest puppies you've ever seen? They were rescued from a public housing project in Carolina. We just flew them to Monmouth County SPCA in New Jersey! We don't think they'll be at the shelter too long!!
18 Satos fly to Massachusetts!!
Saying goodbye to our rescues at the San Juan airport means adoption is right around the corner! These transports are made possible thanks to a fantastic grant we've received from ASPCA and Subaru of America, Inc. We are grateful for this grant, our partner shelters, and the people who open up their homes to adopt!!
Rescued on a hillside
Six sweet little puppies were found near the highway between Arecibo and Utuado. One named Alannah was very ill at first but is doing much better and is getting healthier with each day!
11 tiny puppies were rescued with their mom in Bayamon!
They were born at the end of January and we rescued them shortly after that. Pups are now a little over a month old!