Saving lives ‘4 paws at a time’ on the Caribbean island of Nevis

Lulu female 9 months
Callie Female Dog for adoption
Pino- island dog for adoption
Daisy Puppy
 Jack Russell terrier

Momma "Summer"


Breed : Nevisian Brindle


Age : 5 yrs


Looking for ; a happy forever home.


Sex : Female


Size : 40lbs


Momma Summer was a  happy go lucky 'wild dog, roaming the villas and grounds of the Four Seasons resort wit her young son 5 month old 'Junior' in tow, During a long drought period where water was short, Summer and Junior tried to drink from an ornemental  pool at a villa and fell in. Unable to climb out they dog paddled for a long time, when found by a gardener they were exhausted and going under. Hauled out to safety and brought to the CARE Shelter. Summer's will to survive was strong as she was also pregant. # weeks after arriving she gave birth to her puppies. Cadburty and Hershey and 2 others since adopted. Momma Summer is about 6 years old and looking for a forever home. She  likes to stroll around, play with her pups, loves to be stroked and needs a forever home. She is a good watch dog  too


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Adopt a Shelter Animal.

We believe at C.A.R.E. Nevis that every animal deserves a 2nd chance at a happy life. The dogs we rescue are all “Island “ dogs. On Nevis the local term for mixed breed dogs is ’dung-pan dog’ , not nice. Therefore every dog in our Shelter is given a proper name, one which suits the character or markings of the animal. People may say ’What’s in a Name? We believe everything.


Any dog or puppy that is adopted or fostered through C.A.R.E. Nevis goes to its new home, happy, healthy and well adjusted through our exact rehabilitation process. If the animals have reached the appropriate age they will be spay / neutered, if not we provide a voucher for free spay neuter when the puppy comes of age.


Foster: for those not ready to commit full time.

We encourage animal lovers to consider fostering one of our shelter dogs. All our rescues need some socialisation’ in a loving home to help them become trusting of humans and to enjoy walking with a human companion.


Can’t Foster a dog at your place ? Then how about an ‘E-Foster ?’ We’ll provide you with a portfolio and reg-ular updates of your E Fostered pup. Click for details

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