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Saving lives one animal at a time

Founded in April 2021 on a beautiful 190ac property in the heart of Central New York, The Sweet Life Animal Rescue is committed to protecting animals from cruelty, neglect and slaughter through rescuing, rehabbing and retiring them on the Ranch or rehoming them with their FurEver Families. The more people get involved, the stronger we are. Check out how you can help today.

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Even when driving from her previous home in Florida to her new home on the Ranch in Central New York with the plan to start her own Rescue, Judith stumbled upon two homeless dogs in the NW corner of Alabama that locals knew but didn't care about. Several unsuccessful phone calls and emails later Judith decided to take them in right then and there and make them the first two rescues of the  yet to be incorporated The Sweet Life Animal Rescue. Those two are the Uber-sweet Labs Ella and Enzo who came with 7 adorable puppies in their luggage which were born May 01, 2021 and are the first animals The Sweet Life was able to successfully rehome.

But rescuing is more than simply taking them in and finding them a new home. It also means medical bills for vet care and treatment including dental and chiropractors as needed, vaccinations, microchipping, food, bedding and more.

We cannot do this without your help. It takes a village. No matter how large or small your donation of labor and/or money, every single hour of help and every single Dollar make a difference.


Most of our animals have health issues that need addressing and often long term care. Many animals come to us from situations of neglect or abuse or after accidents.

We don't only address physical issues but also emotional rehab through energy work for mind-body-soul, socialization, species-appropriate keeping and lots of love and care.


Here at the Ranch our Animals are allowed to live the life that their species needs; dogs get lots of outside time going on hikes, roaming the property, interacting with other animals and using all their senses that they were given.

The equines get to spend all of their time on about 40ac traveling up and down the hillside at their liking which provides them with the daily exercise they need to prevent equine specific medical issues like founder and laminitis caused by a lack of movement and inadequate feed.

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The more we can rehome the more we can rescue.

Help us by adopting.

If you can't adopt, foster.

If you can't foster, volunteer.

If you can't volunteer, donate.

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310 Dimmock Hollow Rd, Morris NY 13808


NYS Registered Shelter/Rescue No. 485

NYS Charitable Organisation Reg. No. 48-79-88

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