About Us

ABOUT 4 directions pet rescue

Ryanne and Brandi are the founders of 4 Directions Animal Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating animals in need in North Carolina. With their deep love for dogs, they have committed themselves to doing everything in their power to save as many of them as possible.

Through their tireless efforts, Ryanne and Brandi have built a strong team of volunteers and professionals who share their vision of a world where every animal is treated with kindness and compassion. They work closely with local shelters and animal control agencies, providing much-needed resources and support while rescuing dogs from high-risk situations.

At 4 Directions Pet Rescue, they understand the importance of community involvement in animal welfare. Their mission is to provide a safe haven for animals that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected, and to help them find loving forever homes. They are committed to providing each animal with individualized care and attention to meet their specific needs, and their team of experienced veterinarians and animal care professionals ensures that every animal receives the medical attention they require.

The dedication that Ryanne and Brandi have to the well-being of animals is truly inspiring. Their organization is a testament to the power of compassion and the impact that a few determined individuals can have on the lives of so many animals in need.

Join them in their mission to create a world where every animal is treated with kindness and compassion. Together, we can make a difference.

How We Started

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Why You Should Adopt a Dog

You will save a life: By adopting an animal from a shelter, you are giving a home to an animal in need. Shelters take in animals that have been abandoned, lost, or surrendered, and many of these animals may be euthanized if they are not adopted. By adopting, you are helping to save a life.

You will support animal welfare: When you adopt an animal from a shelter, you are supporting animal welfare. Shelters work tirelessly to provide care and rehabilitation for animals in need, and by adopting from a shelter, you are helping to fund their efforts.

You will get a great companion: Shelter animals can make wonderful companions. Many have already been socialized and trained, and they are often grateful for the love and attention they receive in their new homes. Shelter staff can help you find an animal that fits your lifestyle and personality.

You will save money: Adopting from a shelter is often much less expensive than buying from a breeder or pet store. Many shelters also provide spay/neuter services and vaccinations, which can save you money in the long run.

You will make room for other animals: By adopting from a shelter, you are not only saving one animal's life, but you are also making room for other animals in need. Shelters often have limited space and resources, and by adopting, you are helping to create space for more animals to be rescued and cared for.




James Skarr

Animal Trainer


Jenny Smith

Animal Trainer


Lily Connor

Animal Trainer