13-year-old Starts Nonprofit Dog Rescue

Claire Fraise and one of her fosters.
Claire Fraise and one of her fosters.

Claire Fraise, 13, is doing more than dreaming about helping homeless dogs – she’s started her own no-kill dog rescue to help save more dogs.

We think her goal is a pretty good one:

“My dream is to set-up one of the world’s largest animal sanctuary, just like DogTown,” she says. DogTown is the 33,000 acre sanctuary run by Best Friends Animal Society in southern Utah.

Lucky, Claire's first rescue, who know has a furever home.
Lucky, Claire’s first rescue, who know has a furever home.

Recently, her first rescue dog Lucky, now named Honey, found her forever home, something that Fraise says is the best feeling in the world.

Watch the full interview below:

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