FureverUSA Launch Party

And FureverUSA was announced to the world! The community support behind FureverReno has been nothing short of amazing! So much so that we couldn’t wait to tell you all about the exciting, furever life changing path it is taking!

We’re going national! The vision is to be in (at least) 10 cities in the next 5 years!  Our first city to expand into is Sacramento, CA! Everything is in the works! We’re excited about the rescue shelters that are already on board and the incredibly talented photographers who are so passionately eager to support rescue dogs by celebrating the stories within rescue dog families! We’re looking to rock Sacramento this October, 2018!! YAY!

Why is this important for us to share with you? Because this movement is nothing without you! YOU are actually the movement! You’re the ones saving rescue dogs lives! We’re just helping make it happen through celebrating YOU!

Thank you all for coming out to the launch party to support this project!  This small town project is taking the leap and going national!  A huge thank you to local Reno film director Emily Skyle-Golden and Bourn Productions Inc. for filming the FUREVER experience!  It was the one thing EVERYONE said after going through their own experience, “I wish I would have truly known how incredible this was before going through it.” Now everyone will! and a HUGE thank you to Rebecca Kitchen at KOLO 8 for having us on the air to share the launch party! THANK YOU!


Become part of a worldwide community of Rescue Dog Families

Our mission is to create a worldwide 🌎 community of rescue dog 🐕 families. We support YOUR favorite “rescue focused” non profit by celebrating 🎉 the stories of how a rescue dog 🐶 rescued you! Find out how your rescue story 📖 will help another rescue dog 🐕 find their FurEver Family. : Sharing this post could help a rescue find their FurEver home 🏡 🙂

Posted by Furever Reno on Friday, September 7, 2018






We are a collection of dog photographers with a passion for homeless animals. Our mission is to end the stigma of rescue animals while photographing dog families across the United States.