Rising Phoenix Mastiff Rescue

Saving lives, one at a time!


At Rising Phoenix Mastiff Rescue we know Education is the Key to a happy life with your new friend. We work with a number of trainers, vet clincs, shelters, and owners to help educate people on the difference of a mastiff over most breeds of dogs. Mastiffs can take a special person to own. We enjoy working with adults as well as Children and send out free information to anyone with questions. We also work with owners, breed clubs and other rescues to help assist you in getting the most accurate information possable. We do our best to make sure we can help educate the owners of these big guys before they get out of hand. There are MANY breeds of mastiff and NOT ALL are big friendly dogs. Some take VERY experanced owners to handle and keep people safe. If you have any questions about mastiff breeds, please feel free to contact us. We are always glad to help.

Medical Needs

Are you considering giving your mastiff up because of medical needs? We may be able to help. We know how hard it can be to afford medical needs for such a big dog, and how hard a decision can be to give him or her up. Since one thing that we see very often are big dogs medically neglected due to lack of funds we decided to take a stand. We work close with alot of programs that help with medical costs for owners and their dogs. We will do our best to find someone that can help, or even help ourselves. We want to help however we can! All it takes is an email and we will do everything we can.

Spay and Neuter

We belive that the only way to help keep unwanted litters from being born is to help promote spay and neuter. Since we feel that this is SO important we have started a Spay Neuter program. If you would like help with getting your mastiff or large breed dog altered please contact us. We work with many vets and often can help you get this done at a discount. We are always glad to help and encourage people to breed responcably. The only way to save lives is to prevent unwanted litters from being born. Thousands of shelter pets die every day due to no fault of their own.


Saved Lives