Nancy R. Benevento-Brown

Chief Executive Officer at Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary

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Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary
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Last Updated 9/13/2016

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Nancy Benevento-Brown, president and CEO of Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, raises her arms and yells smile to her rescue dogs in their cages.
Enlarge | Buy This Photo Nancy Benevento-Brown, president and CEO of Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, raises her arms and yells smile to her ... THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGT A picture of Lucky, center, the first dog that passed away in Enlarge | Buy This Photo A picture of Lucky, center, the first dog that passed away in "Angel Care." THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGT Nancy Benevento-Brown, president and CEO of Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, gives Cutsey, a Jack Russell Terrier a kiss at the facility on March 24. Lionel gets love and assurance from Nancy Benevento-Brown. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lionel gets love and assurance from Nancy Benevento-Brown.

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"We keep Saphire in the front office to keep a watchful eye on her," says Nancy Benevento-Brown of ISHAS "she loves her comfortable plush bed, fresh unlimited water and good food which includes eating 3-4 times a day with high nutrition diet and supplements."
"I am often asked why do I restore and save the life of an animal who is clearly at death's door," says Benevento-Brown "and my answer is and will always be 'because she managed to wag her tail when petted.' That alone was a sign to me. She communicated forgiveness to humans who did this to her and Saphire asked me for help with that tail wag." "This is not the first case like this," says Benevento-Brown " my heart tells me that I must try to give comfort and love to an animal that another human threw away. We as a team at this sanctuary believe every animal deserves a chance and we are giving her that chance. We do have a long road ahead to a full recovery and she may not ever fully recover, but I am betting she will manage to wag her tail no matter what." Any and all donations towards helping Saphire or any other animals at the sanctuary will be greatly appreciated.

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http://www.sanduskyregister.com/article/3253111

"I really want to show we are working together for the benefit of the animals," said Nancy Benevento-Brown, founder and CEO of Island Safe Harbor, located on State Road across from Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport.
It found homes for about 90 animals last year, but adopted out 71 of them in the last few weeks of 2012, after a much-publicized series of rescues of dogs from "puppy mills" in Holmes County, Benevento-Brown said. After reading about the rescues, "people wanted to be a part of the solution," Benevento-Brown said. "Nancy sent out a report she really needs collars," Hargreaves said. Benevento-Brown said she took some heat from supporters who believe that Erie County's Humane Society euthanizes animals when it runs out of space. That's a bad rap, Benevento-Brown said - the Humane Society only euthanizes animals when it's medically necessary.

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