The mission of Unchain America is to help chained, penned, caged, stray and surrendered dogs, in their most desperate time of need. Unchain America will rehabilitate medically, emotionally and physically with the ultimate goal of finding forever, loving, inside home. Dogs are abandoned, found, and brought to our attention. Dogs are also on chains and stuck in pens for their lives. Representatives across the nation will ask for our help to get the dogs taken care of beginning with an assessment and a trip to a veterinarian's  office.  We educate dog owners and adopters on the importance of spay and neuter. We teach that dogs are pack animals and family members and belong inside with their pack.


We also discuss that dogs must receive heartworm preventative and flea and tick preventatives all year round and have annual check-ups at their clinics for vet offices. Through public donations we can help these dogs.

Robin Budin

Robin Budin is the founder and director of Unchain America.

Robin is a long time dog rescuer who specializes in chained and penned dogs. She spent the 1990’s rescuing dogs in Florida and transporting pitbulls to forever homes in the Northeast.

From 2009 to the present Robin is the foster coordinator for a local Massachusetts rescue and helps them to take in some of the chained and penned dogs in Massachusetts.

2009-2016 Robin was National Rescue Coordinator for a non-profit organization where she helped many people, neighbors of chained or penned dogs, rescuers with chained dogs to achieve medical care, rehabilitation and successful indoor forever homes. She has nurtured all of the relationships and decided in 2016 to go out on her own and start her own 501c3 non-profit with the goal of helping chained, penned, caged, stray and surrendered dogs.

Unchain America is available to help any person who wants to help a local chained or penned dog that they are worried about or can get surrendered.  Please click on the volunteer link if you would like to help a dog in your area.




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