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Board of Directors


Whitney Brooke Knowlton

Originally from, Hilton Head Island, SC, I know all too well the animal population problems of the south. After having spent a lifetime rescuing animals, I decided to formalize a rescue organization in hopes of joining forces with the thousands of other rescuers dedicated to saving the lives of these innocent animals. I am a believer in the ideals of a No Kill Nation and believe that pet over population is a myth. Studies have proved that there are plenty of homes for these animals, but it requires work!  Adoption is the easy part...  getting the dogs and puppies from the hi kill shelters to the point of adoption is the tough part. It requires a lot of time and quite a bit of money (to do it the "right" way)... 

Vice President

Judith Langmaid

I am happy to volunteer and help Last Chance Animal Rescue in any way I can. This organization has provided me with a way to affect a positive change in what often feels like a hopeless situation. I am very proud to be part of a group of dedicated volunteers responsible for saving so many lives.

Honorary Board Members

Honorary Board Member

Dina Manzo

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Honorary Board Member

Ruth J. Katz

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Veterinary Advisor to the Board


Dr. Justin Molnar, DVM

Dr. Molnar received his DVM upon completion of his clinical year at Michigan State University's Teaching Hospital. During his clinical and academic veterinary career he has been nationally recognized by Pfizer, The American Animal Hospital Association, and the Glassen Foundation alike for outstanding achievement and excellence in the disciplines of anesthesiology, small animal internal medicine, surgery, and pharmacology. Since joining the staff at Shinnecock Animal Hospital he has pursued interests in client education, and veterinary dentistry. He has become a recognized member of the American Veterinary Dental Society and has introduced the use of intra-oral digital dental radiography and oral surgery techniques to the practice. Currently he is studying Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (herbal medicine and acupuncture) under the guidance of the renowned Huisheng Xie DVM, Phd, MS. Outside of work his heart lies with his wife Amy and their two beautiful sons Brendyn and Conner.

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