The City of Elk City works hand in hand with the Elk City Animal Welfare Society to operate the animal shelter located on south Main Street.
Dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals through sheltering, education, sterilization, legislation and humane care.
The TBGSR is an all volunteer non-profit pet rescue organization for German Shepherd Dogs. We are supported by private donations, adoption fees, fund raisers and bequests from individuals and businesses. All of our pets are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. They are up-to-date on all vaccinations and heartworm negative. We are dedicated to helping our adoptable animals find good homes where they will be safe, well cared for and loved for the rest of their lives. Caring for these animals allows us to learn more about their personalities and helps us to place them in a home best suited for them.
The Tender Loving Care Animal Shelter, more often referred to as T.L.C., has been in operation since April first, 1974. Although there were animal control programs set up by county and local government bodies, as a group of concerned animal lovers we felt that this was not enough. Just getting stray animals off the streets and disposing of them was not the answer to the overwhelming animal problem that is out there. Concerned about the welfare of these animals, T.L.C. was formed.
Utah Friends of Basset Hounds, Inc., a federally recognized 501(c)(3) public charity, is a basset hound rescue group who provides veterinary care, food, shelter and support to basset hounds needing assistance in Utah. We treat these animals with care and respect. UFBH makes decisions based on compassion and with concern for the quality of life of each individual basset hound. We place basset hounds in our care into foster homes and permanent homes with consideration to personality, behavior, and special needs. We provide continuing support to adoptive families throughout the lifetime of the dogs.
Cocker Nation Rescue of Michigan is a small group of volunteers who take in cockers in need and help them on their journey to find a new home. We are a Michigan non-profit organization dedicated to helping find homes for displaced, abused, and abandoned cocker spaniels.
Michigan Pug Rescue, “Pug Luv” was formed in April, 2000 and is composed of all volunteers. We are a nonprofit 501C 3 corporation registered in the State of Michigan. None of our volunteers receive compensation for their efforts. Everyone within our organization donates their time because they love Pugs and believe every Pug deserves a loving, safe and happy home. The sole purpose of the organization is to accept Pugs into the program that are in need of finding a home, provide any and all needed Veterinary care, provide temporary housing in foster homes and place the Pugs into a forever home that will love and care for the Pug. The organization has no affiliation with any breeders.
Rescue a Yorkie?! Yorkies don’t need to be rescued, do they? Yes they do! About 2500 Yorkies have since January 1, 2002. And more come in everyday.
Heidi’s Legacy was established in 2002 as an all breed rescue in honor of Heidi, a marvelous German Shepherd that was abandoned by her original owners and left to die in the country. Sadly Heidi died suddenly after being with us only 5 and a half months but we have dedicated our lives to saving others just as lovable and just as deserving as Heidi was.
The Animal Coalition of Delaware County is an all-volunteer, foster based rescue, 501 (c) (3) organization registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State. Our mission is to reduce stray and shelter animal populations in the Philadelphia region by finding permanent homes for adoptable dogs, cats, and rabbits. Underlying this mission is a strong commitment to educating the public about the importance of spaying, neutering, and the responsibilities of long-term pet ownership.
The Humane Society of Dickson County is nonprofit 501c3, dedicated to educating the public in responsible pet ownership and the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. We strive to give a voice and shelter to unwanted, abandoned and abused animals in the Dickson community. We provide a clean, safe and healthy environment to the animals we serve, and we treat them with kindness and compassion. We accept animals from all of Dickson County, including the following Tennessee cities: Dickson, Burns, Charlotte, Cumberland Furnace, Slayden and White Bluff. We are a limited intake facility and maintain a waiting list.
A leader in protecting animals since 2003, the Unconditional Love Foundation (ULF) rescues, shelters, and rehabilitates homeless animals and empowers people to demonstrate compassion and respect for the earth, people and animals in their daily lives. Unconditional Love Foundation is a 501c3 organization based in Indiana, and run entirely by volunteers.
Wallingford Animal Control is proud to serve the residents of Wallingford, Connecticut. In addition to our responsibilities as animal control officers, we also maintain the animal shelter, and care for the animals temporarily housed there.
Animal Rescue Force of South Florida is comprised of all volunteers who work to rescue and find homes for unwanted cats and dogs in Palm Beach County, while also educating the public about responsible pet ownership and the extreme importance of spaying and neutering.
The Valley Shore Animal Welfare League (VSAWL) is a non profit, no kill shelter that helps to place and adopt cats and dogs into loving homes.
WRHA is the sole open admissions dog and cat shelter in Madison County which is dedicated to providing the highest quality care and compassion for the animals entrusted to us, striving to enhance adoptability, and re-homing adoptable animals at the highest rate possible, while educating and leading our community in creating a more humane society.
Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. is an all-volunteer organization which rescues and heals displaced, abandoned, and homeless Golden Retriever and Golden mixes, regardless of their age or health. Homeward Bound secures safe, loving homes through a comprehensive adoption program, and also provides lifetime sanctuary for Goldens that cannot be adopted.
Alura Always & Forever Pekingese Rescue serves southern California. We rescue, care for, foster, and place homeless Pekingese dogs. We will also take owner surrenders. We know that situations can change and you will want your pet or the pet of a loved one to be placed in the best possible home. Don’t take them to a shelter or just give them away to a stranger; let us help. We screen all adoption applicants and even do home checks to be sure everything is OK.
2013 marks Animal Rescue Foundation’s thirtieth year as your local humane society. During those 30 years, ARF’s mission has been to find responsible permanent homes for unwanted cats and dogs, to encourage spaying and neutering of all pets, and to educate the public on the proper care and treatment of animals.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find the best homes available for our dogs and cats. Adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and free of disease (including heartworms) prior to adoption. Dogs receive basic obedience training as well as socialization through the Etosha Foster Care Program. We promote state-wide educational events which focus on the importance of spaying or neutering, humane treatment for all animals, and workshops to teach children the basics of responsible pet ownership. Etosha is dedicated to maintaining a high success rate (about ninety-five percent) for placing companion animals in forever homes. We achieve this by carefully screening prospective adopters and knowing which dogs or cats are most likely to be a good match for them.
Boxer Rescue is a not-for-profit (501(c)3), all volunteer organization based in St. Louis, MO. We do not have a shelter or kennel, rather we take dogs into foster homes for their care. Our mission is to help as many Boxers as we can in our area to find the very best homes.
The Fayette County Humane Society (FCHS) was founded in 1973. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supported entirely by individual and corporate donations. We are staffed entirely by volunteers.
Consult the following page: http://www.animalrescuenetwork.org/info/display?PageID=981
Helping animals in the Baton Rouge area since 2003, SOS Rescue is an all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of unwanted and abandoned animals.
Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota operates in MN, IA, ND and SD. RAGOM rescues Golden Retrievers and Golden Retriever mixes and through foster care provides a home until adoption.
WeCare Rottweiler Rescue, Inc. has no shelter and no office, yet we are available through our web site and by phone. We are devoted to saving Rottweilers. Our mission is to provide charitable and educational services in the form of quality shelter and care of these precious Rottweilers who have been abused, neglected, abandoned or surrendered. We bring these rescue Rottweilers into our home, we try to find new and permanent homes for them. Our Rottweilers we save come from dog control shelters, humane societies and relinquish families. Most of them would be euthanized without our intervention.
A Caring Place – All Breed Dog Rescue is a foster based (non-facility), all volunteer, no-kill dog rescue organization operating in the greater Chicagoland area offering adoption opportunities for all breeds and mixed breeds of dogs and puppies. We do not set time limits on our animals to make room for another, nor do we euthanize due to old age or costly health care.
The Women’s Humane Society is dedicated to the humane and compassionate treatment of animals. As America’s First Animal Shelter founded in 1869, we are committed to protecting the interests of animals and offering a continuum of care to ensure that all animals are treated humanely with kindness and respect.
WHS serves communities in the Delaware Valley by rescuing and sheltering unwanted animals, offering humane education programs, cruelty investigations, and by providing a veterinary hospital and adoption program to match animals with their lifelong home.
We are a group of dedicated volunteers, mostly located in Monmouth County (NJ), focused on rehoming dogs and cats. We usually have a variety of sizes and ages looking for their forever home; we continually bring in new animals to the rescue as others are adopted. Our dogs come from shelters in the local area and the south, owner surrenders in the area, and from rescues in Puerto Rico. We do not have a shelter facility; our dogs are kept in private foster homes in Monmouth and northern Ocean counties, with just a few in boarding if necessary. Our cats are kept in private homes and at PetCo in Eatontown and at PetValu in Shrewsbury, where volunteers feed them and play with them daily.
Labs N More Puppy Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group run by a small team of volunteers. Although we have helped many Labradors, we also help both puppies and adult dogs of many different breeds. We do have some limitations on certain breeds based on what our foster homes are comfortable with. All of our dogs are placed in our foster care system, we do not have a facility.
We are an all-breed, all volunteer, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization focused on the rescue of dogs forgotten and forsaken by humans. We primarily receive dogs from rural animal control facilities, as well as providing services to the Indigenous American communities which are typically without options for dealing with unwanted dogs.
North Texas Basset Hound Rescue, Inc. is dedicated to the welfare of basset hounds. We were founded in 1984 and later formed as a committee under The Basset Hound Club of Greater Fort Worth. In 1997, NTBHR was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the State of Texas. In June of 1998, NTBHR was classified as a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization by the IRS, meaning your gifts to us are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID # is 75-2706935 North Texas Basset Hound Rescue is organized for the following purposes: Prevent cruelty to animals, specifically basset hounds; Support animal welfare by locating and retrieving homeless, unwanted and/or mistreated basset hounds; Provide necessary funding for medical care, spaying and neutering, for unwanted and/or mistreated basset hounds; and Place homeless, unwanted, and or mistreated canine basset hounds in permanent, loving homes. The general area of rescue is the Fort Worth and Dallas area, but we also cover many shelters in North Texas from Abilene to Waco, Longview to the Oklahoma border. Money is spent to insure that the bassets are healthy, neutered or spayed, and treatment for heartworms. On occasion we must make the tough decision of euthanasia due to health problems or aggressive behavior. Rescue volunteers receive no compensation for their countless hours and transportation costs. NTBHR is very fortunate to have several veterinarians who provide excellent treatment at a reduced rate. The rewards of a rescue volunteer come from knowing that a basset is getting a second chance and from a slobbery lick and a wagging tail. North Texas Basset Hound Rescue (NTBHR), an all-volunteer organization, rescued and re-homed 85 Basset Hounds in fiscal year 2012-13. All animals are given medical care including spay/neuter, heartworm treatment, dental care and micro-chipping. Providing information on spay/neuter programs, micro-chipping, and participating in responsible pet ownership events lets us achieve our goals of rescuing Basset Hounds and serving the community. NTBHR has developed a Special Needs Fund, which is used to rehabilitate Basset Hounds that would not have otherwise been adoptable due to illness, mistreatment or injury. Our goals for the current year are to increase our volunteer base, our foster care program, allowing us to rescue more Basset Hounds and to increase our fundraising to cover our increasing veterinary costs.
STAAR is a small all volunteer non-profit organization that pulls animals from high-kill rural shelters and gets them into forever homes. We often focus on pregnant or nursing moms as many of these animals never make it out of the shelter.
Midwest Doberman Rescue of St Louis/Purebred Dog Rescue is a non-profit (501c3). All volunteer organization. We do not have a shelter or kennels, rather we take dogs into foster care.
Focusing on Papillons others might think are unadoptable, Pap 911 Rescue uses nutrition, both traditional and alternative medical care, patience and love to heal the abused body and bruised soul. As founder and director of Pap 911, my primary concern is always the care of our dogs. I also oversee paperwork and social media.
Tails of Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, based in Maryland. We rescues dogs who are facing euthanasia. The dogs may have correctable health or behavioral needs which we address before they become available for adoption. We provide a safe place for them while they await permanent homes, and we free up much-needed space at shelters.
We are a private, volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We are dedicated to the rescue of unwanted, neglected, and abandoned boxers. We provide food, shelter, medical attention, and TLC during our rescues wait for the “RIGHT” forever home.
Our mission is to improve the lives of animals, with a focus on Yadkin County, North Carolina, through our foster care/adoption, low and no-cost spay/neuter, and humane education programs.
Kismutt Dog Rescue, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to saving and re-homing dogs in need. We are committed to alleviating the pet-overpopulation epidemic by spaying and neutering every dog within our program, and providing them with any other medical care that they may require.
Paws and Whiskers is located on 25 acres surrounded by woods, we provide privacy for our companion pet. We prefer to pull from high kill shelters or shelters that use inhumane methods to kill animals. We are committed to helping pets, they have no voice, no rights, they are simply acted upon–they are killed. So many pets are abused and we hope in our small way to help these animals find a second chance in life.
We are Tejas Rescued Pet Adoptions (TRPA). Our small non-profit organization consists entirely of dedicated volunteers. We are based in San Antonio, Texas, but cover the surrounding cities and counties. We participate in adoptions and fostering of previously rescued animals. TRPA is an all breed adoption organization. We also actively participate in adoptable Chow Chow rescue and adoption placement. Tejas Rescued Pet Adoptions does not consist of a physical shelter but operates entirely through the use of private foster homes.
As our name says, we started out working strictly with greyhounds. Now we also work with other breeds and mixes. All our dogs are neutered/spayed, vaccinated, HW negative and on monthly prevention. All dogs receive a fresh veterinary exam before they leave us. All dogs live either in foster homes or in a kennel until they find their “forever” homes.
Bully Paws Pit Bull Patriots is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue. Working with shelters in the MD/DC/VA area, we place homeless pit bull type dogs in foster homes. There, they are cared for by dedicated volunteers until they are adopted.
We are a non-profit 501c-3 organization dedicated to the concerns and issuesof the general welfare of pets – including, but not limited to, the sheltering and placement of pets, humane treatment of pets, pet over-population control, and to public education to promote these ideals so that the humon – pet bond will be further enriched.
NorCal GSP Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to placing unwanted and abandoned German Shorthaired Pointers in northern California into new homes.
Our full legal name is NorCal German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue, Inc. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, funded by donations, fundraisers, and adoption donations.
We are the California GSP Rescue. We are a breed-specific rescue specializing in German Shorthaired Pointers (GSPs). As a not-for-profit organization, we operate through volunteers and networking to assure proper placement and lifetime assistance for each dog and enjoyment by adopting families. California GSP Rescue takes purebred GSPs from any situation for careful evaluation and placement. All dogs are altered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and come with a warranty contract which provides lifetime training and support.
The mission of Down East Animal Refuge, Inc. (DEAR) is to improve the conditions and health of animals by rescuing strays and feral animals, promoting humane treatment and responsible pet ownership.
Doberman Rescue of Nebraska, Inc. is a non-profit organization which rescues Dobermans from shelters, owners who cannot or will not provide for them and those who are strays whose owners never try to locate them.
A Wish for Animals, a 501c-3 nonprofit, was founded in 2001 to help find permanent, happy homes for homeless dogs and puppies but also for cats and any other at-risk domestic animals. Animals that we assist are the most vulnerable in the Southern California area – the pets who have been abandoned or slated for euthanasia in area shelters.
CBR was founded in 2005 to help beagles in need. In 2006, our focus became more inclusive as we started our mission in different areas of the country. Because of our BARC Program (Beagles Across R Country) we are able to help beagles from coast to coast. We have volunteers and coordinators in many states.
We are a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming German Shepherd Dogs. We are a full service rescue and referral organization serving New Jersey and surrounding areas.
The City of Hesperia Animal Shelter strives to place as many adoptable animals as possible by promoting animal adoptions in the community and by maintaining relationships with many rescue groups.
The mission of the WCHS, Inc. is to provide compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, to measurably reduce companion animal overpopulation and to take a leadership role in educating and promoting humane values.
In March of 1980, the Wayne County Commissioners contracted with the Humane Society to house and care for all dogs picked up by the Wayne County Dog Warden’s Office. This contract remains today.
Animal House Shelter is a non-profit, 501(c)3, no kill shelter that rescues, rehabilitates and adopts out all breeds of dogs and cats. We fully vet every animal that we rescue before they are adopted, including spay/neuter, all vaccines and boosters, heartgard, frontline, dewormings and microchip.
Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to us from Owner Surrenders, Shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders that turn them into us, etc. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation on their personalities and what home would be best suited for the. The receive vet care too if needed. Gmpr covers all shots, Hw/lyme tests, bloodwork prior to surgery to ensure they are healthy, spay/neuter and dentals if needed. We work to ensure that the pug is as healthy as we can get them prior to adoption. If there is anything wrong long term- we will tell you in their bio.
The ARL of Marshalltown is a private, non-profit organization that serves the lost and homeless companion animals of Marshall County and surrounding areas. We provide shelter and re-homing serves as well as animal control services for the city of Marshalltown.
The Humane Society of Freeborn County provides veterinary care and finds homes for the homeless dogs and cats of Freeborn County. All animals are evaluated, vaccinated, wormed and treated for parasites to prevent transmission of diseases to other animals.
Lone Star Boxer Rescue is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to the health and well-being of the boxer breed. LSBR is run and managed 100 % by volunteers. Our main objective is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home boxers that come to us from many sources including local animal shelters, owner surrenders, and strays. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to allow us to save more dogs in need.
The Humane Society of Elmore County is located in Wetumpka, Alabama (Elmore County) just northeast of Montgomery in south-central Alabama. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3, organization and have been operational for almost twenty years at the same location. Our shelter is an Open Admission shelter taking in over 5,000 domestic animals annually from Elmore County citizens and from the various Animal Control Officers (ACO) from throughout Elmore County. We work every day to provide a safe and humane environment for the 250-300 animals in our care and to also find loving and lifetime homes for as many of them as possible. We strive to educate the public on issues involving pets and animal welfare and welcome opportunities to address groups of all ages and interests. Our operational expenses are met through donations from private individuals, groups and businesses, our own fund-raising activities, grants, adoption fees and the contracts we have with cities and the county to accept animals from their ACO’s. We gratefully accept financial donations, donations of pet food and supplies at the shelter, and items for our Tails End Thrift Store located adjacent to the shelter. All donations to our shelter are tax deductible and we will happily provide a receipt for any donation as requested. To learn more about our shelter, please take a bit of time to go through our website as we think you will find the answers to many questions here. If you would like to verify our non-profit status or review our IRS Form 990, just go to http://www.guidestar.com (must register to see all reports, but it is free).
Canine Adoption and Rescue League is an IRC 501(c) (3) Private Non-Profit No-Kill Organization. Project Second Chance is dedicated to the rescue, care, and placement of orphaned dogs and puppies. We make a lifetime commitment to all of our dogs.
Wag Again K9 Rescue is an all breed, no kill, non-profit dog rescue staffed by volunteers. We are dedicated to finding enduring, happy homes for abandoned/shelter dogs. Our goal is to rescue as many adoptable dogs from animal shelters as possible and put them in stable, permanent homes where they will live the rest of their lives as a happy and cherished member of the family. We have a contractual, lifetime, and no questions asked return policy. We take our return policy seriously.
AADR is a Non-Profit 501(C3) that works tirelessly with volunteers to save homeless Dachshunds and place them into loving forever families.
Feline Rescue, Inc. is a Minnesota based no-kill companion cat rescue organization. Our founders established Feline Rescue in 1997 in Minneapolis, MN as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are an all volunteer organization, with no paid staff. We are funded exclusively through donations and grants. We receive no municipal, state, or federal funding. We provide rescue and relief to the homeless and endangered cats in our community through programs that offer shelter, foster, social and medical rehabilitation, feral and stray management, spay/neuter subsidy, and community education. Our mission is to provide safe shelter, veterinary care, and socialization for stray, abandoned, or abused cats until good permanent homes can be found for them. Our mission does not enable us to accept owner surrendered animals.
CAAWS is dedicated to ending the homeless animal problem in the Baton Rouge area. By adopting out animals into forever homes, we decrease the burden on Animal Control and ensure another animal lives in peace and security. Through our adoption program, and our spay/neuter and education programs, CAAWS has the goal to place every adoptable animal in a loving home.
We take in Pekingese and other small dogs turned over to us by their owners as well as those we rescue from southern California Animal Control facilities. By the time we rescue them, many need expensive vet care to make up for years of neglect—dental treatments, eye doctors, skin medications, etc. We don’t adopt them out until we have done everything possible to make them healthy, well-adjusted pets. Many Pekingese can live happy, healthy lives into their upper teens!
The Wood County Humane Society exists in order to bring about the best possible treatment and quality of life for all animals in Wood County.
Demopolis Animal Control is a very active part of the Demopolis community and surrounding areas. We are the only shelter within the county, and even surrounding counties, therefore we take satisfaction in serving our public!