20 Network Partners found in ID

Based on your search criteria, these are the groups found working to achieve No More Homeless Pets.

Friends of the Shelter Panhandle Animal Shelter
Ponderay, ID

The Panhandle Animal Shelter offers program to enhance our animals and the community. We engage youth of all ages to help participate in enriching the lives of the dogs and cats in our care. The majority of our cats live cage free and we encourage people to enter the community rooms to pet, play and brush them. Our dogs enjoy playgroups twice a day to provide these social creatures with the ability to get out, cut loose and play!

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Power of the Paw
Post Falls, ID

The mission of Power of the Paw is to provide the animals in need with a safe haven through responsible rescue, transportation, foster and adoption and to educate the community about the importance of responsible pet ownership. Our main focus is those in kill shelters that are “less adoptable” due to age, color, medical conditions or breed.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Priest River, ID

PRAR abides by a "no-kill" policy. Such a policy shall provide that euthanasis may not be utilized except to alleviate extreme suffering or imminent danger to the health and safety of humans beings or other animals. To promote through education and other means an active spay and neuter program. To promote the respect and consideration of all animals by providing community knowledge and education.

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Simply Cats Animal Center
Boise, ID

We save cats from suffering or euthansia by practicing and promoting high standards of care and creating successful adoptions. Standard protocol to ready each cat for adoption is a medical exam, spaying/neutering, deworming, disease testing, and micro-chipping. Cats and kittens with treatable medical issues are cared for until they receive a clean bill of health from our medical director, regardless of cost or recovery time.

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Snake River Animal Shelter
Idaho Falls, ID

The mission of SRAS:  To improve and save animal lives by promoting quality care and compassion through adoption and education in the Upper Snake River Valley.

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Spay Neuter Idaho Pets
Boise, ID

SNIP is determined to end the killing of healthy dogs and cats in Idaho shelters, by providing convenient low cost spay/ neuter services, education and encouraging animal rescue groups and shelters to work together toward our common goals. We are confident that working TOGETHER through these means we will succeed in our lifetime. Thank you for your support!

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Teton Valley Community Animal Shelter
Driggs, ID

TVCAS is a local non-profit animal shelter located in Driggs, Idaho. We are funded through grants, private donations and through contribution from our local municipalities. TVCAS opened its doors in June 2011 in an already existing facility. We have been fortunate enough to have a successful first year of operations under our belt and look forward to many more successful years ahead.

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West Valley Humane Society
Caldwell, ID

West Valley Humane Society, formerly Canyon County Animal Shelter, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the humane treatment of animals. Our funding comes from private donations, shelter fees and contracts to provide animal services to Canyon County and the cities within that county.

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