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Blue Ridge Bull Terrier Club (Ashland, Virginia) dog logo
Ashland, Virginia 23005

The Blue Ridge Bull Terrier Club, Inc. (BRBTC) works with animal shelters, rescue professionals and veterinary centers located in the mid-Atlantic region. All Blue Ridge rescue dogs receive routine veterinary care, including spay/neuter, before adoption. BRBTC does not euthanize dogs because they need extensive medical treatments or surgeries for conditions from which they can recover. The only situations for which euthanasia is used is if a Bull Terrier displays threatening behavior towards people or if a dog is so ill it cannot recover. Otherwise, no matter how old a dog is, Blue Ridge will take them and care for them until they can be evaluated, matched and placed in a permanent home. 

Blue Ridge Bull Terrier Club Website
Pawsibilities (Washoe Valley, Nevada) paw print logo
Washoe Valley, Nevada 89704

Recognizing and nurturing the spirit of hope in every animal and creating opportunities for the unwanted, forgotten and left behind.

Pawsibilities Website
MCQE Mobile Pet Pantry (Hampstead, Maryland) logo
Hampstead, Maryland 21074

It is our mission to help our community by providing temporary assistance of pet food to families during difficult times so that they will not have to "surrender" any pets. Our goal is to keep pets with their families and out of shelters.

MCQE Mobile Pet Pantry Website
Street Paws (McDonough, Georgia) logo
McDonough, Georgia 30253

Any animal we come across who finds themselves without a home will not go hungry or unloved. We will care for and provide comfort and aid to homeless pets in a variety of ways. If the animal is tame, we will find a home for them. If the animal is feral, we will care for the animal in their own environment. We will do what we can to ensure the feral population will be kept to a minimum. We also seek to educate pet owners about the importance of a true commitment to their pet as a family member to help ensure their pet does not become another homeless statistic as well.

Street Paws Website
Forever Paws Animal Shelter (Fall River, Massachusetts) logo
Fall River, Massachusetts 02721

Forever Paws Animal Shelter protects and cares for stray, abused and abandoned animals. Our mission is to place these valued animals in loving homes. We work hard to find new homes for pets that can no longer be kept by their owners, offering a positive solution. Forever Paws works to give animals the gift of time. We are a non-profit organization, relying on donations, fundraisers and dedicated benefactors.

Forever Paws Animal Shelter Website
Sadie's Safe House Chihuahua Rescue (Tigard, Oregon) logo
Tigard, Oregon 97281

Sadie's Safe House aims to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home as many homeless Chihuahua's and Chihuahua Mixes as possible.

Sadie's Safe House Chihuahua Rescue Website
The Haven Animal Care Shelter Inc. (Lubbock, Texas) logo
Lubbock, Texas 79403

The Haven Animal Care Shelter is a non-profit foundation, established in 1977 by Dr. Brenda and Joe Wilbanks.  The Haven ACS is a no-kill, non-profit animal sanctuary and is generally home to over 100 animals, primarily dogs and cats. The Haven ACS occupies a seven-acre property near Lubbock, TX. In addition to special needs animals such as those with chronic illnesses and the elderly, The Haven ACS shelters a wide variety of adoptable dogs and cats who are in need of good, loving homes. We encourage spay and neuter of household pets, provide educational programs for schools and community groups, and offer pet therapy programs to the community.

The Haven Animal Care Shelter Inc. Website
Butler County Humane Society (Renfrew, Pennsylvania) logo
Renfrew, Pennsylvania 16053

The Butler County Humane Society, a non-profit organization, in association with the Helen Spaide Albig Adoption Center, provides a temporary, safe, no-kill shelter for homeless, adoptable dogs and cats ultimately placing them in loving homes or with caring rescues while increasing community awareness of the humane treatment of animals through education, spay-neuter programs, rabies clinics, and the respect for life. The purpose of the Butler County Humane Society is to provide aid, protection, and care for unwanted, abandoned, abused, and lost dogs and cats; to secure suitable homes for adoptable dogs and cats; to restore lost animals to their owners; to encourage the limitation of dog and cat population by spaying and neutering; to operate an adoption service for dogs and cats; to educate the public on the care and responsible treatment of dogs and cats; and to create a quality environment for dogs and cats through the Butler County Humane Society’s presence in the community. The Society will achieve its purpose through programs and services based on sound humane principals and respect for animals. The Butler County Humane Society will operate as a no-kill facility.

Butler County Humane Society Website
Hopi Dog Rescue (Highland Park, Illinois) logo
Highland Park, Illinois 60035

Hopi Dog Rescue Organization serves as a liaison between the Hopi Tribe and volunteer veterinary services from multiple states in order to provide low cost or free sterilizations, vaccinations and the rescue of stray or unwanted dogs and cats.  Started in 2012 by a six year old girl from the Chicago suburbs, Hopi Dog Rescue is the first organization to provide prolific and consistent veterinary services on the Hopi Tribe reservation.

Hopi Dog Rescue Website
Rockingham County Animal Shelter (Reidsville, North Carolina) logo placeholder
Reidsville, North Carolina 27320

Rockingham County Animal Shelter is an open admission shelter that strives to promote and protect the animals of our community by utilizing proper animal care and handling, providing shelter, facilitating adoptions, returning animals to their owners, educating the public about responsible pet ownership, providing a community spay and neuter program, and assisting with animal law enforcement in order to provide efficient and quality animal care and control services that also preserves both public and animal safety.

Willamette Animal Guild (Eugene, Oregon) logo
Eugene, Oregon 97402

The mission of WAG is the prevention of cruelty to animals, with a current emphasis on spay/neuter. Our goal is to improve the lives of animals, stop animal overpopulation, and reduce animal suffering by sterilizing over 5,000 animals per year. WAG is financed through low service fees and private financial gifts. WAG receives no government funding.

Willamette Animal Guild Website
Woof Dog Rescue (We Offer Others Freedom) (Dallas, Texas) logo placeholder
Dallas, Texas 75211

The specific purpose of the dog rescue is to rescue lost or abandoned dogs from shelters, either found as strays or owners surrenders, to prevent further euthanasia. Woof Rescue will also focus on education and outreach within the community to demonstrate the importance of animal spay/neuter.

Woof Dog Rescue (We Offer Others Freedom) Website