MatchDog Rescue is a new and personal canine rescue community committed to: Rescuing at risk dogs from high kill shelters, Providing temporary safe homes through our volunteer foster program, Promoting our dogs and puppies to the best of our abilities, matching them with a lifelong loving home, Championing our nonprofit and the benefits of adoption through outreach, education, and volunteering, Reducing the number of unwanted dogs through a binding spay and neuter program Advocating on behalf of dogs in crisis as well as enforcing their rights and protection, Ensuring the financial security and stability of MatchDog Rescue for future generations.MatchDog Rescue Website
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The purpose of the society is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals, the extension of humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection; the return of lost animals
to their owners; and to seek suitable homes for animals without owners.
TAPS is a shelter of hope for homeless animals. We provide temporary sanctuary and an opportunity for life by bringing companion animals and loving people together.Tazewell Animal Protective Society Website
Our mission is to make second chances possible through the human/animal connection. We aim to provide a compassionate, humane community for our animals and to celebrate the human/animal connection from a place of spirituality which sustains us emotionally, touches the lives of even the most hardened and provides us with unconditional love.Animal Protection League Website
Our mission here at Paws of Perseverance, is to ensure proper placement of bully breed dogs through Adoption, Foster, Education, and Community outreach. We specialize in fear based response and true committed aggression. Therefore every intake receives positive reinforcement training before adoption or placement.Paws of Perseverance Website
Second Chance Sanctuaries mission is to provide humane, no-kill sanctuaries for the care and rehabilitation of abandoned and at-risk animals; provide compassionate, animal-friendly environments that respect the dignity and total needs of all animals under our care and protection; provide outreach programs and networks for animal adoptions, public respect and appreciation of animals, and awareness of animal needs as well as human responsibilities.
Texas Chihuahua Rescue is comprised of passionate individuals, dedicated to saving the lives of the second most euthanized dog breed in Texas. We strive to educate our community, assist our shelters, and continue to grow our organization. TXCR is here to help small dogs live big dreams.Texas Chihuahua Rescue, Inc Website
The mission of Yolo County Animal Services is to provide humane animal care and control services to the County of Yolo, including the four incorporated cities and University of California at Davis. The operation of the shelter and field services and the work its staff focus on are the many animals unwanted, abandoned or cruelly treated in our community. Being their advocate makes the community safer and provides an outlet for animals that might have otherwise been euthanized to have a second chance at life. Our goal is to provide education and programs that advocate for spay neuter and animal wellness.Yolo County Animal Services Website
The Stone County Humane Society's vision is to create a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness.
To provide sanctuary and rescue to farm animals, dogs and cats. To encourage change in how society views and treats farm animals and advocate for a vegan lifestyle.Austin Farm Sanctuary Website
The mission of Garden Rescues Inc is to rescue dogs who are homeless, abused, or at risk for euthanasia at kill shelters. We will provide medical care as well as a loving and safe environment for the dogs while we seek to find them permanent homes. Garden Rescues will distinguish itself from traditional shelters by providing a much more comfortable and less stressful environment where the dogs will board. The dogs will live in rooms, rather than cages, and spend most of their days interacting with people as well as other dogs. In traditional shelters dogs spend approximately 23 hours a day in solitude in a cage. Garden Rescues’ dogs will spend the majority of their days with people in the hopes that they will be less stressed and actually enjoy their lives while they wait for forever homes.Garden Rescues Inc. Website
Our mission is to provide the best possible long term care for abandoned senior German Shepherds in and around the Pennsylvania area who are deemed un-adoptable do to age and/or minor health issues while still adopting out whenever possible.Woody's Place Senior German Shepherd Sanctuary, Inc Website