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Buckeye Pet Partners (Hilliard, Ohio) logo of shadow dog and cat with “e” in “Buckeye” made to look like a buckeye tree
Hilliard, Ohio 43027

Buckeye Pet Partners seeks to reduce and eventually eliminate the unnecessary killing in animal shelters throughout the state of Ohio. Working with the community, finding adoption placement for homeless animals, and being active in trap-neuter-return programs are the foundation of our organization.  There is a better way to rescue than just putting homeless animals in cages for an indeterminate amount of time. Buckeye Pet Partners seeks to find a solution for every animal that comes into our care, whether that’s being released out into a managed colony, long term foster care, or adopted into a loving home. Our mission will always be to find solutions that are in the best interest of the little lives within our care.

Buckeye Pet Partners Website
Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue
Rolla, North Dakota 58367

The Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue Network exists to shelter and care for lost and unwanted animals, to place them into humane environments, and to implement programs and services which educate the public of their responsibilities to all animals.

Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue Website
Best Friends Network Partner logo for Berkeley Animal Center (Moncks Corner, South Carolina) logo
Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461

The Berkeley County Animal Shelter is committed to maintain a fiscally-responsible, healthy, safe and loving environment for rescued, abandoned, abused, or neglected animals of Berkeley County where all animals receive appropriate care and attention at all times and are treated with dignity and respect while pursuing the placement of the animals into safe, lifelong homes.

Berkeley Animal Center Website
Hub City Animal Project (Spartanburg, South Carolina) logo is a sitting black dog with the organization name written on it
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29301

The Hub City Animal Project encourages animal welfare groups, veterinarians, and municipalities to collaborate in addressing the issues that are at the root of animal homelessness in Spartanburg County in order to create long-term change and reduce shelter intake.

Hub City Animal Project Website
Rancho Coastal Humane Society
Encinitas, California 92024

Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) was formed in 1960 by a group of hardworking volunteers, led by animal lover Maria K. Lloyd. The goal was and continues to be to care for the homeless animal population of San Diego County and to educate the public about pet overpopulation and responsible companion animal care. RCHS provides quality shelter care, adoption services, education programs and an animal safehouse program for the survivors of domestic violence. One of RCHS' main goals is the adoption of animals to permanent, loving homes. RCHS' adoption process is tailored to find the best match between pets and people. After finding the perfect match, we help prospective adopters learn about health care, nutrition requirements, grooming, exercise, responsible pet ownership, socialization and the importance of the human/animal bond.

Rancho Coastal Humane Society Website
Best Friends Network partner logo for Normand’s Royal Rescue (Brooksville, Florida)
Brooksville, Florida 34613

Rescue,rehabilitation,and adoption of local canines from shelters.  Continued community education on care of animals.

Normand's Royal Rescue Website
K9 Kismet Rescue (Inglewood, California) logo has “k9 kismet” in between the words “DOG RESCUE” inside a circle
Inglewood, California 90303

K9 Kismet Dog Rescue is a nonprofit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes, specifically to rescue and re-home homeless dogs from high-kill shelters in LA and Orange Counties, California. To that end, the activities we propose to conduct include locating and rescuing dogs in the LA and Orange County areas from the euthanasia lists in high-kills shelters, and from owners who want to surrender their dogs to keep those dogs from said shelters. K9’s efforts will be to find these dogs foster homes while seeking permanent homes for them. K9 Kismet is an all-breed rescue, however, specializes in bully breeds.  In addition to rescuing and placing dogs in new homes, K9 Kismet also provides medical services, food, toys, beds, etc. for dogs whose owners can’t afford these services or items for their pets."

K9 Kismet Rescue Website
Brick City Rescue NJ (Lincoln Park, New Jersey) logo with four dogs in shadow on a blue background
Lincoln Park, New Jersey 07035

Brick City Rescue Inc (BCR) is dedicated to finding loving, stable homes for all adoptable homeless dogs in NJ with a main focus on Bully Breeds. We encourage compassionate and responsible behavior and supply training, food, shelter and medical care to all of our animals. We service as a community resource, disseminating valuable information to the public by promoting responsible pet ownership and providing education regarding breed discrimination.

Brick City Rescue NJ Website
Jackson/Teton County Animal Shelter (Jackson, Wyoming) logo-arch with green bottom, purple mountains & blue sky, a dog and cat
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

Provide humane care to, and provide homes for, lost and abandoned dogs and cats, educate the public regarding responsible animal ownership/care, and enforce animal regulations.

Jackson/Teton County Animal Shelter Website
Animal Alliance of Galveston County Inc (La Marque, Texas) logo with dog and cat
La Marque, Texas 77568

Animal Alliance of Galveston County's mission is to eliminate the death of cats and dogs in Galveston County and surrounding areas due to overpopulation and infectious diseases by providing education on responsible guardianship and accessible, affordable spay-neuter and wellness services.

Animal Alliance of Galveston County Inc. Website
Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare logo with an "A" and a star
Amarillo, Texas 79105

The goal of this department is to serve Amarillo residents by providing care, control and resolution to situations dealing with domestic animals and wildlife. To accomplish this task the Department priorities are as follows: Citizen Compliance with existing laws and codes, Enhance Enforcement of existing laws and codes, Seek improvements to enhance existing rules, Control the Stray animal Population, Increase the Live Release Rate

Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare Website
Denison Animal Welfare Group (Denison, Texas) logo with DAWG, cat, dog, heart
Denison, Texas 75021

Denison Animal Welfare Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of aiding and supporting the City of Denison in the creation, funding, and operation of an animal shelter. To develop a successful adoption program for the abused, neglected, abandoned, or unwanted animals within the city of Denison. To eliminate the killing of healthy, adoptable animals. To develop a network of partners and businesses to fund this endeavor, and to create an organization that oversees all areas of animal welfare within the city of Denison.

Denison Animal Welfare Group Website