21 Network Partners found in ID

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

Animal Shelter Wood River
Hailey, ID

The Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley, the first “no kill” shelter in Idaho, promotes companion animal welfare by providing temporary shelter for homeless animals,adopting them to qualified homes and reducing animal abuse, neglect and overpopulation through community education and spay/neuter services. The Shelter is funded almost entirely by private donations and grants.

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Animals Need Help Bear Lake
Montpelier, ID

Our mission is to save lives. ANH is a small all volunteer organization whose main purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abused, abandoned, and neglected animals. We make sure all animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, healthy and socialized before placement. Our goal is to reduce the unwanted pet population with education and a low cost S/N program.

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Bannock Humane Society
Pocatello, ID

The mission of the Bannock Humane Society is to foster animals until a suitable permanent home can be found, reduce the number of unwanted animals through spay and neuter, provide emergency care for injured animals, and educate the public about being responsible pet owners.

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Boise Bully Breed Rescue
Eagle, ID

To educate the public regarding bully breeds, promote responsible pet ownership, promote spay and neuter programs, advocate against breed specific legislation and the inhumane activity of dog fighting.

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Boxer Lovers Rescue
Boise, ID

An all-volunteer group of boxer lovers working together to reduce the number of homeless boxers.  Providing shelters an outlet for the boxers in their care, options to owners no longer able to care for their boxer, and education on the boxer breed, we hope for the day of no boxer being homeless.  Working with a network of volunteers, financial supporters, fosters, and transporters, we are able to help hundreds of boxers throughout the Northwest.

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City of Idaho Falls Animal Shelter
Idaho Falls, ID

Idaho  Falls Animal Services has been operating in the Southeastern Idaho city of Idaho Falls for many years. Up until 1999 we carried on business out of a small, antiquated animal shelter. At that time, the City of Idaho Falls determined that a larger, more modern facility was needed to house and care for the growing population of animals in our city. With our current facility, staff, volunteers, rescue partners and access to our webpage and our Facebook page, we are looking forward to finding loving homes for the many pets in our care.

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Happy Jack Cats, Inc.
Meridian, ID

We provide clean, healthy, and loving environments, food, shelter, and temporary housing in foster homes for abused, stray, orphaned or abandoned kittens until their adoptions. Animals are housed in cages only for special purposes: quarantine, injury care, other special needs and display at Petco stores. We promote public health and safety by encouraging vaccinations,  including rabies.  We educate the community about animal welfare issues.  We find homes for cats and kittens in order to reduce the need for euthanasia.  We promote the spay and neuter of pet cats and kittens.  We are a no-kill shelter/rescue. We do not euthanize to free up space.  We applaud and support the efforts of other shelters and rescues.

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Humane Society of the Palouse
Moscow, ID

The Humane Society of the Palouse is a no-kill animal shelter located in Moscow ID, founded in 1978.  Our mission is to ensure the humane treatment, welfare and safety of companion animals in Moscow and Latah County.  We strive to prevent cruelty to animals, to ensure companion animals are adopted by responsible and caring owners, to promote spaying/neutering, to educate the public regarding responsible pet ownership, and to minimize euthanasia.

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Idaho humane logo
Boise, ID
he mission of the Idaho Humane Society is to advocate the welfare and responsible care of animals, protect them from neglect and cruelty, and promote humane education, awareness and compassion. Go to website
Buhl, ID
Magicats, Inc., is a very small, private non-profit feline rescue and adoption service based in Rupert, Idaho, but serving the entire Magic Valley of Southern Idaho. Volunteers working from a foster home network offer healthy, tested, immunized, and well socialized cats & kittens,as well as a few special needs cats and kittens. See our adoptables at the Twin Falls PetSmart, on petfinder or at our website: magicatsrescue.org
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McCall, ID

MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter is Valley County's only animal shelter. Our mission is to provide safe shelter and care for abandoned, surrendered and lost cats and dogs while trying to find them loving homes. We believe in responsible pet ownership, and we provide low cost spay and neuter services as well as spay and neuter every adoptable animal before it is made available. We believe every animal deserves a loving, forever home.

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Meridian Canine Rescue
Meridian, ID

Meridian Canine Rescue is a non-profit, no kill canine rescue dedicated to giving homeless and owner surrendered dogs a second chance. Too often shelter animals are not given the time to find new families and guardians because of overcrowding.  It is our goal to reduce the number of homeless and owner surrendered dogs in shelters, both locally and regionally, without the need for euthanasia.

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