Animal Rescue provides local news, events, and profiles about Animal Rescue Groups throughout the United States. Our mission is to get the word out about local animal rescue groups, support groups, veterinarians that take care of rescue animals, and those who care about and give their time to Animal Rescue organizations.
Canines With A Cause (CWAC) was created with the intent to save healthy, adoptable dogs from local shelters and place them with disabled veterans as loving companions and assistance dogs. With their program at the Utah State Prison, they are now able to begin basic training to better place dogs and continue the training with the veteran in need.
At any given time Canines With a Cause has approx 70 veterans actively training and over 100 on the waiting list. Canines With a Cause is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
CAWS is a no-kill, volunteer and foster-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is working with the community to help animals. As Utah’s oldest animal rescue group, their ongoing rescue, foster, education and adoption programs help animals whose time is up at shelters, those who are abandoned, and as their resources allow, those whom their owners can no longer keep.
They are committed to saving the animals that are often overlooked and under-appreciated at local shelters; this includes, the sick, injured, senior and neonatal kittens and their mothers. We are dedicated to helping those special needs animals find their forever homes.
For more information about Community Animal Welfare Society (CAWS) please visit caws.org
Since 1939, the Santa Fe Animal Shelter has been dedicated to its mission: support animals, save lives, spread compassion. They are northern New Mexico’s only open-admission, no-kill shelter. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our federal tax ID # is 85-6000484.
The Shelter focuses on spay/neuter programs to control overpopulation, creative adoption efforts to bring pets to loving families and dozens of programs providing support for marginalized animals.
Thanks to a partnership with the City of Santa Fe and the Bureau of Land Management, the main Shelter is housed on a 100-acre campus with hiking trails and plenty of room to walk dogs.
Come visit our facilities to see how Santa Fe cares for its animals. The Shelter is not just a place to adopt an animal or find a missing one but a place to visit over and over again. This is your Shelter, built by our community – a place to find joy with the animals.
For more information about Santa Fe Animal Shelter please visit sfhumanesociety.org.
Animal Humane New Mexico is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit. They are the state’s leading private animal welfare organization serving cats, dogs and their families. From their Main Campus in Albuquerque, they partner with shelters across the state to rescue homeless pets.
It is their mission to support and improve the lives of New Mexico’s cats and dogs through sheltering, adoptions, humane education and veterinary services.
They envision a society in which every animal is treated with respect and compassion.
With state-of-the-art facilities on their beautiful four-acre Main Campus, and a satellite adoption center on Albuquerque’s Westside, they deliver innovative programs that comprise their wide variety of compassionate services, making Animal Humane a national leader in animal welfare.
Welcome to Rebel Paws Rescue! At Rebel Paws Rescue their goal is to save the lives of dogs by means of rescue and transportation. They also aim to provide proper medical care as well as spay/neuter each dog. Ultimately they wish to adopt them out to loving families and educate there new families on a number of different things. Rebel Paws Rescue was founded March 29, 2016 by Tonya, Belinda, Nancy and Tess. Four women with a passion for life of all kinds, particularly dogs in need.
Almost every neighbourhood and household has a dog, some of them are in need of something, whether the guardians do not have the means to provide for the dog or the dog has an unnoticed health concern. Their goal is to provide both knowledge and assistance. To help educate guardians to become a more informed pet parent. Encouraging and promoting community involvement to help the strays of the neighbourhood find their homes again.
Paws and Stripes began in 2010 when Lindsey Stanek’s ex-husband, Jim, faced PTSD and TBI. After seeing the impact therapy dogs had on him while he was in treatment, she began to pursue getting a service dog for him. She soon learned about the difficult and expensive process involved, so she started her own organization to help veterans for free.
Complete training for a Paws and Stripes veteran/dog team is funded solely through donations. The veterans are never obligated to pay a penny for successfully completing the program. They only adopt dogs from local shelters rather than getting ones specifically bred for the job, and highly trained service dog trainers work with the veteran and dog teams. They believe in saving lives, together, two at a time.
Three Rivers Humane Society is a Madras, Oregon based 501c(3) nonprofit established in October 2012. This organization was born of a desire to create a better life for the animals of Central Oregon and to do their part to help put an end to pet overpopulation in our area. It has been hard work but they love being rewarded by the faces of the 4 footed residents! Along with the care of the animals their goals for the shelter include healthy financial fitness, building strong community relationships, and facilitating a low cost spay/neuter program for Jefferson County residents.
Central Oregon Animal Friends is committed to promoting healthy, safe and lifelong relationships between people and their pets through sustainable programs of education, adoption and spay/neutering. They will endeavor to fight for the abused and abandoned, and foster a community where no companion animal will be killed because it is homeless.
For more information about Three Rivers Humane Society please visit threerivershs.org.
They are a no-kill organization committed to the humane welfare and well-being of animals in need.
Animal Rescue Rhode Island (ARRI) rescues abandoned, abused and surrendered animals without geographic limitation. They nurture them to be adopted as pets in loving homes. ARRI fosters animals by following a no-kill philosophy where no animal is ever euthanized because of time, space, breed, or humanely treatable condition, in an environment which is safe, healthy and loving.
Central to their mission is our steadfast commitment to enlighten and inspire our community as teachers and advocates, supporting animal welfare through humane education.
For more information about Animal Rescue Rhode Island please visit animalrescueri.org.
As the heart of a humane community and in partnership with that community, the Potter League for Animals is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of animals. They promote the humane treatment of all animals and provide shelter and care for lost or unwanted companion animals. Through education, commitment to a standard of excellence in the care of animals, and fostering relationships between people and animals, they enhance the animals’ lives and enrich the human experience.
The Potter League is an “open admission” shelter which is able to help as many pets as possible. They accept owner-surrendered animals, as well as all stray animals from those communities with which They have an animal control-housing contract. Approximately 2,000 dogs, cats, rabbits, and other small animals are received at our facility annually. The Potter League consistently maintains a Live Release Rate of 90% or higher through placement to new families, returned to their owners or released to another facility or rescue group. Thier commitment to all animals means they are willing to pursue all reasonable efforts in order to provide for their well-being. In addition, almost 2,000 animals and their owners seek our other obedience, lost and found, cremation and behavior support services each year. They are the community’s animal care and resource center.
For more information about Potter League for Animals please visit potterleague.org.
Since 1916, the Roanoke Valley SPCA has made the welfare of homeless and unwanted animals a priority and in 1958 the RVSPCA became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
They provide a safe environment for lost, abandoned and homeless animals and strive to set a standard of excellence and leadership in animal care, humane education and progressive animal welfare programs.
They annually provide food, shelter, rehabilitation and medical treatment for nearly 2,000 homeless animals. Prior to adoption, all animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, receive medical care and behavioral training and all vaccinations, including rabies, are brought up-to-date.
They have worked very hard to implement programs and deliver services that help ensure that every animal in their care can be adopted into a permanent loving home. To save even more animals, the Roanoke Valley SPCA provides life-saving foster care for underage, under-socialized and sick animals. They promote animal welfare through programs and services that mutually benefit people and animals.
For more information about Roanoke Valley SPCA please visit rvspca.org.