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We help dogs find a forever home.
We support projects that make a difference locally, nationally, and globally.
The Tri County Humane Society is a no-kill organization. Once an animal is rescued by Tri County, it is saved for life. The organization will not release an animal to another organization that has a policy of euthanasia. In addition, they will only place animals with qualified prospective owners.
Best Friends Animal Society is guided by a simple philosophy: kindness to animals builds a better world for all of us.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is a government agency that provides consistent, reliable, and professional solutions for animal related problems, which encourage responsible attitudes and allow people and animals to co-exist in a safer environment. (Advisor to Board of F.A.C.E.S., the 501(c)3 support organization).
The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization—backed by 11 million Americans, or one in every 28. Established in 1954, The HSUS seeks a humane and sustainable world for all animals—a world that will also benefit people.
Since the summer of 1999, the St Martin’s Foundation has been rescuing animals and educating students about sustainability and compassion. Our “Green Team” are young activists who travel to local schools to educate kids about being kind to animals and the environment.
St. Martin’s also provides a home for homeless and abused animals. Our mission is to inspire children through creative courses in sustainability, animal care, and kindness. We seek to play an instrumental role in the positive upbringing of the next generation, so that they, too, will one day work to inspire others.
Placing customized Assistance Dogs with veterans and military dependents living with various disabilities.
Through the paws4vets Assistance Dog Placement Program, Veterans, Active-Duty Service Members or their dependents with physical, neurological, psychiatric or emotional disabilities can receive Psychiatric Service Dogs, Mobility Service Dogs and Rehabilitative Assistance Dogs.
Lastly, but not with less importance, we will change the concept and accepted attitude about housing animals in public and private shelters from chain link and concrete kennels for some, and steel cages for others, to a comfortable home style environment for all. Each hour of every day we, as the owner, staff, volunteers, and members of Paws2Help, strive to push toward this destination.
The aim of the charity is to improve the welfare of the animals of Afghanistan; which includes humanely reducing the stray dog population which in turn will reduce the incidents of canine rabies, provide animal welfare education for the Afghan people and develop training programmes to improve the lives of working animals. We have also now helped over 800 soldiers serving in Afghanistan to be reunited back in their home countries (USA, UK, Canada, Italy, South Africa, Australia, Holland and Germany) with the dogs or cats they rescued from the front lines of Afghanistan.
Based in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, Tzu Zoo works to placed homeless Shih Tzus and Lhasa Apsos with well-matched, loving forever homes and give these animals a second chance at a wonderful, new life that they so richly deserve.
In addition to finding homes for unwanted animals, the Education and Animal Rescue Society teaches the public about animal behavior and proper care for pets with an emphasis on vaccinations, spaying and neutering, and nutrition.
SFCA collects adoptable dogs from the streets of Dallas and high-kill shelters and pays commercial airlines to fly them to no-kill partner shelters, primarily in New York and New Jersey, where there is high demand for rescue pets.
Based in Australia, K9 Aid supports small animal shelters in southern Europe and Asia. The organization operates mobile SNIP clinics that administer rabies vaccines and sterilize Thailand’s street dogs.
This global organization promotes the human-animal bond, rescues and protects dogs and cats, improves farm animal welfare, protects wildlife, and promotes animal-free product testing and research.
To contact American Dog Rescue for assistance or for press opportunities, please fill out the contact form below or call 888-487-6447.
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American Dog Rescue 11231 US Highway 1, Suite 420 North Palm Beach, FL 33408
11231 US Highway 1, Ste. 420, North Palm Beach, FL 33408