Cupcakepoodle@aol.com. 540 539 1155. 540 539 8766. 540 514 8138
The Rescued Pet is working very hard to save animals from abuse and neglect. We will also take in animals that, for any reason, cant be kept by their owners. Our dream is to have all the animals we rescue: spayed/neutered, all veterinary care up to date and last but not least every animal has their forever home.
We do Nuisance Wildlife Trapping, Residential Renovations & repairs! We are dedicated to pleasing our customers! The Best Prices & Discounts! Like & Share
"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way." ---Martin Luther King Jr.
The main goal of our organization is an all volunteer effort to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home unwanted and abandoned Boxer dogs within Minnesota. When Boxers are in need, Minnesota Boxer Rescue dedicated volunteers respond. Our mission includes hands-on rescue, as well as education. Many of our beautiful Boxers have had a very "ruff" start, for various reasons, please be assured that we have dedicated ourselves to helping as many of these dogs as we possibly can. When a dog comes into our rescue program they are examined by our vet, brought up to date on vaccines, heart worm tested, (placed on heart worm preventive medication) and fecal tested. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. We evaluate each Boxer's personality and temperament, so he/she can be placed in the best home suited for that dog. If you are interested in adopting, the first step is to submit an application. You must live in Minnesota in order to adopt. However, if you live in another state, we would be able to assist you with a contact person and telephone number of another rescue in that state.
Ottercreek rehabilitates and homes out farm and domestic animals and includes palliative care. We are seeking foster applications at this time.
Ottercreekanimalsanctuaryandshelter is an animal rescue for farm and domestic animals for all stages of their life. Many shelters claim non-euthanasia but we walk the talk and refuse to end the life of any animal, no matter what the cost (financially or timewise). Our palliative care approach is unique on that sense. We are very transparent with respect to our operation and invite inquiries. We rely exclusively on public donations, financially and otherwise. We provide a home setting for all animals in an attempt to rehabilitate traumatized pets. FUNDRAISING ADDRESS: All donations must be sent to the PayPal account firstname.lastname@example.org
Helping to fill the need for free spay/neuters and getting dogs out of shelters. Placing dogs at high risk for euthanasia into wonderful, loving homes.
Our mission is to support the health and well-being of our local community and the domestic animals within it. If you have an animal related (non-veterinary) emergency or have found a lost pet, please call 1-508-693-1212 and have an officer paged.
KPAR, an affiliate of Bay State Animal Cooperative, Inc., is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a current focus on feral, stray and abandoned cats.
Our mission is to provide cost-effective veterinary services for shelter dogs and cats, feral cats and owned dogs and cats under 6 years of age.
Our mission is to provide cost-effective veterinary services to other non-profit groups. We spay and neuter shelter cats and dogs, trap neuter and release (TNR) feral cats and provide basic veterinary needs for shelter animals. We also run low cost spay and neuter clinics for owned dogs and cats under 6 years of age.
About our Veterinarian: Dr. Kim Trahan received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee. After her graduation in 1996, Dr. Trahan began to work in private practice at Windham Animal Hospital and also with a variety of animal shelters. At Salem Animal Rescue League, Dr. Trahan started and ran the veterinary program for over 10 years. Currently the Director of Animal Rescue Veterinary Services, she has spayed and neutered over 2000 pets since the group started in June of 2010. Dr. Trahan's professional interests include feral cats, pediatric surgeries, the human-animal bond and pet over population. Dr. Trahan and her husband Don have adopted three dogs and four cats. While working, the Doctor can often be found with her "assistant" Jack Rat (a rat terrier) in tow. About the Ethel Brant Memorial Fund: Ethel Brant was a long time animal lover. As a mother of two she had a beloved terrier named Ginger. Later in life, Ethel had several cats as companions. She also enjoyed visits with family members' pets. The animals always loved Ethel. She had a kind and gentle way with them. Ethel was also concerned with the plight of stray cats that she would see. She often lamented the “poor kitties that had no homes” and would try to help these animals. In 2009, it has been estimated that 4 million dogs and cats were euthanized in shelters in this country because there were not enough homes for them. Many unwanted puppies and kittens are born to households with an income of less than $35,000 a year and to animals (especially cats) that have no home. If financial assistance were available to these families, many would get the adult animals spayed or neutered and the number of homeless animals in this country could be reduced. If citizens could have feral cats in their community spayed and neutered at no cost, many would trap and care for these cats. The Ethel Brant Memorial Fund was established in April 2011. This fund was established to provide financial resources for free or subsidized spay and neuter surgeries to needy families in Southern NH and Northern MA. The fund will also provide free spay and neuter surgeries for stray and feral cats in those areas. Donations to The Ethel Fund are tax deductible and always appreciated. Send Your Donations To: ARVS 194 Rockingham Rd. Londonderry, NH 03053