Last Chance Animal Rescue operates in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. A city on the verge of revitalization, Reseda has made Emergency Preparedness a priority and hopes to furnish a van with all the supplies their community will need in the event of the “big one.” Community members will be CERT (Certified Emergency Rescue Team) trained and preparations will be made for their animals as well.
At a minimum, all of our rescue dogs receive vaccinations, monthly preventatives, microchip ID and spay or neuter surgery. If you are interested in adopting through one of the many animal shelters, it is easy to find one in your area. Join us to advocate for improved animal welfare laws for the animals and people of Iowa.
The organization’s long-term goal is to open a true no-kill animal sanctuary with high quality, in-house veterinary services as well as clean, spacious enclosures and outdoor space. This differentiates us and allows us to more thoroughly get to know our animals, ensuring they are matched with suitable, screened adoptive homes which meet our high standards.
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Animal shelters offer you a great place to get your next family pet. Whether you walk dogs, assist with off site adoption events, or administrative tasks, YOU can make a difference in the lives of our pups. Since our founding in May 2012, we have helped save more than 600 dogs in need of transfer, by finding them a shelter or rescue and giving them a second chance at the life they deserve.
Donate today to help us continue to save animals and give them the care and treatment they need to find loving and lasting homes. Some rescues operate kennels, where they house the dogs until a permanent and loving home can be found. These animals have (Courtesy) in their name and are not in the care of Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
Comprised of non-paid individuals committed to animal welfare, the Commission would serve in an advisory capacity to help cities and counties achieve the no-kill goal at their public shelters. Now that the Haywood County Animal Shelter has achieved no-kill status, it is our goal to make sure they are able to maintain that record.
Sarges Animal Rescue Foundation Saving Haywood County’s Adoptable Pets
A 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to saving animals from kill shelters and euthanization. This gives the animal time to be socialized with other pets, children and time to get used to living in a home. In 2015, over 6,000 cats and dogs were killed in city shelters simply because they did not have a safe place to call home. We do not hold animals, nor does the submission of the Pre-Adoption application entitle you … Read More..