Top Animal Shelters Worldwide

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter. You’ll find information on all the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we’ve partnered with below.

Pet Friendly Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey
Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey Burlington County Animal Alliance (BCAA) was established in 1999 to help homeless dogs and cats find new homes. BCAA is a 501(c) nonprofit group, and 100% of their proceeds go to animals in their care which includes spaying and neutering and all other medical treatments required for the dog and cat to enjoy a long and healthy life. They also advocate the spaying and neutering of all companion animals and will not adopt to anyone whose present dogs and cats are not neutered and spayed. BCAA is a network of fosters and all animals are taken care of in homes. They do not have a building to visit but do hold weekly adoption events. See Details
Pet Friendly Colorado Correctional Industries Prison Trained Dog Program
Colorado Correctional Industries Prison Trained Dog Program Colorado Correctional Industries Prison Trained Dog Program in Denver, CO, is a program which provides the outside community with pre-trained dogs. Dogs graduating from this program fill many roles: everything from a wonderfully trained basic family pet, to a nursing home dog, to very sophisticated assistance dogs which perform a variety of tasks for their masters. These dogs are perfect pets for the youngest child to an elderly parent. They also offer board and train to private dog owners. See Details
Pets Come First Pets Come First is a non-euthanasia animal shelter committed to caring for animals of central Pennsylvania, and supporting the local community. Pets Come First works closely with other local rescues, clinics, and pet food pantries to support community cat “trap and release” programs along with low cost spay and neuter programs to combat the root cause of pet overpopulation. See Details
West Volusia Humane Society Managed by the DeLand Police Department, the City of DeLand’s Second Chance Program is designed to house abandoned or lost domestic animals in a safe and secure holding area for a three day period. The holding period allows pet owners an opportunity to reclaim their pets by contacting the police department’s Animal Control Officer, and equally important, the three day period is also used to notify numerous animal advocacy groups from around the state about the adoptable animals that are available through the program. The advocacy groups are committed to finding “forever homes” for the animals and their partnership with the city is core to the program’s success. Prior to the program’s initial start, all animals captured by the Animal Control Officer would be taken directly to a local humane society. The Second Chance Program creates an opportunity for owners to be reunited with their pet and for adoptable animals to find good homes. See Details
Forsyth Humane Society Forsyth Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to enriching our community by promoting the compassionate treatment of cats and dogs. We are committed to placing cats and dogs into loving homes, advancing community understanding of the benefits of animal companionship, providing needed resources to the pet community, supporting a no-kill adoption center, and the spaying/neutering of dogs and cats See Details
Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue is an all-volunteer, unpaid organization that saves dogs from being euthanized in animal shelters. They provide dogs due to be euthanized a second chance at a happy life with loving families. Their volunteer transporters transport the dogs to their facility where they are spayed/neutered, microchipped, treated for any illnesses, socialized, and then are advertised to be adopted out to qualifying individuals. Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue is working to reduce and/or stop the kill shelter concept. They support and dedicate themselves to promoting responsibility, dedication, education, safety, and the spaying/neutering of pets. See Details
Bullies 2 the Rescue Bullies 2 the Rescue is an organization that began and continues to be run by "Bulldoggers" all over the United States. "Bulldoggers" all share one thing in common...our love for English Bulldogs! The home base of our operation is located in North Carolina. We have a nationwide transport train that carries our bulldogs to their "furever" homes or into safe & loving foster homes until they are ready for adoption.

Our mission, first and foremost, is to ensure the safety and well-being of all Bulldogs we take in and to educate the public in the care of English Bulldogs. We rehabilitate and re-home those that are sick, neglected, abused, or injured.

Moreover, we provide a safe alternative to shelters for owners that are faced with the already difficult decision of finding a new home for their English Bulldog.

We rely solely on donations and are completely run by volunteers like you!

At this time there is such a great need, we only take English Bulldogs.
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Pet Pal Animal Shelter Tampa's Pet Pal Animal Shelter's mission is to rescue dogs and cats from animal shelters that may otherwise be euthanized due to time limitations, illness, injuries or lack of socialization and training. They are dedicated to educating the public about the pet overpopulation crisis, the importance of spaying/neutering and responsible pet ownership. See Details
Rescue Warriors Corp Rescue Warriors Corp is a all volunteer, no kill animal rescue funded solely by private donations. We have no paid employees. The group was founded by 3 women who all have one thing in common their spouses or former spouses served our country. Two of the founders spouses are disabled combat veterans and the third founders spouse is a retired airman. So just as our husbands fought for our freedom, we at Rescue Warriors fight for the freedom of dogs and cats in high kill shelters. See Details
Faithful Friends Animal Society Faithful Friends Animal Society is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization with a No Kill shelter serving Delaware. Faithful Friends does not euthanize animals to make space for others. All cats and dogs in our care stay with us until forever homes are found. They receive lots of love and attention in addition to top-notch care.

Programs and services include rescue and adoption, healthy pet clinics, spay/neuter clinics, free pet food & supply bank, pet therapy services, and community outreach.

Faithful Friends is funded through private donations, grants, fees for our services and special events and fundraisers held throughout the year.
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Lancaster County SPCA Founded in 2013, the LCSPCA will be the leader in serving Lancaster County, Pennsylvania with all available means and resources to prevent and alleviate the suffering of animals, and provide sheltering, humane care and adoptions of stray and unwanted animals and animals who come to us as the result of owner surrender and cruelty investigations. As a non-profit organization and 501(c)(3) we are not a branch of any national or local Humane Society or SPCA. We accept any domestic animal from individuals, while primarily being supported through public donations. See Details
ARA Canine Rescue Inc (Husky Rescue) ARA Canine Rescue inc (Alleys Rescued Angels) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer, husky rescue and adoption organization. We have a 10 acre ranch where all of our rescued huskies have comfortable kennels and get plenty of socialization and playtime as they await their new families.

We are dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned Siberian Huskies throughout the counties of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino and then adopting them into loving homes.
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Saved Me, Inc. Saved Me Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 certified non-profit organization that is focused on saving dogs & cats from shelters that are forced to euthanize due to limited amount of space. We provide quality medical care, shelter, food, and a safe & healthy environment for our rescues.

SavedMe is dedicated to improving and enriching the quality of life of abused, abandoned, and neglected pets. We provide high quality care and rehabilitation for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes. Our volunteers work with pets directly, providing individualized rehabilitation to help them get adopted. SavedMe has a partnership with “The Pet Mechanic” (A veterinary wellness center) which allows us to provide high quality medical care & treatment for sick, injured, abused, and neglected rescues. The health and well-being of all our rescues is our first priority.
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Wagging Dog Rescue Wagging Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization striving to help as many dogs as possible get through Southern California's shelters and find the perfect forever family. We are an all volunteer group of passionate animal advocates, owners and rescuers dedicated to improving animal welfare and restoring the unwanted family pet to his rightful place in a responsible home. All of our adoptable dogs are in a private foster home with a loving caregiver who guides them through their transition from a stressful past to a permanent and well-deserved future. We promote responsible pet ownership, firm leadership, spay and neuter... and most of all, ADOPTION. See Details
"A Home Away" Pet Boarding and Rescue "A Home Away" is a small independent shelter, that strives to better the lives of all animals and their owners. They provide quality care for all animals in their care at anytime...boarding, rescue, training, grooming. They believe that 99% of the pets turned into shelters are because of behavior problems due to no fault of their own. A little bit of positive reinforcement goes a long way, with consistancy and patience in training any pet. They also offer in-home training, grooming, bathing, nail clips, pet sitting and boarding all at very reasonable prices. Many rescue dogs are available for adoption. Applicants must be approved and all pets are neutered and up to date on vaccinations and will be adopted to approved homes only. Adoption Fees apply. See Details
Cabarrus Pets Society We are a community foster organization. We take dogs in that are surrendered, or strays. We provide medical care, spay/neutering, microchipping, all vaccines, and heartworm and flea/tick prevention. We temperament test all intakes to see if we can take them into our program, then we require an application that is very thorough so we can be sure to the best of our abilities that the dog is going to an ideal home. See Details
Clinton Animal Shelter The Clinton Animal Shelter located in Clinton, MO is ran by the C.A.R.E. (Clinton Animal Rescue Endeavor) organization. The shelter operates as a low-kill facility only able to accept animals through Clinton Animal Control. See Details
Three Little Pitties Rescue Three Little Pitties adopts pets out to the Pacific Northwest (Oregon and Washington), Utah, Idaho, and Colorado with a mission to alleviate the extreme overpopulation problem in Texas. The Three Little Pitties Rescue team saves dogs and cats from life on the streets and overcrowded shelters in Texas and paves their journey to a better life. The animals are fully vetted and rehabilitated in Texas-based foster homes then matched with out-of-state families who will cherish them forever! The rescue sends a USDA certified transport twice per month with dogs and cats from Texas all the way up to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah! See Details
Greenville County Animal Care Greenville County Animal Care is dedicated to promoting the compassionate treatment of animals in their community through adoption, education, and affordable spay/neuter and veterinary care. They have the largest, most diverse selection of adoptable pets in the Upstate, and their innovative programs and partnerships are steadily moving Greenville County toward becoming a no-kill community. See Details
Greenville Humane Society The Greenville Humane Society is one of the largest no-kill facilities in the Southeast. They work in partnership with their community to create an environment where all animals are treated with compassion and respect. See Details
Union County Animal Control Union County Animal Control, located in Cobden, IL, provides pet adoptions, fosters, microchipping, and lost pet services. See Details
Zeus' Rescues It is the mission, duty, and purpose of Zeus’ Rescues to eradicate pet homelessness and euthanasia within the New Orleans, LA community. The organization is further committed to community-building and pet education with a focus on children and the elderly. They find forever homes for animals that are pulled from high kill metro shelters. They are not an in-take shelter. They are an all-volunteer group funded by private donations and grants. See Details
Brown Paws Rescue Brown Paws Rescue is a foster-based rescue that is 100% volunteer-run. The organization helps pups in the Madison, WI, area find forever homes. Check out their website to view the adorable canines that are waiting to join your family. See Details
Forever Friends Great Dane Rescue, Inc. Forever Friends is a foster-home based 501c3 non-profit Great Dane rescue organization operating in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. Their purpose is not only to save, medically treat and re-home Great Danes, but to educate the public about animal abuse, neglect, puppy mills and other important issues concerning dogs (any and all breeds). They are supported solely by the public by donations, fundraisers and individual supporters; and are here to make a difference in the betterment of dogs lives and human concern. See Details