At Encompass Animal Care and Health, we are fortunate enough to be able to assist countless rescue organizations, animal shelters, and fellow non-profits with their animal health care needs.
To place at-risk animals into the right loving forever homes while working with communities to reduce their euthanasia rates. We embrace their past and aim to improve their future.
It is our mission to provide pregnant dogs, newly whelped litters, and orphaned pups a safe place to go, away from the stress and dangers of euthanasia and disease that they are vulnerable to at shelters. We are dedicated to helping to control the pet population through public education, spaying & neutering. We will search and find safe, loving, permanent homes for all of our rescued dogs.
All Bassets Cherished Basset Hound Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer organization. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and place homeless basset hounds in loving, safe homes, thereby improving the lives of both the dog and the adoptive household.
At Allie & Pals Rescue, we strive to set all dogs up for success in the safest and most caring homes. We advocate for animal training, in order to help bridge the gap between owner knowledge and rescue dog behavior. Our mission is to assist in decreasing the euthanasia rates amongst shelters locally and nation-wide.
Awesome Paws Rescue is an all breed foster-based dog rescue in the Buffalo, NY area whose focus is rescuing shelter dogs at risk of euthanasia due to overcrowding.
Buddy’s Second Chance Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue that was established in 2013. We are a foster-based rescue in Western New York and save dogs from various high kill rescues to help decrease euthanasia rates of innocent dogs. Buddy’s Second Chance Rescue brings the dogs to Western New York where they live with their foster family until we are able to help them find their loving forever homes. Buddy was the inspiration for Buddy’s Second Chance Rescue. He was living in a shelter and scheduled to be euthanized, but as luck would have it he was spared his life and given a second chance. Buddy was then rescued by Julie Starr, the founder of Buddy’s Second Chance Rescue, who became his foster family until Buddy was adopted by a loving family! Julie then paired up with Jenn Manz and officially started Buddy’s Second Chance Rescue, with a mission of “Save one until there are none!”
Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned dogs through owner surrender or shelter over population. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians, trainers, boarding facilities we are able to rescues hundreds of dogs every year. We provide them with medical care, loving temporary care, we find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes. We also serve as a resource to our community and all pet owners by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training and good nutrition
Buffalo Underdogs Rescue is an all-breed, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization. BUR saves dogs in Western New York as well as from a rural kill shelter in Eastern Texas. We pull dogs from shelters and transport them to their awaiting foster homes, in the Buffalo area. We provide a safe home environment for our dogs while they receive necessary vetting, begin the process of training and socialization and prepare them to become members of a loving family.
Cats Knead TNVR, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. We Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate and Release feral, barn and stray cats in Cattaraugus County. Our mission is to reduce the overpopulation and spread of disease in cats at residences and farms.
Empire Animal Rescue Society (EARS) is dedicated to the rescue, foster and eventual lifetime placement of abused, abandoned and neglected animals. Animals in our care are accepted without regard to breed or severity of need. All aspects of what we do is aimed at reducing the pet overpopulation epidemic, alleviating the suffering that stems from it, and improving the lives of animals.
Fix A Bull is an organization that works with local animal hospitals to provide free spay/neuter services for bully breed dogs. With your donations, the organization is able to further our objectives of reducing shelter euthanasia by reducing intakes, promote responsible guardianship through outreach and education campaigns, and encourage continued veterinary services and animal health care.
Furever Friends Dog Rescue of WNY, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer corporation whose focus is to rescue and secure permanent homes for puppy mill dogs, and all other dogs in need. In addition, we strive to raise awareness and educate the public on the plight of dogs living in puppy mills. Our ultimate goal is to put an end to puppy mills, and to ensure that every dog has a fair chance. We will work diligently toward our goals until “all the cages are empty.”
HEART Animal Rescue & Adoption Team Inc. was formed in 1984. Since then we have saved the lives of thousands of animals. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit, no-kill organization whose main objective is to alleviate the suffering of neglected, injured, orphaned, sick or abused animals in Western New York.
We rescue both healthy and medically needy dogs from puppies to seniors. Here at NCCR, we regularly open our homes to pregnant dogs in need of a safe space to deliver their puppies. We've also taken on medical cases from broken bones, amputation, eye surgeries, masses, skin conditions, and beyond.
Our dogs come from multiple shelters in southern states as well as local owner surrenders and local shelters. Our goal is to match dogs in need to loving, safe, forever homes.
Our mission is to promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of pets and people by taking in and placing homeless companion animals, encouraging and supporting spay/neuter, providing community outreach to ensure proper animal stewardship, and promoting rational and effective animal care and control policies at all levels of government.
We are a foster home-based Non-Profit 501c3, dog rescue based in Western New York. We rescue stray, neglected, abandoned, and surrendered dogs. We work very hard to place them in new loving homes. We operate through volunteers and donations, relying on social media to stay connected. The volunteers working with the rescue transport animals, serve as foster families, coordinate adoptions and much more. Without them and their countless hours of service, Pixie Mamas Rescue could not exist.
Puppy Mill Rescue Team Rescue is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization. We rescue discarded dogs and puppies from puppy mills, local shelters, over-crowded Southern Rescues/Shelters, as well as local surrenders and place them in skilled, volunteer foster homes located in Western NY and the Finger Lakes area that will care for their needs and help prepare them for adoption with loving families. Our rescue assures that dogs in our care get high quality veterinary services. We do not discriminate against breed, age, or special needs.
The Puppy Mill Rescue Team also works to educate the public about puppy mills and supports efforts to eradicate the existence of the inhumane mass dog breeding facilities commonly known as puppy mills. The Team promotes choosing pet adoption, over purchasing online or from a pet store, as the vast majority of those are sourced by puppy mills
STARS is a 501c3 small animal rescue that is located in North Tonawanda, NY. We primarily rescue Guinea pigs and cats but are very knowledgeable and want to help use our resources to rescue as many animals as we can from unwanted or neglectful situations in WNY by networking with other animal rescues by standing together to ensure the well being of the animals. We are dedicated to fighting animal cruelty and believe no companion animal should need to be euthanized for lack of a home.
Tabby Town is a unique, not for profit, Cat Adoption Center and Rescue Cooperative. Located within the McKinley Mall, it is managed by a committed team of volunteers, who love and care for them. It is a "rescued cat's home between homes".
Working with shelters, Tabby Town was formed to increase cat adoptions in the Western New York community by bringing homeless cats & kittens closer to the public for adoption. With over 50 - 65 cats and kittens at the adoption center at any given time, they are in cozy condo's just waiting to meet you.
Queen City Pitties Animal Rescue is a non profit, 501(c)(3) organization based in Buffalo, NY and surrounding suburbs, that rescues bully breeds to give them a second chance. We are a group of professional dog trainers, dog rescuers, bully breed owners and animal lovers. Our goal is to educate the public to inspire a better understanding and appreciation of the breed. We also try to dispel damaging myths and to encourage responsible dog ownership. We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home bullies. We do not have a shelter. We do not have a donor base. But we do have lots of adorable dogs that need your help at a second chance.
West Side Cat Rescue (WSCR) is a 501 (c)(3) all Volunteer organization committed to the humane and compassionate treatment of cats.
Our mission is to provide for the adoption of rescued cats and kittens in permanent homes. We are also dedicated to the care and wellbeing of these homeless cats and to educating the public on the need to spay/neuter pets,prevention of animal cruelty, responsible pet ownership, providing food and other resources for pet owners who are in times of need, actively encouraging trap-neuter-vaccinate-release (TNVR) in our community and providing food and shelters for feral colony caregivers.
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