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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Matching Dogs in Need of Homes with Homes in Need of Dogs
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.
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.
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.
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