Great Dog Rescue New England (GDRNE) is a 501(C)(3) non-profit, shelter less, all-breed rescue group headquartered in Massachusetts. We rely on our dedicated team of volunteers from all over New England who work tirelessly with our Southern rescue partners to save dogs who are abandoned, found as strays or pulled from high kill shelters.
Each week dogs are transported to Massachusetts, and upon arrival, are held at the GDRNE isolation center for 48 hours. Kennel staff and volunteers work to ensure the health and safety of each dog. Each dog is spayed/neutered and has a clean bill of health before going to a forever home or to a loving foster family. Families are chosen based on each dog's specific needs and the adoption process is in place to help screen for best fit and to help make sure each family is set up for success.
November 17th, 2020
We love Tuesdays! This week our Tuesday's Child donation was sent to Talbot Humane. Our long time friends over at St. Michaels Pet Supplies have been supporting this shelter since they opened their store. Talbot Humane is an open admission shelter on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. They offer a number of services to the community including pet adoption, intervention and retention services, no and low cost spay/neuter services, pet loss support, pet pantry and so much more. The pup in this week's banner is Shadi and she's looking for a home. For more information on her and the shelter visit Talbot Humane.
November 3, 2020 Animals Deserving of Rescue Everywhere, Inc. is a non-profit IRS designated public charity under section 501(c)(3) headquartered in Orlando, FL with a chapter in Maine. Doing business as ADORE, we are dedicated to saving, supporting, and giving comfort to homeless, at risk, and abused animals, including the medically needy. We maintain and foster core values of compassion, kindness, transparency, honesty, integrity and responsiveness – to the animals, our partners in rescue and to each other
Oct 20, 2020
FuRRR Feline Rescue is a nonprofit, no kill, volunteer driven organization in New Hampshire incorporated in 2015. We specialize in the elderly, special needs and at risk of euthanasia kittens and cats from high kill southern shelters via our southern rescue partners. We often take cats that are in need of extensive medical care that may otherwise not get the necessary treatment. FuRRR helps our community working with local trappers, taking strays from the streets helping put and end to unwanted animals, as well as taking pets surrendered by their owners for many reasons.
October 6, 2020
The Lowell Humane Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal shelter serving the Greater Lowell, Massachusetts Community since 1873. The LHS team is committed to saving lives and connecting families to resources that keep their pets right where they belong-at home! LHS provides quality care to pets of all sizes and ages, welcoming even the smallest hamsters and largest dogs into their care. The purpose of the Lowell Humane Society is to prevent cruelty to animals, provide care for homeless and distressed animals and educate the public about responsible pet ownership. The shelter is a private not for profit organization and does not receive any city, state or federal funding. Operations are supported through the generous support of individuals, businesses and foundations.
September 14, 2020
Birdhouse Dog House Rescue is based in Southern California and operates solely with volunteers from California and Tijuana, Mexico. They are working together to coordinate trapping, spay/neutering, vaccination and medicating of every street dog and cat in need in that area. These Fix and Release programs will help control the over population of stray dogs. Through hands on work, along with their established drop off centers for donations including dog/cat food, blankets beds, flea & tick medication they are already making a difference.
September 1, 2020
Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), volunteer foster home based rescue organization, established in 1982. Our mission is simple, we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states. Our pugs are up-to-date on vaccinations and spayed/neutered prior to being placed in a forever home. PRoNE is supported by adoption fees, donations and funds raised through our special events like our Annual Pug Social. Spring Comedy Night and our PRoNE 5K. Our 2020 events have been cancelled this year due to COVID-19 so we got creative with online fundraisers like FaceBook auctions and T-shirt campaigns and we are so grateful to our followers who continue to support us in these challenging times.
August 11, 2020
Senior Hearts Rescue is a 501c3 organization whose mission is to save lives of senior dogs through a proven renewal and placement process, giving our seniors a high quality of life in loving homes. They are based in PA and in three years have saved 325 seniors!
July 28, 2020
Save A Dog, Inc. is a Massachusetts-based humane society whose focus is abandoned dogs. We take in local dogs of all breeds, sizes, and shapes who have become homeless for one reason or another. We work with animal shelters in MA as well as out of state. With over 8.6 million pets being euthanized each year, we try to maximize the number of dogs we can save at once, so we work with several high volume shelters and humane societies in rural parts of the south and in WV where dogs die in large numbers. Save A Dog incorporated as a 501c3 nonprofit in 1999 and we were the first dog rescue group in the Boston Metrowest area to bring in dogs from states that have an over-population problem. We have used foster homes and now have a shelter in which to house and show our rescued dogs. We try to make the best match for applicant and dog. We developed a health protocol and quarantined our dogs long before it was state-mandated. To date we have rescued and adopted over 4,300 dogs.
July 7, 2020
Rescue Inc may be the new rescue in town, but they are not new to rescue. Established in late 2019 and based on the north shore, they are in the business of second chances. In addition to being a resource for local dogs, Rescue Inc. homes the displaced and abandoned dogs from the rural south. They partner with organizations in Mississippi and Massachusetts that enhance the human-animal bond, and improve the well-being of an at-risk canine population. As a licensed and registered 501(c)(3) organization, they rely on your tax-deductible donations to support their rescue efforts. Every dollar is put to work supporting their mission to provide rescue options for animals when there are none. Their official launch just prior to Covid has proven to be challenging for fundraising. Regardless, Rescue Inc. hit the ground running and they've saved 300 puppies and dogs just since May 1st!
June 30, 2020
PAWS Animal Adoption Center was founded by a group of animal lovers in 1974 and has been working hard ever since to provide care for homeless dogs and cats until they can be placed in permanent, responsible homes while promoting humane values in our community through outreach and educational programs.
June 23, 2020
We are a small 501c3 beagle rescue that serves Western and Central New York State. Our mission is to find loving forever homes for beagles.
Bernard's Beagle Rescue began it's mission to help beagles in search of a forever home in the year 2000 in North Conway, New Hampshire. We relocated to New York State in 2001. Bernard's Beagle Rescue serves Western and Central NY.
June 16, 2020
Brown Dog Coalition is a foster-based, 100% volunteer run organization helping dogs and cats find loving homes in Massachusetts. We primarily work with an underserved area in Alabama and over 1/3 of the animals we take need some type of special medical care. We also have launched a spay/neuter campaign for community owned dogs and cats in Alabama to try to address the root cause of overpopulation. Over $30,000 has been donated to date for spay/neuter.
June 9, 2020
Sweet Paws Rescue (SPR) a Massachusetts-based, grassroots, boots-on-the-ground, shelter less, foster-based, and volunteer-powered organization. We primarily work within two of the poorest counties in Mississippi, and Alabama and have rescued thousands of puppies, dogs, kittens and cats that would not have a chance at life otherwise. We are also a New England resource for the abandoned and displaced, and animals seized in cruelty cases within our home state.
May 26, 2020
Goodness Gracious is thrilled to announce the first recipient of its weekly Tuesday's Child Award to The Scituate Animal Shelter.
They are the regional leader in animal adoptions, feral cat initiatives and community animal wellness services. Last year, the SAS found homes for over 500 animals and reunited over 50 lost pets with their owners. The shelter's recent programs include emergency pet food donations to federal workers impacted by the government shut down and conducting low cost veterinary clinics for community pet owners.