Rescues & Shelters

Our partner shelters and animal charities fight against animal homelessness, abuse and neglect and help humans afford medical care that would otherwise separate them from their dog. Led and staffed by dedicated dog lovers, often at great personal cost, these organizations do not get big foundation dollars – but you can help their work with every purchase.

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GIVING BACK

SEE WHAT WE’VE BEEN ABLE TO DO IN 2022!

It’s because of our subscribers that we’re able to give back to rescues and shelters around the nation.

SEPTEMBER

Triangle Beagle Rescue of NC

Triangle Beagle Rescue of NC (“TriBeagles”) has been committed to bringing together humans and hounds for over 20 years. Our goal here at TBR is simple: to find great, lifelong, loving homes for as many beagles in North Carolina as possible!

AUGUST $115 DONATED

Snoopie Project

The Snoopi Project are a very small dog welfare organization in Playa del Carmen, Mexico that provides doghouses for local family dogs in need of protection from the elements. They also provide medical care for extreme cases.
JULY $110 DONATED

Heavenly Angels Animal Rescue

As a foster-based rescue, Heavenly Angels is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit. The dogs we take in are evaluated, socialized and receive training in their foster homes.  Please consider fostering; it is a wonderful way to save a life and help these animals find a forever home. 

JUNE $110 DONATED

Brown Dog Foundation

Brown Dog Foundation was founded in memory of an amazing dog named “Chocolate Chip.” His story embodies the reason we exist. Chip’s first family surrendered him because they couldn’t afford the surgery to remove a Mast Cell Tumor.  Chip was diagnosed with Lymphosarcoma just 45 days after his second owner lost her job unexpectedly. Once again, Chip’s fate would depend on whether or not his owner could afford life-saving medical treatment.

MAY $105 Donated

Life Line Animal

2022 marks LifeLine’s 20th anniversary! From an online adoption network in 2002 to providing care for over 40,000 pets in our shelters, clinics and community in 2022, LifeLine has come a long way in the past 20 years. But none of this would be possible without the support from our amazing community of adopters, volunteers, donors, animal lovers, community advocates and so many more!
APRIL $100 DONATED

ADA Foundation for Protected Animals

Helping Animals from the War and giving them a second chance!
MARCH $110 DONATED

Rest Easy My Friend Canine Rescue and Sanctuary

Senior and Special Needs Dogs deserve love, companionship & quality care!” Our mission is to rescue senior and special needs dogs. We facilitate adoptions or provide a home at our Sanctuary.
February

Milo’s Dog Rescue

Milo’s Dog Rescue of South Florida Inc., is a not for profit, all breed rescue organization based in South Florida. The dogs and cats brought into Milo’s care have a variety of backgrounds. Some are surrendered by their owners due to difficult family situations. Others have been severely neglected or make their way to Milo’s by good Samaritans. Regardless of their past, all the animals that are taken under Milo’s care have one thing in common – a second chance at a great life!
January $100 Donated

Paws for Seniors

Paws For Seniors rescues and rehabilitates companion pets, predominately senior cats and dogs, to give them the best rest of their lives!
We believe that the key to keeping our aging society young at heart is pet companionship. We rehome dogs and cats to families with a primary focus on matching senior pets to senior humans. Companion pets provide senior people with a purposeful daily routine, reaping the rewards of joy, love, fun-loving, and healthier quality of life together.

December $150 DONATED

NYC Second Chance Rescue

The NYS Second Chance Rescue practice responsible and innovative ways to reduce animal overpopulation in shelters, rescue and rehabilitate critically injured and neglected animals, and connect the community to services that enable animals to remain in their homes.

Shelters count on them every single day to help them. So many of them are understaffed, under-resourced, and overflowing with animals with no place to go. When an animal is most in need, shelters call the NYS Second Chance Rescue to help. Not because other rescues are not capable, but because they are fortunate to have a large support network, donors, and medical teams that enable them to do the impossible.

November

The Animal Pad

The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all breed dog rescue that focuses on saving dogs from high kill shelters and the streets of Mexico.

We get them vet care, place them in foster homes and then find them loving forever families. A few years ago, we turned our attention to the street dogs of Mexico as there is very little help for them. Since then, we have developed a large rescue network in Baja California and we have a sister shelter in Ensenada that we focus on taking dogs from whenever funds allow.

October

Snoopi Project

The Snoopi Project are a very small dog welfare organization in Playa del Carmen, Mexico that provides doghouses for local family dogs in need of protection from the elements. They also provide medical care for extreme cases.
September $110 DONATED

BARS Rescue (Barrhead Animal Rescue Society)

Helping the Strays of today become the Pets of tomorrow.

A non-profit animal rescue supported entirely by volunteers and private contributions! Through proactive intervention, public education, fundraising events, and community outreach, the Barrhead Animal Rescue Society seeks to promote respect for all life by breaking the cycle of abuse, neglect, and pet overpopulation in our communities.

August $100 DONATED

New York Bully Crew

The New York Bully Crew is a non-profit that pulls bully breeds from kill shelters, rescues them from the streets, provides them with all their necessary medical care, and then works tirelessly to find loving homes for them.
JULY $100 DONATED

True & Faithful Pet Rescue Mission, Inc

In an animal’s eyes, love is unconditional Too often their love is taken advantage of, leaving hundreds of animals abused, neglected and discarded.

True & Faithful Pet Rescue Mission, Inc. is here for those animals to rescue, heal and educate. Because every animal deserves to be loved.

JUNE $100 DONATED

Territorio de Zaguates

Our mission is to provide a home to all the dogs we take care of. We are a temporal shelter for hundreds of doggies seeking a second opportunity, and also a permanent home for others that probably will never find a family. We are a no kill shelter. Visit Territorio de Zaguates.
MAY $115 Donated

Snoopi Project

We are a very small dog welfare organization in Playa del Carmen, Mexico that provides doghouses for local family dogs in need of protection from the elements. We also provide medical care for extreme cases.
APRIL $110 DONATED

It’s a Pittie Rescue

It’s A Pittie Rescue is dedicated to rescuing, re-habbing, and re-homing the Pit Bull breeds and educating people about one of America’s most loyal and kind breed, one dog at a time. Visit It’s a Pittie Rescue.
MARCH $115 Donated

Milo’s Dog Rescue

Milo’s Dog Rescue of South Florida Inc., is a not for profit, all breed rescue organization based in South Florida. The dogs and cats brought into Milo’s care have a variety of backgrounds. Some are surrendered by their owners due to difficult family situations. Others have been severely neglected or make their way to Milo’s by good Samaritans. Regardless of their past, all the animals that are taken under Milo’s care have one thing in common – a second chance at a great life!
FEBRUARY $100 DONATED

Brown Dog Foundation

We’re staying with Brown Dog Foundation this month. A public charity that provides funding to families who find themselves in similar situations – a sick pet that would likely respond to treatment, but due to an unforeseen circumstance, there is not enough money immediately available to make it happen. Visit Brown Dog Foundation.
JANUARY $100 DONATED

Brown Dog Foundation

We’re staying with Brown Dog Foundation this month. A public charity that provides funding to families who find themselves in similar situations – a sick pet that would likely respond to treatment, but due to an unforeseen circumstance, there is not enough money immediately available to make it happen. Visit Brown Dog Foundation.

September Rescue – Meet Beetle

Over 4,000 beagles rescued from medical breeding facility need homes. A Triangle-based organization says you can help. A place that used them for testing let all of their beagles go and there were 4000 of them. None of them had ever seen the grass or know what a treat...

August Rescue – Meet Mr. Big

Mr. BIG was found tied up and abandoned outside our local dog pound (La Ciebam). Our rescue friends at SOS El Arca reached out to us to see if we were able to help this poor little senior guy. We were more than happy to accept him into our program since SOS El Arca is...

July Rescue – Meet Wendy

Wendy made the transport list !!! That means she'll be on the way to us, saved from a place where she would have been killed. Please donate if you can PayPal harescueadopt@aol.com Wendy was brought to us and is currently available for adoption. What a little cutie she...

June Rescue – Jack Daniels

       Brown Dog Foundation Inc. We rescued Jack in 2011 from puppy love pet rescue. He chose my husband Chris right away but soon became my shadow. He has been our fur baby through the loss of our home to Hurricane Sandy, Chris finishing his masters degree, me...

May Rescue – Meet Lucky

Lifeline Animal Project Lucky steals hearts wherever he goes! This handsome brindle pup loves snuggling with people, chasing after tennis balls, and dreaming of being someone's best friend. Lucky is a fetch aficionado and will drop his ball right in your lap, gently...

April Rescue-Helping Ukraine

    . . ADA Foundation for Protected Animals!  This month we are doing things a little different, as we didn't just want to focus on one dog but many that have been saved by the ukrainian war currently going on. We will be donating to this cause to help our poor...

March Rescue: Clara Belle

Meet Clara Belle. Guessing to be about 4 years old...maybe a Havanese or shih tzu mix. She came here in April 2020 after she bit her owner. It was discovered that her owner was sick and wasn't aware. He ended up going into long-term care and couldn't keep Clara Belle....

February Rescue: Browne

Looking at her now, we can only imagine what kind of hell Browne’s "owner" put her through before she was discovered in a friend’s back yard at 3 AM. Not only did Browne’s owner neglect her until she was a walking skeleton, but then, as if she hadn't already suffered...

January Rescue: Peanut & Rascal

A very sad story for Peanut and Rascal, (almost a "Groundhog Day" dilemma) - Peanut (brown and white) and Rascal are a bonded pair of 10 year old Chihuahua mixes. They came to us after their owner passed away and a family member turned them in to the shelter. They...

December Rescue: Aston

This handsome gentleman is Aston. He is a beautiful hound mix with chestnut fur and a sparkling smile. He's a smart little cookie, and his favorite command is "shake," where he lifts his front paw and waits for you to grab it. Just make sure you've got a treat nearby...