Animal Rescues We Support

North East Boston Terrier Group

Most dogs in foster care for placement are adolescent to adult dogs in need of re-homing in life for a multitude of reasons and will need caring hands to guide them as they transition into new homes. Our first and primary goal is to provide the best home possible for each dog so they will never have to come into Rescue or live in a Shelter again.

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Coalition to Adopt, Rehome and Match Abandoned Animals

CARMAA — Coalition to Adopt, Rehome and Match Abandoned Animals — a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, works to reduce the number of homeless animals by supporting adoption, spay/neuter programs and hosting events for educating both the shelter community and the public on animal welfare issues. CARMAA’s goal is to serve as an umbrella organization supporting a collective community of compassionate people, advocating every day for homeless animals.

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Care they need. Love they deserve.

The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society (founded in 1874) and the Animal Rescue League (founded in 1909)  merged to form one of the largest animal welfare associations in Pennsylvania in 2017, tasked with providing enhanced services to domestic and wild animals alike. Humane Animal Rescue continues the legacies of the Animal Rescue League & Western Pennsylvania Humane Society, bringing greater efficiency in animal care processes, staff training, and cutting-edge practices to one cohesive organization.

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Biggies Bullies is a foster home based rescue founded in 2011 in Pittsburgh PA.  As a small rescue, our mission is to rescue and re-home Pit Bull type dogs in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. We focus on educating the public on responsible pet ownership, positive force free training, and the importance of spaying and neutering their pets.

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FurKid Rescue seeks to help animals go from life-threatening situations to homes where they will be given the love and care they deserve. Upon rescue, we commit to the full care and training of an animal until we are able to place them in an exceptional home. We hope that through training and responsible ownership we are able to educate people about rescue dogs as a whole. We are passionate about spaying and neutering and promote the procedure at every opportunity, not only as a preventative health measure, but also to eliminate the overpopulation problem.

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Appalacian Trails Rescue

Appalachian Tails is a friends group of the Elizabethton/ Carter County Animal Shelter. We provide assistance with spay /neuter, and home placements!

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Our main mission is to eliminate the pet overpopulation in Perry County through education and spay or neuter of all pets. We are an all volunteer organization operating on donations. 

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