Together with their humans, and an award winning coffee roaster near Seattle, Landshark and Bubba are providing premium quality specialty coffee, and giving 30% to animal shelters and rescues across The United States. As information is gathered, we will be listing the rescue organizations we work with and support. Rescues are listed alphabetically. More organizations will be added soon!
100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades, Florida Rescue was created as a community effort to END the neglect and abuse of our precious animal companions, man’s best friend.
This project is funded solely by your support, without you and others like you we could not save these precious lives!
By raising awareness to this problem, then remedying it, we believe eventually people will think twice before dumping their family pets like yesterday’s trash.
Together we can bring change for the future of our animals that have no voice and no house of protection.
This is only the beginning. Won’t you join us?”
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, located in Asheville, North Carolina, was founded in 2007 to provide resources and life-saving programs to build a No-Kill community.
As a grassroots organization, Brother Wolf believes strongly in community engagement and making it easy to adopt, volunteer and become involved in its No-Kill mission. BWAR’s No-Kill Community Development Initiative is currently working with five chapters toimplement life-saving programs and build their own No-Kill communities.
Celebrating 10 years, Brother Wolf will break ground in 2017 at its sanctuary location 25 minutes from Asheville. The sanctuary will be a place for people and animals to heal, as well asfocus on working towards the vision of uncompromised compassion for all animals.
Carolina Boxer Rescue's mission is to balance the health, safety, and welfare needs of Boxers in the Carolinas (and parts of Virginia) by providing a loving and safe environment for stray, abused, impounded and owner surrendered dogs by placing them in foster homes and ultimately - forever homes.
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The Detroit Pit Crew (DPC) Dog Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue destitute dogs in Detroit, Michigan. They are a crew of street volunteers that work together to get as many stray, injured, pregnant and destitute dogs off the streets as possible.
The first stop for any dog they pick up is at the veterinarian’s office. They make sure that every dog they rescue has all the basic vaccinations, a heartworm test and a basic temperament test prior to transfer. After they are vetted, they are placed in either a temporary foster home, or in one of the excellent shelters and rescues that they are partnered with. W
They either spay and neuter the dogs prior to transfer, or in some cases make sure that the receiving shelter or rescue will arrange for the spay or neuter after the dog has been transferred. Their rescue team spends most days out in the streets of Detroit, trapping strays and rescuing dogs out of desperate situations. They also bring to safety dogs that have been used for dog fighting or as bait dogs in dog fighting rings.
It’s The Pits is a 501c3 canine rescue that coordinates the fostering and adoption of dogs that haven’t yet found their permanent home. They specialize in American Staffordshire Terriers (“Am Staffs”), Staffordshire Bull Terriers ("Staffy's"), and American Pit Bull Terriers, but will do their best to help all breeds, often by referral to other local rescues that specialize in that type of dog.
They are located in San Diego County, as are all of their foster homes. They work alongside their fosters to give the dogs a temporary and loving home before they are placed into permanent homes. They rescue dogs from various shelters, evaluate them, ensure they are healthy, and then match them with the appropriate family. They take pride in matching the best dog for the individual family that contacts them. They do this by matching the activity level of the dog to the family's needs, as well as making sure that the other pets in the home work well with the new addition to the pack. All of this is important in finding the forever home for their rescued pets.
Jimmy's Angels Rescue is a Foster based Registered 501c3 non-profit Organization in Spring Hill, Florida. They pride themselves on helping the communities animals in time of need a variety of ways, including but not limited to financially assisting with vetting emergencies and assisting the homeless communities with vetting and feeding their animals. They take in homeless and abandoned animals vet and care for until loving homes can be found.
Limbo Chihuahuas - Chihuahua Rescue is a network of foster homes. They do not have a shelter. All animals are fostered in private homes where they receive love, socialization, and training. This enables them to understand their behaviors more clearly and help match them with the appropriate family, so the adoption will be a forever, happy and successful placement.
They focus on educating their adopters and the community about spaying and neutering of animals, and why it is so critical for the healthy life of animals, as well as to help reduce the number of animals that are euthanized daily.
They specialize in Chihuahuas and Chihuahua Mixes. Educating the general public on the medical and behavioral traits of these dogs as well as myths relative to size, origin, and types is essential to their mission.
Out of the Pits is a not for profit organization that was founded in 1994. They seek to educate the public about the true nature of the American Pit Bull Terrier and to make them aware that they used to be one of America’s favorite breed of dogs. Their efforts are aimed at restoring the breed to its former position of esteem in the hearts and minds of people everywhere.
Their main focus is education. They visit dozens of schools with their certified therapy Pit Bulls to teach humane education throughout the New York Capital District, as well as nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut. They are also a rescue organization. Since their inception, they have successfully rehomed over 3,000 dogs, and helped many more stay in their homes.
Pawlicious Poochie Pet Rescue is a 501c3 Non-Profit in St.Petersburg, Florida that caters to small senior, critically ill, handicap and hospice dogs saved from kill shelters all over Florida. PPPR was founded and is run by one woman show, Jaime McKnight. Jaime is a full time real estate agent with Compass Real Estate, full time pet sitter and works part time at Partridge Animal Hospital all while caring for the lives saved at Pawlicious.
Pawlicious Poochie Pet Rescue is like no other rescue giving these once neglected, abused and abandoned old souls a second chance at life, love and furever. Over 100 plus lives saved yearly. No fosters, no grant funds, no corporate sponsors. PPPR is one small but mighty grass roots animal rescue that saves the ones other won't!
PPPR has received countless awards and accolades. Follow the PPPR rescue magic on Facebook!
Pretty Good Cat is a California volunteer-based rescue.
The mission of Pretty Good Cat is to create safe, loving homes for vulnerable cats and kittens, just like the one you provide for your pets.
To achieve this mission, Pretty Good Cat provides shelter, food, medical treatment and adoptive services for all cats and critters who enter into the rescue.
Pug Rescue of North Carolina (PRONC) was founded on May 11, 2000 as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. Since then, they have had hundreds of pugs come through and have seen many changes. They have been blessed with so many foster homes, volunteers, sponsors and adoptive families who have each done their part to make saving these wonderful pugs possible. The need seems to become greater every year with the increased popularity of the breed and so many people suffering disruptions in their lives which make giving up their beloved companions a necessity. Of course, there are the large and small breeding facilities that have been closed down, leaving their breeding stock in need of rehabilitation and placement.
With the increased demand and loss of some organizations that became overwhelmed with the ever-increasing need, Pug Rescue of North Carolina has expanded their mission to include surrounding states and have been called upon to help in large-scale kennel closures from even farther away. Thanks to their supporters and the commitment of their founder and her volunteers, they have been able to offer PRONC's services to fill some of the gaps in the availability of Pug Rescue.
Ruff Beginnings, Inc. is a 501c3 all breed dog rescue committed to helping the growing number of unwanted dogs in Pinellas and surrounding Counties of Florida.
Ruff Beginnings takes in dogs who are at risk of euthanasia whether it be from the local shelters, or owner surrenders. They provide shelter, care, rehabilitation, and unconditional love to these sweet souls who have been left abandoned. It is their goal to adopt them to loving, fur-ever homes where they will never want for love again. They give these dogs hope for a brighter tomorrow and a better forever.
Pound Animals Worth Saving is a 501c3 non-profit charitable corporation, dedicated to saving the lives of as many dogs and cats as possible from the county pounds, abusive environments, and owner surrenders.
Most of the P.A.W.S. team are, or were, Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (pound) volunteers and have formed this rescue group as a result of their combined expertise. While volunteering at the pound, they witnessed first-hand how critical it is to find these animals secure, loving and lifelong homes.
P.A.W.S. has just opened a stand-alone shelter for their rescues, which will allow them to save many more animals.
The Saint Frances Animal Center was created in 1983 by a small group of community members concerned about the plight of the area’s soaring population of homeless dogs and cats. Then known as the Georgetown County Humane Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the group pushed for – and won – significant improvements in humane care for animals and made great strides in ensuring better efforts were made to find responsible adoptive homes. A long-time loyal supporter from Pawleys Island set up a charitable trust for the society in accordance with her deceased husband’s wishes. She also donated some personal money to help the shelter get back on its feet. Her only request was for her identity to be kept confidential and the money to be put to good use.
Staff, volunteers and supporters alike were ecstatic. The funds were used to purchase desperately needed equipment and hire more staff to provide proper care for the animals. Cooperative relationships with local animal control and city and county officials also were established, allowing a unified approach to caring for homeless pets and great camaraderie. Adopt-A-Pet days and flea markets were held, increasing publicity by leaps and bounds.
Wild Hearts Rescue Ranch is a place of love and healing for criminally abused, neglected, abandoned and exploited animals, and a safe haven for human survivors of trauma as well. We are grateful for the support of donors like you who allow us to continue our mission of healing for at risk lives, animal and human alike. Thank you from the Bottom of our Wild Hearts!