If a search for the best dog rescues in Alberta has brought you to this page, you’ve come to the right place! Continue reading to learn about 10 dog rescues in the province.
Operating throughout Alberta, Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue was founded by animal behavioralist Rory O’Neil. This rescue was established on the understanding that rehabilitation is possible, and all the animals who are welcomed by RMAR deserve a chance to find a home.
Have you been thinking about becoming a foster home for an animal in need? Consider fostering through Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue. If your home isn’t right for fostering but you still want to help, then become a volunteer!
To adopt a dog, take a look at their available animals and see which one might be right for you.
Want to get in touch? Visit RMAR’s contact page.
This animal rescue works hard not only to rescue dogs and cats in Canada, but also to rescue animals in other parts of the world. This team of volunteers works to ensure all their animals find the perfect home.
Get in touch with Calgary Animal Rescue Society today!
With locations in both Victoria, BC, and Calgary, Alberta, Rosier Days Dog Rescue strives to help homeless and unwanted dogs find their forever homes.
As a non-profit, Rosier Days Dog Rescue relies on both donations to keep running. If you’d like to help them out by fostering, check out their foster information and fill out their online form to apply.
Give Rosier Days Dog Rescue a shout by sending an email to the address on their homepage!
4. ROAR Society
Located in Rocky Mountain House, ROAR Society is a non-profit dedicated to rescuing animals, as well as providing animal control services to the Village of Caroline.
If you have a passion for helping animals, there are plenty of ways you can help through ROAR Society. Whether it’s by donating, fostering, or working as a volunteer, you’ll know you’re making a difference in an animal’s life.
If you’d like to adopt, take look at their available animals.
Want to learn more? Visit their contact page and get in touch.
Based out on Edmonton, Infinite Woofs Animal Rescue Society focuses on removing animals from neglectful or abuse situations, and working to rehabilitate them so they can have the second chance they deserve.
Infinite Woofs in run by volunteers. If you’d like to become one of these important team members, consider applying to volunteer at Infinite Woofs. They are also always looking for fosters, which is a wonderful way to help an animal in need.
To adopt, check out all the dogs available for adoption now.
Visit Infinite Woofs’ contact page to get in touch.
This animal rescue is based in the High River community, and strives to rescue animals from unsafe situations in order to find them their perfect homes. They also provide educational services, in order to promote responsible and loving animal ownership.
Want to help out at Heaven Can Wait? There are lots of ways you can do that, including monetary and item donations, fostering, and volunteering.
Give Heaven Can Wait a call today!
Operating out of Calgary, Alberta, Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation is a volunteer-run non-profit committed to saving dogs in unsafe situations. They rescue animals in Canada, as well as the US, Thailand, and Mexico.
If you’d like to welcome a dog into your home but can’t commit long-term, then fostering through Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation might be a good alternative. Volunteering is also an awesome way to help this rescue!
Get in touch with Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation now!
This is a foster-based, non-profit rescue based in Ponoka, Alberta. They focus on taking in dogs and puppies from owners who can no longer keep their animals.
Want to help out Walkin’ ‘n’ Waggin’ Surrender Shelter? As a foster-based rescue, they are looking for potential foster homes. Consider becoming one of those foster homes for a dog or puppy in need!
If you’d like to adopt from this rescue, then take a look at their adoptable dogs.
To get in touch, call the number on their homepage.
Although this rescue was only founded in 2018, they have already made a huge impact on their community. Based in Alix, Alberta, this rescue and shelter has already saved and rehomed thousands of dogs, and are committed to rehabilitating and rehoming every dog that comes to them.
If you’ve been looking to get some volunteer hours, consider helping out at Saving Grace Animal Society. They’re always looking for new volunteers!
Looking to adopt? Read up on their adoption information and prepare to welcome a new dog into your home.
Get in touch with Saving Grace Animal Society to learn more.
Based out of Calgary, Alberta, Tails of the Misunderstood is a rescue committed to helping dogs who have been surrendered, are homeless, or are in abusive situations.
Tails of the Misunderstood relies on a network of fosters in order to help their dogs. If you’d like to become a foster, read up on their fostering information and submit an application. If your home isn’t right for fostering, then working for Tail of the Misunderstood as a volunteer is another way you can help.
Visit Tails of the Misunderstood’s contact page to get in touch and learn more.
Evelyn is a writer and dog lover living with her roommate and their foster dog Bacon. In her spare time you can find her curled up with a book, out for a jog, or listening to true crime podcasts.