If you’re looking for a selection of the best dog rescues in Arizona, below we’ve featured 10 and have summarized their activities.
1. Home Fur Good
Based in Phoenix, Home Fur Good is a nonprofit that is attempting to make Maricopa County a no-kill county. The group was founded in 2009 and has since promoted animal health procedures, education, and more.
Home Fur Good takes in neglected animals and provides the proper care until a new home is found. In 2019, the group took in 694 animals and sent out 679 via adoptions. If you’re interested in helping the group operate, you can find information on how to make a donation here. If you’d like to adopt, the available dogs can be seen here.
2. Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
In 2008, Lost Our Home Pet Rescue was founded in Tempe as a no-kill animal shelter. Ever since the group has provided support to animals who need care and families who can no longer care for their pets.
Lost Our Home Pet Rescue operates as more than just an animal shelter as it helps both families and pets who need a helping hand. If you’d like to pitch in, you can find on how to make a donation here. If you’re considering adopting a dog, you can find information here.
Reach out to Lost Our Home Pet Rescue here.
3. Coconino Humane Association
Based in Flagstaff, Coconino Humane Association has been operating in northern Arizona since 1955. The organization was initially a contacted animal shelter, but, now, it operates as a no-kill humane society. The group can keep roughly 2,500 animals at a time.
Coconino Humane Association is dedicated to helping neglected and stray dogs around the area. The group operates solely on donations and grants. If you’d like to donate, you can find further information here. If you’re interested in adopting a dog, further information can be found here.
Get in touch with Coconino Humane Association here with other questions.
4. Yavapai Humane Society
Yavapai Humane Society is an animal rescue organization based in Prescott. The group has committed itself to promote animal rights and care for animals. It offers a temporary home with plenty of love until a permanent home can be found.
Yavapai Humane Society neuters/spays, provides vaccines, helps with lost dogs, and much more. If you’d like to help by donating, you can find information here. If you’d like to adopt a dog, you can see those available here.
Otherwise, reach out to the Yavapai Human Society here.
5. Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Located in Prescott Valley, Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is an animal haven. The group has saved all kinds of animals from dogs to horses. It takes care of animals that could no longer be taken care of by previous owners or animals that were neglected or abused.
Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is committed to providing a life of love and happiness to all the animals they can. They will take care of the animals until they can find a proper owner. If you want to help out, you can find information on donating here, or information about dogs up for adoption here.
Contact Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue and Sanctuary here.
6. Friends for Life Animal Rescue
Founded in 1993, Friends for Life Animal Rescue began in its work in Tempe, but shortly, it moved to Gilbert, where it still resides today. Now, Friends for Life Animal Rescue helps stray animals around the community by giving care to them and, ultimately, finding them new homes.
Friends for Life Animal Rescue is committed to helping the stray animals of Gilbert find loving and caring homes. It does so through exceptional volunteers and donations from the community. If you’d like to help, you can make a donation here. If you’re interested in adopting a dog, you can find more information here.
Contact Friends for Life Animal Rescue here with any other questions.
7. Pima Animal Care Center
Pima County Health Department founded the Pima Animal Care Center division to provide aid to all the neglected and homeless animals in the county. The group promotes education, supports low-cost neutering/spaying, vaccinations, and more.
Pima Animal Care Center acts as an animal shelter to any animal that needs it until it can find a new home. If you’d like to donate to help the organization, you can do so here. If you’d like to adopt a dog, start here to find information and dogs available.
You can get in touch with Pima Animal Care Center here.
8. Hope Animal Shelter
Hope Animal Shelter has been operating in Marana as a no-kill shelter since 2006. The organization strives to provide the necessary care for all neglected cats and dogs in the area until a permanent home can be found. The group provides a cage-free facility for all animals that need help.
Hope Animal Shelter has committed themselves to provide animals with hope as they await being adopted by a loving owner. The nonprofit group heavily relies on donations. If you’re interested in helping,you can make a donation here. If you’re considering adopting a dog, see the available animals here.
Reach out to Hope Animal Shelter here with any other questions.
9. Arizona Small Dog Rescue
Based in Phoenix, Arizona Small Dog Rescue is committed to saving the lives of dogs in the area. The nonprofit group rescues most of its dogs from kill shelters in the valley. It provides all the necessary care like vaccines and spay/neuter procedures.
Arizona Small Dog Rescue cares for dogs until they can find a new home for life. If you’d like to help, you can find information about donations listed here. If you want to adopt a dog, those available are listed here.
Contact Arizona Small Dog Rescue here with any other questions.
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