Do you need a selection of the best dog rescues in Nevada? Continue reading to learn about 10 in the state!
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Kathy Benson founded The Samadhi Legacy Foundation in Las Vegas after having noticed the number of abused Pit Bulls that would be euthanized without help. Thus, the group was founded to save those lives. To date, the group has rescued over 150 dogs from kill shelters.
The Samadhi Legacy Foundation is dedicated to helping dogs who would otherwise spend the last years of their lives in a kill shelter. If you’re interested in helping, you can donate here. If you’d like to adopt a dog, you can find those available here.
Contact The Samadhi Legacy Foundation here.
Located in Incline Village, the Pet Network Humane Society was founded as a nonprofit organization in 2000. Since its start, the group has been rescuing animals that would otherwise be euthanized. From there the group cares for the animals and adopts them out to quality homes.
The Pet Network Humane Society has based its work on creating a society where animals are respected and treated as valuable community members. If you’re interested in helping, you can donate here. If you’re thinking about adopting a dog, you can find the available dogs here.
Contact the Pet Network Humane Society here.
With a location in Carson City, the Nevada Humane Society is a nonprofit that operates as a no-kill shelter and rescue service. The group was founded originally to help stray animals, but since it has expanded. The group now rescues animals, promotes animal welfare, and adopts out animals.
The Nevada Humane Society provides various other services and programs to improve the lives of animals all over the state. If you’d like to contribute, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adoption, you can find the available dogs here.
Get in touch with the Nevada Humane Society here.
Located in Las Vegas, Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue is a group that rescues primarily senior dogs and dogs that need extra care. The group relies on fosters who can provide the necessary care and attention until a permanent home can be found for them.
Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue will accept and seek out all dogs that look as if they had no other hope for life. If you want to help the group continue its mission, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adoption, you can find the available dogs here.
Reach out to Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue here with any other questions.
Founded in Fallon in 2986, the Churchill Animal Protection Society operates as a nonprofit animal shelter. The group has the mission of rescuing as many animals as possible in the area. Once rescued, the group provides vaccinations, spay/neuter surgeries, and more.
The Churchill Animal Protection Society rescues dogs, provides low-cost medical services, and finds permanent loving homes for all those rescued. If you’d like to contribute, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adopting a dog, you can find those available here.
Reach out to the Churchill Animal Protection Society here.
Located in Pahrump, Never Forgotten Animal Society is a small nonprofit that is composed of animal care enthusiasts and specialists. The group rescues animals in need of help, that have been in kill shelters or left abandoned.
Never Forgotten Animal Society provides the necessary medical care and attention like spay/neuter surgeries and more before adopting out any rescued animal. If you’d like to help the group, you can donate here. If you’re considering adopting, you can find the available dogs here.
Get in touch with Never Forgotten Animal Society here.
Based in Las Vegas, Animal Help Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to saving the lives of animals who need extra help. The group saves animals that have a medical condition/disability or that need extra behavioral training.
Animal Help Alliance has found a subset of animals that needs help, and the group has dedicated it’s rescue services to that group. Otherwise, the group believes those animals would be at greater risk for euthanasia. To help the cause, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adoption, you can find those available here.
Get in touch with Animal Help Alliance here with any other questions.
8. Pits to Pets
Founded in Las Vegas, Pits to Pets is a nonprofit that focuses its work on rescuing dogs that would otherwise be euthanized. The group was established to help pit bulls, but it will rescue and care for any dog that needs it.
Pits to Pets is dedicated to saving the lives of as many dogs as possible that are housed in kill shelters. If you’d like to help the rescue services, you can donate here. If you’d like to adopt a rescue dog, you can find those available here.
Contact Pits to Pets here with any other questions.
Based in New Washoe City, the Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 nonprofit committed to animal welfare. The group operates by rescuing animals who need help, providing rehabilitation services, spreading education, and adopting out the rescued and rehabilitated animals.
The Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary is a unique rescue service that tries to fix the problem of neglected dogs through education and rehabilitation. If you’d like to contribute to the cause, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adopting, you can see the dogs available here.
Contact the Canine Rehabilitation Center and Sanctuary here.
Founded in 2014, by the Stevens family, Hearts Alive Village is a nonprofit that rescues dogs and cats in the Las Vegas area. The group started by rescuing 2 dogs, but since, it has rescued thousands. The group also provides low-cost veterinary care.
Hearts Alive Village has expanded its mission beyond just rescuing and adopting, it now provides a pet food bank, village fund, foster care, and rehoming services. To help the group’s mission, you can donate here. If you’re interested in adopting a rescue dog, you can see those available here.
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