In this article, we’ve featured 10 of the best dog rescues in Utah. Read to learn about them.
1. Hearts 4 Paws
Operating out of West Valley City, Hearts 4 Paws is a volunteer-run animal rescue. All animals that come to them receive vaccinations, spays or neuters, and any additional medical help they may require before finding their perfect forever homes.
If you’re looking to adopt from this rescue, read up on their adoption process and take a peek at their available dogs. If you’d like to help you, consider becoming a foster for a dog in need, or volunteering your time to help things run smoothly.
For more information, give Hearts 4 Paws a call today!
2. Nuzzles & Co.
Nuzzles & Co., based out of Summit County, Utah, was first founded in 1990. Since then, they have worked hard to rescue and rehome more than 20,000 animals. Nuzzles & Co. is a no-kill operation, and does what they can to fix behavioral problems before rehoming dogs.
If you’re looking to add a new furry friend to your home, check out their dogs currently up for adoption. If you can’t commit long term but still want to help, apply to become a foster for a dog, or donate to Nuzzles & Co.
Ready to get in touch? Visit Nuzzles & Co.’s contact page and give them a shout.
3. Second Chance for Homeless Pets
This animal rescue operating out of Salt Lake City was first founded in 2000, when founder Rhonda rescued a deaf boxer from a shelter where he was meant to be euthanized. Since then, the volunteers at this rescue had worked hard to rescue and rehome the more than 6,000 animals that have come into their care.
Thinking of adopting a dog? Check out the dogs currently up for adoption at Second Chance for Homeless Pets. If you’d like to help out, consider becoming part of their network of foster homes.
To get in touch, call the number on their homepage.
4. A New Beginning Animal Rescue
Not only does A New Beginning Animal Rescue, located in Layton, Utah, work to rescue unwanted or homeless animals, they also provide education to the public about animal welfare.
Have you been wanting to bring a dog into your home? Take a look at the dogs they currently have up for adoption. If you’d like to help a dog in need while they wait for their perfect forever home, then apply to become a foster.
Get in touch with A New Beginning Animal Rescue to learn more!
5. Fullmer Menagerie Animal Rescue
If you’re in the Salina, Utah area looking for an animal rescue, be sure to check out Fullmer Menagerie Animal Rescue.
If you’ve been wanting to welcome a dog into your home and your heart, Fullmer Menagerie Animal Rescue has plenty available for adoption. If you can’t commit to a dog long term but still want to help, why not apply to become a foster? As this is a volunteer-run rescue operation, they’re always looking for new volunteers to join their team too.
Visit Fuller Menagerie Animal Rescue’s contact page to get in touch with them today.
6. Second Chance Chi
If you have a soft spot in your heart for Chihuahuas, Second Chance Chi in Salt Lake City, Utah, might be the right rescue for you. They work hard to make sure that every dog that comes to them gets the right medical care before going to their forever home.
To adopt from Second Chance Chi, read up on their adoption information and take a look at their dogs that are currently up for adoption. If you’d like to start fostering, learn more about the process and submit an application.
To learn more, visit their contact page and get in touch!
7. Paws for Life
This non-profit animal rescue in Heber City, Utah rescues 1500 pets from shelters every year to ensure that they get a second chance to find the loving homes they deserve. Not only that, they also work to provide education to the community, as well as veterinary care to the animals that come to them.
Thinking of adopting a dog? Look at all the dogs they have currently available for adoption. If you’d rather foster, you can apply to do that too. They’re also always looking for volunteers to join their team.
Get in touch with Paws for Life today.
8. RSQ Dogs+
Located in St. George, Utah, RSQ Dogs+ is a non-profit animal rescue that strives to take in all homeless, abandoned, and abused animals and find them the loving homes they deserve.
Have you been looking to adopt a dog? RSQ Dogs+ is the perfect rescue to adopt from. Take a look at the animals they currently have available, and read up on the adoption process. As a non-profit, RSQ Dogs+ has plenty of ways you can help, either by becoming a foster, a volunteer, or by donating.
Give RSQ Dogs+ a call to get in touch and learn more!
9. Cedar Animal Rescue
Based out of Cedar City, Utah, Cedar Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization committed to taking in dogs and barnyard animals who are unwanted or in situations of neglect and abuse. They work with local animal shelters and law enforcement to make sure these animals get a second chance at finding the perfect home.
If you’re looking to add a dog to your family, take a look at Cedar Animal Rescue’s photos on Facebook to see the dogs they currently have available.
To get in touch, check out their contact information on Facebook, or shoot them a Facebook message!
10. Underdog Animal Rescue and Rehab
This animal rescue located in Moab, Utah, doesn’t just bring dogs in. They also work hard to rehabilitate dogs with behavioral issues to make sure that they are able to find their forever homes.
Have you been thinking about bringing a new dog into your home? Take a look at the dogs currently available through Underdog Animal Rescue and Rehab. If you’d like to help a dog in need while they wait for their forever home, apply to become a foster.
Call the number on Underdog Animal Rescue and Rehab’s homepage to get in touch and learn more today!
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.