If you’re searching for rescue homes for dogs, we’re here to help. Below we’ve featured 10 top dog rescues in Minnesota.
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Founded in 1976 by Marge Mourning, Paws and Claws Humane Society has been helping pets in the Rochester area since it’s beginning. Now, the organization attempts to help local pets who do not receive the care they deserve.
Paws and Claws Humane Society takes in cats and dogs who are neglected or lost. The group cares for them until they can find an adequate home. All dogs up for adoption can be seen here. Information regarding donations is present here.
Contact Paws and Claws Humane Society here for more information.
Located near Minneapolis, in Golden Valley, Animal Humane Society is a well-known, nonprofit that serves underappreciated animals around the Twin Cities. Through its various locations in the area, the group has provided care to over 22,000 animals.
Animal Humane Society takes in lost pets, helps people find lost pets, cares for neglected pets, and much more. Dogs up for adoption can be seen here, and information on making donations is listed here.
Reach out to Animal Humane Society here for further information.
Founded in 2009, Secondhand Hounds is a nonprofit committed to helping pets around Minnesota. The group acts as a shelter, vet, and overall pet care provider. It welcomes volunteers, donations, and potential foster parents. Since its beginning, the group has helped over 20,000 pets find new homes.
Secondhand Hounds takes in unwanted or lost dogs as well as dogs from kill shelters. The group provides the necessary care until it can find a quality home for each pet. Information on adopting dogs is located here.
Established in 2009, Twin Cities Pet Rescue is a 501 c3 non-profit committed to helping abandoned or neglected animals. Specifically, the group helps animals at risk of euthanasia. To date, the group has rescued over 2,000 animals.
Twin Cities Pet Rescue takes in previously homeless animals, abused, unwanted, or left in impounds. The group cares for the animals until they can be placed in a loving home of well-checked owners. Dogs for adoption can be seen here. Those interested in donating can find information here.
Contact Twin Cities Pet Rescue here with any questions.
Located in Hibbing, Range Regional Animal Rescue is a pet rescue facility that serves regional communities. The organization is a non-profit, no-kill group that has the goal of spreading knowledge and information about pets and pet care.
Range Regional Animal Rescue takes in animals that have not received the proper care they deserved. The organization provides that care until it can find a loving home for each animal it has taken in. The organization strives to prevent neglect, abuse, and overpopulation of animals in regional communities. Animals up for adoption can be seen here. Information regarding dontating to this rescue can be seen here.
Contact Range Regional Animal Rescue here for more information.
Operating in St. Cloud and beyond, Grey Face Rescue is a nonprofit organization that fosters dogs over the age of 7. The organization tries to educate the community to ensure dogs receive the proper care for their whole lives.
Grey Face Rescue takes in senior dogs, provides the necessary care for them, and places them in proper, loving homes. It allows people to foster or adopt dogs. Of course, volunteers are welcome as well. Interested individuals can see dogs for adoption here and information on donating here.
For more information, reach out to Grey Face Rescue here.
Founded in 2009, Wags and Whiskers Animal Rescue is a nonprofit animal rescue organization that relies on volunteers for its operations. The group has no set location. Rather, volunteers around the Twin Cities foster dogs until a vetted, loving home is found.
Wags and Whiskers Animal Rescue takes in unwanted or lost dogs that would otherwise be neglected or put in a kill shelter. The group strives to push education on the community to help care for all pets. Dogs up for adoption can be seen here while donation information can be found here.
Contact Wags and Whiskers Animal Rescue here for more information.
Based in Minneapolis, Pet Haven was founded in 1952 as a foster-based animal rescue group. The organization has been taking in and caring for pets since its founding. The pets it cares for are neutered/spayed and given vaccines before putting up for adoption.
Get in touch with Pet Haven of Minnesota here with any other questions.
Animal Allies Humane Society is a pet rescue group based in Duluth. The organization has been operating for over 70 years after Miriam Carlstedt started looking after kittens left at her home. Slowly, she began to incorporate other animal welfare programs, and in 1968 the organization received the 501 c3 status.
Now, Animal Allies Humane society takes in lost pets and surrendered pets. The group cares for the pets until it can find a good home. Dogs available for adoption are listed here. Alternatively, donations can be made here.
Reach out to Animal Allies Humane Society here with other inquiries.
Based in Shakopee, Warrior Dog Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue organization. Warrior Dog Rescue helps dogs that have been left in shelters, given up by owners, or that were found to be abused. The organization intends to place dogs in the hands of vetted, loving owners.
Warrior Dog Rescue allows individuals to adopt or foster dogs. Furthermore, the organization allows people to sponsor dogs, so they can receive the best care. Dogs up for adoption can be seen here. Those who wish to donate can do so here.
Otherwise, get in touch with Warrior Dog Rescue here with any other questions.
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