Animal Welfare

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Philly Rescue Angels

Philly Rescue Angels Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the state of Pennsylvania. Our Mission is to save the lives of dogs and cats that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected. Our organization allows us to rescue, evaluate, and rehabilitate animals, and place them into forever homes through our program. Our rescue and behavioral training programs maintain relationships with adopters to ensure successful placements that last a lifetime.

PRAI is 100% donor funded. We receive no funding from federal, state, or county governments. As a result, we rely on the generous donations from our supporters and the adoption fees for each dog in order to save the dogs and cats in need that join our rescue organization.

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Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc

Sandi Paws Rescue was started in loving memory of my service dog, Sandi.

Sandi knew that when I put her service jacket on she had a job to do. She gave 110% everyday of her life, to everyone she met. To see the joy she gave to people was amazing. Sandi was 16 years young when I had to tell her goodbye.

I knew I couldn’t replace the dog I lost when I went looking to fill the really big hole in my heart that was left by her. Sandi gave every bit of herself every day to all kinds of people, and now it was my turn to give. To give back 110% everyday to the dogs out there that have never had a loving family or all the dogs in shelters or wandering the street that go to bed hungry and scared every night.

So, in memory of my beloved Sandi, I promise to give 110% back everyday to this rescue and place dogs in a loving and safe home as they all so deserve.

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Humane Society of Tipton County

The Humane Society of Tipton County is a no-kill shelter that helps rescue unwanted pets in our community. We are the first and only organization of our kind in the area, known for successfully finding homes for those we rescue.

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National Mill Dog Rescue

To rescue, rehabilitate and rehome discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry.

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Oregon Dog Rescue

While at Oregon Dog Rescue, the pups spend their days in playrooms, where they can socialize with each other and interact with Staff and Volunteers. The dogs are spayed or neutered as soon as they arrive, brought up-to-date on their vaccinations, microchipped as well as de-wormed and flea treated. Staff members evaluate our residents to see what type of family would be best for each one. We are devoted to placing our dogs with the best matches for them and assuring the long-term success of each adoption. Our staff is available for follow-up care and for the lifetime of the pet.

Since our first adoption, we have helped over 12,700 pups find their forever homes.

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Humane Society of the Ochocos

Founded in 1995 as the inspiration and vision of former Prineville residents Gladys Logsdon and Donna Whitcomb. The Humane Society of the Ochocos has come a long way since then and and we have many of you to thank for that! The current shelter was constructed in 1996 as a temporary facility when the local population was just 17,000…it is now over 25,000 which represents a 47% increase! The needs of the County have outgrown the current shelter’s capacity.

In 2006, HSO paved the way and became the first animal shelter in Central Oregon to adopt the no kill philosophy.

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PawsCo is dedicated to reducing pet homelessness by keeping animals in their homes through partnering with the Food Bank of the Rockies for a year round Pet Food Drive, and serving as a partner to shelters and rescues to foster the most in-need animals – those animals not thriving in a shelter setting.

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Soul Friends

Established since 2003, Soul Friends has provided therapeutic visits to over 5,500 children across the state of Connecticut. Soul Friends has established collaborative relationships with over 25 community agencies statewide, as well as being credentialed by the Department of Children and Families to serve children in need. Kate Nicoll, the founder, has presented at national and international conferences on our work and mission. We believe our mission of hope will comfort children in need

Soul Friends’ staff partner with our working therapy animals to help children reach goals, to change behavior and experience hope. We believe in the stories of hope in healing of the human-animal bond – and we are committed to demonstrate continually our effectiveness through research efforts.

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