Animal Rescue Organizations - It is the mission of All Breed Rescue Network, Inc., to provide a vehicle for the fostering and rehoming of abandoned purebred dogs; to assist in increasing the adoption of local shelter dogs by promoting awareness and working with area shelters; and to educate the community regarding responsible dog ownership including the spay/neuter of companion animals.
Big Dogs Huge Paws Rescue - Big Dogs - Huge Paws Rescue is a 501c3, non-profit organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, rehoming, and rehabilitating unwanted giant breed dogs that have been mistreated, neglected, abused and/or abandoned. We believe giant breeds to be loyal and loving, yet very expensive and sometimes overwhelming due to their massive size and need for constant human attention. - Best Friends is working with you -- and with humane groups all across the country -- to bring about a time when there are No More Homeless Pets. The sanctuary, at the heart of Southern Utah's Golden Circle of national parks, is home, on any given day, to about 1,500 dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, and other animals. Best Friends reaches across the nation, helping humane groups, individual people, and entire communities to set up spay/neuter, shelter, foster, and adoption programs in their own neighborhoods, cities, and states. - Since its inception in 1902, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley has become one of the most recognized nonprofit organizations in the Boulder community and a national leader in animal welfare. Serving our community for 103 years, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley provides quality care for the homeless and stray animals we serve. - [Click on K-9 Companion under Services] The Prison Trained K-9 Companion Program (PTKCP) provides the outside community with pre-trained dogs. Dogs graduating from this program fill many roles: everything from a wonderfully trained basic family pet to nursing home dogs to very sophisticated assistance dogs that perform a variety of tasks for their masters. These dogs are perfect pets for the youngest child to an elderly parent. One of the best and most unique aspects of the program is that it saves dogs, both pure bred and mixed breed, from humane shelters and other animal rescues all over Colorado and surrounding states. We have been inspected by the Colorado State Veterinarian's office and licensed as an animal rescue.
Colorado Greyhound Rescue - CGA is a non-profit organization 501(c)3 devoted to placement and adoption of greyhounds. Foster programs are available. Based in the metropolitan Denver area, Our volunteer base continues to grow, as more and more greyhound enthusiasts become involved.
  Colorado Pit Bull Rescue - Check out Ruby. She is the perfect family companion. She's got a loving, outgoing and good natured personality that makes her the perfect little breed ambassadog. Come visit Ruby and other adoptable pitbulls... - Colorado Horse Rescue (CHR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing shelter, care, rehabilitation and adoption services for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses. CHR provides equine education classes for adults and children. We rely primarily upon donations for our support. Because we believe in the humane treatment as an alternative to slaughter or public auction for abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted horses, Colorado Horse Rescue’s primary purpose is the prevention of equine abuse. - The Doris Day Animal League is a nonprofit, national, citizen's lobbying organization working to improve the humane treatment of animals. We work with the U.S. Congress, government agencies, and state and local officials, to pass laws and enforce existing laws that reduce the suffering of animals anywhere they are mistreated. Numerous states and cities have benefited from our assistance in drafting legislation, organizing support and actual lobbying.
  Dream Catcher Therapy Center
The End of the Trail Mission offers horses a second chance to be cared, nutured, and valued; To provide shelter and humane treatment for horses that have been abused, neglected or unwanted; To educate the community with reference to animal abuse as well as how and where to report such abuses. - The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, founded in 1995, is the nation's single natural habitat refuge developed specifically for endangered African and Asian elephants. It operates on 2,700 acres in Hohenwald, Tennessee - 85 miles southwest of Nashville. The Elephant Sanctuary exists for two reasons: 1. To provide a haven for old, sick or needy elephants in a setting of green pastures, old-growth forests, spring-fed ponds and a heated barn for cold winter nights. 2 To provide education about the crisis facing these social, sensitive, passionately intense, playful, complex, exceedingly intelligent and endangered creatures. - Farm animals are living, feeling animals, not agribusiness “commodities.” Farm Sanctuary is working to change the way society views and treats animals used for food production. With the active support of over 100,000 members, we are: 1.) Operating coast-to-coast shelters and a national rescue and adoption network that is directly saving and providing lifelong care for thousands of rescued farm animals. 2.) Waging groundbreaking campaigns and investigations which have resulted in the nation’s first cruelty convictions of stockyards, factory farms and slaughterhouses. 3.) Passing the first ever laws banning cruel factory farming practices and the abuse of “downed” animals (animals too sick or weak to even stand). 4.) Educating millions of people about farm animal suffering through extensive media projects and national news features, humane education and internships, shelter visitor programs, conferences, and other education and outreach projects.

  - Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and find new homes for abused, neglected, unwanted andslaughter bound horses, ponies, and other equines. - Lifeline Puppy Rescue is a no-kill rescue for young puppies throughout the Rocky Mountain Region, Kansas & New Mexico. Lifeline is not an animal shelter. Over 95% of the puppies that we rescue come from shelters. We are a grass roots rescue that gets out into the rural areas of Colorado to rescue puppies on a weekly basis. We like our mom & pop, friendly, small-town image. People like adopting Lifeline's puppies and giving them a chance at life. When we work together, puppies no longer have to be destroyed. - The Longhopes Donkey Shelter was incorporated January 2000 but began in 1998 when the founder, Kathy Dean, went looking for her own donkeys.  She knew there were unwanted donkeys needing homes but she was unable to find them,  because unwanted donkeys are routinely sold for slaughter at local sale barns.  Wanting to offer an alternative, Kathy learned that rescuing donkeys was impossible without a facility where the donkeys could be rehabiltated and trained until  a new owner was found. - Longmont Humane Society is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of animals. We provide temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year: dogs, cats, small mammals, and birds who are lost, abandoned, or surrendered. Loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous health care and daily exercise are standard parts of the high-quality care provided to each animal.
National Mill Dog Rescue Network, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, exists for two sole purposes, to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home retired mill dogs and to educate the general public about the realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. - Petfinder is an on-line, searchable database of animals that need homes. It is also a directory of over 9,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the USA, Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available pet database. Our mission: to use Internet technology and the resources it can generate to 1) increase public awareness of the availability of high-quality adoptable pets and to 2) increase the overall effectiveness of pet adoption programs across North America to the extent that the euthanasia of adoptable pets is eliminated. - PETS 911 believes that if you consolidate all the adoption, fostering, lost and found, volunteer, shelter/clinic, and health and training information out there and give the public a single and easy place to find this information, education will substantially increase and euthanasia will decrease. That is our mission. PETS 911 consists of not only a Web site, but also a toll-free phone hotline (1-888-PETS-911) that allows everyone to access the important, life-saving information we provide. This is why we consider ourselves a true public service. And, at the same time, we are not competing with our shelter and rescue partners for donation dollars. We thank our partners for making PETS 911 possible.  
  Prairie Dog Coalition-The Mission of the Prairie Dog Coalition:
For the benefit of treasured wildlife, the Prairie Dog Coalition is dedicated to the protection of imperiled prairie dogs and restoration of their ecosystems. To accomplish this mission, we provide information and advocacy training, facilitate communication and planning, and promote conservations projects.
 - Rocky Mountain Animal Defense (RMAD) works to help eliminate the human-imposed suffering of animals in the Rocky Mountain region. RMAD furthers its objective through public education investigation and research, the legislative process, direct action, and appeals to reason and compassion. - is a non-profit pet adoption charity that helps shelters, humane societies, SPCA's, and pet rescue groups advertise their homeless pets to adopters for free. We're all about getting homeless pets into homes. We use the power of TV, the Internet and a toll-free phone number to connect adopters with shelter pets and help pets go from alone to adopted. We're working to help the good people at shelters and rescue groups find homes for their pets.
  Ugly - Ugly Dawgs co-founder Lisa Kavanaugh began rescuing big dogs more than ten years ago. She's providing shelter to some 60 dogs on the 35-acre Blue Lion Animal Rescue ranch in Yoder, 30 miles east of Colorado Springs.

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