Resources and more…
Animal Suspension Technology Pet Support Suits: Helping Humans Help Their Pets. The AST Pet Support Suit is a support harness for injured, weak or disabled dogs. This durable, easy-to-use harness is designed to provide complete support and control for dogs that need help walking. Visit us at www.petsupportsuit.com
RESCUES – find your next “best friend”
or support a worthy cause . . . .
ECHO Rescue, East Coast Herding-Dog Organization Rescue, Inc.
ECHO is a Not for Profit (501(c)(3)) group dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of herding breed dogs on the East Coast. https://www.echorescue.com
ACT– Animals Can’t Talk – www.animalscanttalk.org. Adopting out rescued kittens and adult cats to good homes. All are vetted and tested. Won’t you join us in adopting a loving companion? We’re a 501c3 rescue in the Stroudsburg Pet Smart, Stroudsburg, PA. Come check us out!
Sweet Border Collie Rescue - www.glenhighlandfarm.com -Glen Highland is a 501c3, non-profit corporation, established in January 2001 by Lillie Goodrich and John Andersen. Glen Highland operates a Sanctuary and Adoption program for Border Collies age 10 and up. All dogs are evaluated, treated medically and adopted into new lives, or become residents in the Sanctuary, along with some younger ‘special needs’ Border Collies. Lillie is also an Animal Communicator.
You might want to check out the SBCR Wish List.
ARPH, Inc. is Aussie Rescue & Placement Helpline, Inc. – The official rescue organization of the Australian Shepherd Club of America (ASCA). Thinking of adopting an Aussie? Find out if this breed is for you. Check out Aussies needing forever homes. Or if you can’t have one – sponsor an Aussie. We’re a 501c3 rescue. Your help is greatly needed and appreciated. www.aussierescue.org/
The Beagle Rescue Foundation of America (BRFOA) – is a non-profit organization that was established to help various Beagle rescue groups with some of their expenses. The BRFOA was chartered as a non-profit (501c3) organization in 1997. We have assisted, financially, in the rescue of more than 1,921 Beagles with over $109,356.00 to date. This was money sorely needed by the various Beagle rescue organizations to help pay for spaying, neutering, and other attendant costs of rescue.
The American Maltese Association Rescue – an all volunteer, 501c3 non-profit organization. Rescue volunteers that support our breed consist of both members and non-members who share a love for Maltese and a commitment to ensure unwanted, homeless Maltese find warm, loving forever homes. AMAR doesn’t use a sanctuary. There is no shortage of Maltese needing help, and there is no shortage of homes to adopt them. The missing parts of the equation are the foster homes and donations. Can you help us? Become a foster home and save their lives. If you can’t foster, please make a donation to save their lives. www.americanmalteserescue.org
Road Trip Rescues is a small, home-based, not-for-profit rescue. Our main goal is to bring together sweet, forgotten adoptable dogs with kind humans who are willing to provide our rescuees with forever homes. We work to accomplish this by saving dogs from euthanasia at nearby kill shelters. We first make sure all of our rescues are vetted and healthy, and then work on socializing these babies who may have been very traumatized by their time at the shelter. Our rescuees are loved as our own while they are with us and live with us as family. We are not breed specific, nor do we care about size, age or disabilities. We love them all and work hard to make up for those who may have wronged them. We evaluate their needs, temperment and quirks, and use this knowledge to help find the perfect match. Our goal is for your home to be the last home for these furkids, a place for them to live out their lives with love and kindness, which they will return to you every day. Have a question or want to know know more? Please click here.
Petfinder.com – A national website listing thousands of adoptable pets from over 12,000 adoption/rescue groups. (This is how we found our wonderful Brodie.) Looking for a purebred? You will find many on Petfinder.com. Give it a glance. If you don’t find what you are looking for right away, try again later. Unfortunately, healthy adoptable purebred dogs are abandoned & turned into shelters and rescue daily. But don’t leave out the mixes. They are often the best of friends.