Hey people Dogs like playing with frisbee tooThis article includes the history/rising population of the frisbee, dog affiliated frisbee competitions/clubs, frisbee training with your dog, and pleasant stories related to the topic.
Draw the DogThis site takes cute and funny photos people send in and makes them into self drawing sketches.
My Apartment Map is a housing search web site. We have pet friendly listings all over USA.
Rainbows Bridge Visitors to this site can register their departed pet and a donation will be made to Animal Aid Society on their behalf. Please visit our residency page, Animal Aid Society, while you are there.
Tidewater K9 AcademyTraining and Boarding. Lists links to local shelters and rescues in the Tidewater, Virginia area.
Dog Health InformationExtensive library of dog health information.
King William Veterinary Clinic & Pound, King William, VA.Puppies, dogs, cats and kittens for adoption. Telephone: (804)769-3200
RV Rentals - For the perfect pet friendly vacation.
uShip Pet TransportShip your Pet nationwide safely and securely with uShip and save up to 80%!
Colonial Terrier ClubThe Colonial Terrier Club is an all terrier breed club serving the Greater Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
Greyhound Pets of AmericaRichmond VA.
Greyhound Pets of America Richmond VA is a volunteer orginaziation that places retired racing Greyhounds in loving adoptive homes in Richmond and central Virginia.
P.O.Box 70811 Richmond, VA 23255-0811 804.527.3584
E-mail: Contact Us Here
Open Door Animal Shelter Open Door Animal Sanctuary (ODAS)is a no-kill, non-profit, tax exempt organization founded to rescue and care for injured, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. The sanctuary is funded entirely from memberships, donations and proceeds from it's resale shop.
Save Our Strays Save Our Strays web site is dedicated to humane educational information that saves animal lives. We feature the pet overpopulation library, the largest no-kill organization directory on the net and offer many links to animal welfare resources. SOS features the work of Bob Christiansen author of Save Our Strays: How We Can End Pet Overpopulation and Stop Killing Healthy Dogs and Cats, Board of Directors Handbook for Animal Welfare Organizations, and Choosing & Caring for a Shelter Dog. We also host a discussion group called "Building a No-Kill City." We would welcome participation by anyone in your organization.
The Foundation Of The Dutch Parrot Refuge email:HERE On our new site we have updated with new pictures. There are many more to come ! At this time we are in the progress of translating our site to English so we can broaden our horizons to new corners of the world and let the whole world know of our mission and dedication to our parrots. This is not an easy task and is time consuming. If there are any volunteers out there willing to give us a hand, you are warmly welcomed
Tri-County Animal Shelter Tri-County Animal Shelter, a not-for-profit shelter located in Greenlake, Wisconsin.
452 TV Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Telephone: (540) 834-0080; Fax: (540) 834-0081
We provide foster care for homeless animals in private homes. We also have opened the first low-cost spay/neuter clinic in the Fredericksburg, Virginia area.
Louisa County Animal Shelter
PO Box 160, Louisa, VA 23117
Telephone (540) 894-4219
County operated shelter which accepts all strays or owner relinguished dogs and cats. Located just outside of Mineral, VA approximately one mile from the intersection of Rts. 700 &522 at Pendleton. Open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Northern Virginia Sheltie Rescue
60 Penny Lane, Strasburg VA 22657
Telephone: (540) 465-5936 or (703) 273-7954
NVSR is a non-profit organization established to rescue rehabilitate and place lost abused and abandoned Shelties with adopters who will provide love, protection and care to our special Shelties.
Orange County Humane Society
PO Box 623, Orange, VA 22960
A place where we try very hard to get animals homes. A lot of caring people work and volunteer there but so much more is needed.
Roanoke Valley SPCA
1313 Eastern Ave., NE
City: Roanoke, VA 24012
Telephone: (540) 344-4840; Fax: (540) 342-4195
Our shelter provides services to the Roanoke Valley of Virginia. We also receive animals from five local government Animal Control Divisions.
Virginia Dalmatian Assistance League, Inc.
Contact Betsy Smith (540) 347-7290
6466 Georgetown Road, BROAD RUN, VA 20137
Telephone: (540) 349-9265
Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
910 South Payne Street, ALEXANDRIA, VA
Telephone (703) 838-4774 (information); (703) 838-4775 (animal emergencies/lost or found pets);
Fax (703) 838-5042
The League provides temporary care and refuge for homeless and suffering animals, places animals in suitable homes, provides animal control services, educates the public and provides community services.
Humane Society of Fairfax County
4057 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Telephone (703) 385-PETS (7387)
Humane Society of Loudoun County
Leesburg, Virginia 22075
Telephone: (703) 777-2912
We are a 40 year old, no-kill organization with an active foster, adoption and spaying and neutering program. We place and fund the spaying and neutering of hundreds of animals each year as well as providing for emergency treatment and shelter. We are an all-volunteer organization looking for a home. Our greatest need is for an 800 sq ft office space from which to operate. Although we have doubled our donations, we can't keep up with the demand in the 3rd fastest growing county in the entire U.S. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
National Humane Education Society
521-A East Market Street, Leesburg, VA 20176
Telephone (703) 777-8319; Fax: (703) 771-4048
Animal Welfare Organization that provides humane care to dogs and cats and does not euthanize healthy animals as a means to end overpopulation. Provides life long sanctuary and adoptions of animals to wonderful homes.
Area Code 757
Animal Aid Society, Inc. (Dogs)
80 Butler Farm Road, HAMPTON, VA 23666
Telephone (757) 865-0511 Fax (757) 930-0022
An all volunteer operated "no kill" shelter for dogs. We have been in existence for 27 years and serve the Virginia Peninsula area. There are no paid employees and we operate solely on donations from the public. We do not receive any assistance from any government agency. We can only support a total of 50 dogs, this includes those in our temporary and permanent foster programs. We are currently in the process of building new dog runs to replace ones that are falling down. Our mission is to find excellent loving homes for every dog that becomes a resident of our shelter.
Animal Management Center
5585 Sabre Rd, Norfolk, Va 23502
Telephone: (757) 664-7387, Fax: (757) 441-5538
We are the animal shelter (pound) for the City of Norfolk. We take in all animals for any reason. Our goal is to place homeless animals into permanent loving homes. We offer obedience and agility classes at a reduced rate for anyone who adopts a dog from our shelter, these classes are also offered to everyone else for a small fee.
Animal Rescue of Tidewater
PO Box 11535, Norfolk, VA 23517
Telephone: (757) 456-1354
Animal Rescue of Tidewater, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to create a compassionate community where there are no more stray, abandoned, or neglected animals and where euthanasia is no longer necessary.
Meower Power Feral Cat Coalition
P.O. Box 9696, Chesapeake, VA 23321-9696
Telephone: (757) 399-0001
Non-profit no-kill shelter for feral cats and kittens in the Hampton Roads, Va community. We also manage feral colonies in the local area and provide advice and a once a month spay/neuter clinic for ferals.
The Norfolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
Morrisette-Nicholson Building, 916 Ballentine Blvd., NORFOLK, VA 23504
Telephone (757) 622-3319
Portsmouth Humane Society
2704 Frederick Blvd., PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704-6818
Telephone (757) 397-6004
Tidewater Humane, Inc.
4604 Pembroke Lake Circle, Suite 104, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23455
Telephone (757) 497-7729 or (888) SPAY4VA; Fax (757) 671-2122
We are NOT a shelter -- we operate the only publicly-available spay/neuter assistance program in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. We spay/neuter 8,000 animals every year through our cooperative program with 37 local veterinary hospitals. We are a private, non-profit organization that relies on public support. We began in 1984.
Virginia Beach SPCA
3040 Holland Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Telephone: (757) 427-0070
Fax: (757) 427-5939
We are the only full service animal shelter in South Hampton Roads. We shelter animals and provide pet therapy and humane education to the community, plus a 24-hour wildlife referral line and regional network of wildlife rehabbers. Always looking for volunteers!!
County of Campbell
RR 1, RUSTBURG, VA 24588-9801
Telephone (804) 821-4416
P.O. Box 1078, Troy, Va 22974
Telephone: 804-591-0123; Fax: 804-591-0122
Fluvanna SPCA is a non-profit organization that does contract with the county to accept stray animals. We are only able to house cats and dogs at this time. New shelter built in Jan. 1999. Our shelter is open 7 days a week from 9am to 3pm.
Foundation for Iguana Rescue Training&Safety
Richmond, VA 23060
Telephone: (804) 264-5063
We take in or place unwanted, abused or neglected iguanas. Also, provide educational seminars upon request.
Henrico Humane Society
P.O. Box 28014, RICHMOND, VA 23228
Telephone (804) 262-6634
Henrico Humane Society volunteers serve the greater Richmond area's lost and abandoned pets by providing foster homes. We are committed to quality home care, full medical screening and placement in permanent loving adoptive homes.
RescueMe, An Avian Sanctuary
Post Office Box 534, Ark, VA 23003
Telephone: (804) 693-5997, Fax: (804) 695-9475
RESCUE ME is a sanctuary for unwanted tropical birds. Our original goal at founding was to have a permanent facility by the year 2000. We were fortunate to realize that goal in January of this year. The Sanctuary takes unwanted birds and gives them a permanent home. RESCUE ME also appears at local schools in conjunction with their rain forest and environmental programs. The birds help bring the concept of endangered species into focus for the children; and since they are so social and outgoing, both birds and children enjoy the experience immensely. RESCUE ME plans to offer internship programs for students of Botany, Environmental Sciences, Veterinary and Avian Studies, as well as Agricultural students. RESCUE ME is a tax-exempt non profit corporation as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project and Sanctuary (snips)
Post Office Box 246 Quinque, Virginia 22965
Telephone: (804) 985-8654
snips stands for "The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project and Sanctuary," a small no-kill all-breed sanctuary and greyhound adoption service in central Virginia. snips promotes a holistic approach to human/companion animal relationships, focusing on spaying/neutering, diet, exercise, and training. snips dogs and cats are all spayed or neutered, vaccinated and placed on a healthy diet prior to being offered for adoption. Dogs have obedience training. This allows us to be very selective with the homes we choose for our "kids."
Westmoreland County Shelter
Route 648, Montross, VA 22520
Telephone: (804) 493-0869
Wolf Dog Coalition
20025 Broad Run Drive, Sterling, VA 20165
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