Help for lost and found dogs in Virginia. Tips for finding your dog. Database of lost and found dogs.
No-kill network.An organization dedicated to promoting no-kill shelters and rescue groups.
Animal Rescue of TidewaterWork to improve the lives of companion animals in Hampton Roads. Dog and cat adoptions.
K9 New Life The mission of K-9 New Life is to take in dogs from shelters when they have run out of time or are injured or too sick for the shelters to handle. We provide them with health care, rehabilitation, training, and a loving foster home until they can be adopted. Our focus is to give these less fortunate dogs a second chance to live the life they deserve.
Norfolk SPCAThe Norfolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
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
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!!
King William Veterinary Clinic & Pound, King William, VA.Puppies, dogs, cats and kittens for adoption. Telephone: (804)769-3200
My Apartment Map is a housing search web site. We have pet friendly listings all over USA.
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.
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.
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.
Humane Society of Fairfax County
4057 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Telephone (703) 385-PETS (7387)
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.
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.
An adoption site for pets in need of adoption across the US.
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."
Wolf Dog Coalition
20025 Broad Run Drive, Sterling, VA 20165
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