Are you having trouble finding a particular breed of dog or cat in Lorain?
Well, you don’t have to worry anymore. Pet Shelters is offering you one of the most extensive pet shelter directories on the internet. With our help and support, you will be able to locate every pet shelter in Lorain. We offer the most comprehensive directory of pet shelters in Lorain.
When it comes to pet adoption, many people prefer private breeders because they are unable to find a reliable shelter in Lorain. You may also visit local shelters in Lorain and adopt the pet that you like. It will not only cost you less but it will also help save an innocent life.
Thousands of pets are abandoned by owners every year. These pets end up on roads where they get in accidents or catch diseases. Many of these pets die from starvation, waiting for someone to show mercy. The pets that are found on roads are rescued by animal shelters, which are then put up for adoption.
By adopting one of the pets from a shelter in Lorain, you will help make space for more abandoned pets in the shelters. You will also give a new life to a pet that could’ve been euthanized.
Mission: Population control, and promoting proper, responsible care by adopting animals into good homes and forging the cost of spaying, neutering and annual vaccinations for those on low or fixed income, and for strays and managed colonies.
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PetResQ Ohio’s mission is to save the lives of as many companion animals as we possibly can. We work to prevent the unnecessary deaths of companion animals by rescuing, providing adequate nutrition and veterinary care (including, but not limited to: spaying and neutering; required immunizations; treatment of illness, unhealthy conditions or injuries); training and rehabilitation; socialization;
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Storm’s Angels was created in honor of the founder’s first dog “Queen Night Storm” who was rescued from a puppy mill. She ended up becoming diabetic and then slowly lost her eyesight and hearing as she aged. Storm lived 7 years as a diabetic and was managed at home. She developed degenerative myelopathy around 11 years old and was in a wheelchair until she passed away from bladder cancer a
Straight from the "Hart" Animal Rescue is committed to the fair treatment of all creatures.