Every Dog Counts Rescue (EDCR) is a non-profit all-volunteer organization founded to save the lives of dogs in high-kill shelters in Indianapolis and the Midwest. Dogs facing death row are pulled from these shelters and live in our foster homes and receive veterinary care while awaiting transport to our rescue partners in areas of the country with less pet over-population, or until we find a loving home for them locally. Every Dog Counts Rescue believes that truly every dog counts, regardless of age, breed, injury or disability. Many of the dogs we take in are dogs other groups won't or can't...seniors, dogs with heartworm, dogs who have been hit by cars or shot, dogs with medical problems like seizures or diabetes, tiny babies who require bottle-feeding, and dogs with "handicaps", to name a few. We believe if they still have the ability to enjoy a quality of life, they deserve that chance.
Every Dog Counts Rescue has many dogs for adoption in the Indianapolis and surrounding area. Please look at our listed dogs on Petfinder.com. Anyone interested in adopting one of our wonderful dogs should complete an EDCR adoption application. Once we receive your application, you will be contacted by an EDCR Adoption Coordinator if there are any additional questions, and to arrange a home visit. Out of respect for our volunteer fosters and their homes, we will bring the dog to you. During the home visit, we will bring the dog you are interested in adopting for you to meet. It is important for all family members and individuals living in your dwelling to be present for the home visit. We also take this opportunity to introduce your existing pets to the dog you are interested in adopting. All adoptable dogs will be up to date on their vaccinations, be spayed or neutered and micro-chipped. If the adoption is approved, the Every Dog Counts Rescue Adoption Coordinator will provide you all vet records for you to bring to your vet's office.
Zionsville IN 46077 | 1.4 miles away
The Cat’s Meow Shelter is a single person operation working diligently to provide sanctuary and rehabilitation for rescued, homeless cats who, without support, would suffer. It is a no-kill shelter dedicated to finding homes and caring for its residents. The shelter is a 501c3 and has been operating since January 2001.
Lebanon IN 46052 | 12.9 miles away
The Humane Society for Boone County is an all volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3)organization that receives no tax dollars. We do not yet have a physical animal shelter. We operate through a network of generous volunteers and foster families. The Humane Society for Boone County is not associated with the Humane Society of the United States and receives no support from HSUS.