We are a foster based rescue, dedicated to the rescue of labs and lab mixes in danger of euthanasia. Our group is comprised of volunteers in the Eastern US who love labs and want to help those that end up homeless through no fault of their own. To the best of our ability, we evaluate all of our dogs temperament and suitability for living with other dogs, cats, and children. Our dog’s health is checked, and they are brought current on all vaccinations and are spayed or neutered. We then place them in loving foster homes until they find their very own family. Our goal is to meet the needs of each dog as an individual and to assure proper placement in a loving forever home. Our labs live in loving foster homes until their perfect forever home is found. Our foster homes work with our dogs to determine temperament as well as the requirements for each specific dog so that we can place them in a home that will fit their needs.
Step 1 - Fill out a Pre-Adoption Application. Step 2 - Application Preliminary Review. Step 3 - Landlord Approval Verified. Step 4 - Veterinary References Contacted. Step 5 - Personal References Contacted. Step 6 - Home Visit and Applicant Interview. Step 7 - Meeting between Approved Applicant & Available Dogs. Step 8 - Adoption Official. Step 9 - Optional Post Adoption Follow-up Visit.
Enfield CT 06082 | 2.3 miles away
The Animal Control Officers are responsible for the enforcement of the Connecticut State Laws and Enfield Town Ordinances pertaining to domestic and wild animals. We respond to complaints of violations of animal control laws by telephone or police dispatch. All animals that are taken into custody are impounded at the Enfield Animal Shelter on Parsons Road. Impounded animals are cared for at the sh
Suffield CT 06078 | 4.2 miles away
It is the policy of the Suffield Police Department to maintain the position of an Animal Control Officer (ACO) and any assistants to this position, to serve as its primary agents with regard to animal protection, regulation, control, public health and safety as it relates to animal control (Suffield Police Department General Order #3-5).
Windsor Locks CT 06096 | 5.8 miles away
We are a division of the Windsor Locks Police Department. Our two part time Animal Control Officers handle animal related complaints within the Town of Windsor Locks and are here to assist the residents with any questions and or concerns related to domestic or wild animals.
East Windsor CT | 5.9 miles away
We are a small non profit group in CT working to save dogs from High Kill shelters in Houston and finding them loving homes in the NorthEast.
Windsor CT 06095 | 7.7 miles away
Connecticut Cat Connection was started from a one person rescue in the 80’s by taking in one stray at a time, to working with other rescue organizations in the 2000’s, to expanding to its own organization under the name Cat Haven in 2003. Due to the increasing need to help more cats and the expense associated with any animal rescue, in 2007 the organization became a non-profit and officially c
Windsor CT 06095 | 10.1 miles away
Granby CT 06035 | 11.4 miles away
This rescue was started because of the overwhelming love and respect one woman has for the intelligence, beauty and trust that animals show on a daily basis. Since September 2003, we have been a non-profit, volunteer based, no kill rescue which has provided a safe haven for unwanted and neglected chinchillas. This has consisted of medical care, a spacious and clean living environment, a healthy di
Bloomfield CT 06002 | 11.8 miles away
Mark and Linda Greenberg started their animal rescue efforts in typical fashion, picking up stray dogs and cats from the street. There was Triboro, a German Shepherd found running along the Triboro Bridge, Yankee the cat found outside Yankee Stadium, and Eggy, rescued from a garbage can outside the back door of a Chinese restaurant. And the pack continued to grow...As the years passed, the Greenbe
North Granby CT 06060 | 13.1 miles away
PAWS4RESCUE is an all volunteer, non profit rescue group that specializes in rescuing and rehoming unwanted, abandoned and homeless dogs of all breeds. We accept dogs that are surrendered by owners who can no longer keep/care for their pets and from shelters where they may be euthanized. PAWS4RESCUE strives to educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter and the crisis that our shelter ani
North Granby CT | 14.5 miles away
The Nutmeg Weimaraner Club is a member in good standing of the Weimaraner Club of America and is licensed by the American Kennel Club to hold Conformation Shows, Obedience Trials, and Hunt Tests.
Manchester CT 06040 | 14.5 miles away
Animal Control is dedicated to serving the community as it relates to both human and animal issues. Animal Control enforces both town ordinances as well as state laws that pertain to animals and their humans. Animal Control is committed to finding each animal in our care permanent and loving homes for each animal that passes a temperament test.
Manchester CT | 15 miles away
Founded in 1996. Mission: The Queenie Foundation promotes kindness to all animals through humane education and companion animal rescue/adoption.
Manchester CT | 15 miles away
Save Me A Spot! Dog Rescue's mission is to runs a courtesy post service to aid owners and other rescues in finding homes for animals who will make good family pets. In doing so, we hope to save the lives of a few pets that would otherwise be homeless. Our main goal is to keep pets out of our local shelters, and to assist owners in ways that may allow them to keep their pets. We do this not on
Manchester CT | 16 miles away
Our Mission at Pack Leaders Rescue of Connecticut is to save the lives of dogs and cats both locally, and from the South, that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected. We prepare them for a forever home through the three branches of our organization. Our transport service and behavioral training program allow us to rescue, evaluate, and rehabilitate animals, and we place these animals into forev
East Hartland CT | 16.9 miles away
In 1982 I went to a dog pound looking for a dog that had been advertised for adoption. I came out instead with a smelly, cross-eyed pooch that I had to bathe three times to see her actual colors. She was so afraid that she wouldn't even walk out of that pound. I had to carry her. This trembling little bundle was only about three or four months old but she had been eating food out of broke