GetALong Dachshund rescue is a Dachshund rescue serving Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. We step up for Senior Dachshunds and those with severe medical needs. We also rescue young dachshunds. Our main purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home our dachshunds in forever homes to live their lives in a safe loving environment. We sometimes find ourselves providing loving arms and a safe foster home for the severely ill to live out their last days being loved and cherished, sadly all too often they are experiencing this love for the very first time. Many of the dachshunds we get are abandoned in shelters because they can no longer provide their owners with healthy puppies to be sold. Or they have gotten old and are in need of medical attention so they are sent to the shelter for someone else to care for. All too often the only medical care they have ever had was their first shots as puppies. Some of the Dachshunds who come to us are purebreds. They come to us in all shapes sizes and colors. If you are truly looking for a pet that wants nothing more then to please you and love you, then please consider adopting one of our seniors. They are full of love and ask for nothing more than to be loved in return.
If you have lost your heart to one of our lovable Dachshunds and want to make them a part of your family, the first step is submitting an Adoption Application. Once we have received your application, we will review it. Our reviewing process starts with a member of the GetALong Dachshund Rescue adoption team speaking with your vet and ensuring that all of your personal animals are up to date on their shots and are spayed or neutered. The next step will be be a phone interview with you. In most cases, there are two phone interviews. The second being with the foster parent of the dachshund you have chosen. This second call is actually an opportunity for you to ask the foster mom or dad any questions you might have about the new dachshund you have chosen. Since the animal has usually been in their care for at least a month, they have a lot of insight into the personality, likes, and dislikes of the new pet you have chosen. The foster will also be able to provide up to date medical information and any special needs your pet may have. After we check your veterinarian references and have spoken with you on the phone our local representative will do a home visit. Please understand it is not our desire to intrude on your privacy in any way shape or form, our only interest is in ensuring that the animals we place in forever homes will be given the utmost love and care possible. Please remember that there may be more than one application for each dog. Our goal is to place each dog with the home most suited to his or her personality and needs.
Green Cove Springs FL | 0 mile away
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Green Cove Springs FL | 0 mile away
Mission: To rescue, rehabilitate and rehome unwanted companion animals in our community, and to place them into carefully screened, permanent loving homes, with priority given to animals scheduled for euthanasia at local animal control facilities. An emphasis will be given to reducing the pet overpopulation by promoting responsible pet ownership and the importance of spay/neuter.
Green Cove Springs FL 32043 | 10.3 miles away
The staff and volunteers of Clay County Animal Services (CCAS) believe in finding homes for as many unclaimed animals housed at the shelter as possible and are committed to making every effort to do so. CCAS has many wonderful pets awaiting adoption. If you are thinking of adding a pet to your family, please visit us and see the animals we have available.
Middleburg FL 32068 | 10.6 miles away
Safe Animal Shelter is a nonprofit organization working to reduce the number of cats and dogs euthanized in Clay County, Duval County, Northeast Florida and the surrounding areas.
Middleburg FL | 12.1 miles away
We are a 501c3 non for profit animal rescue. We are not a shelter facility, all the animals in our program are in private foster homes. We fully vet all our animals...that includes spay/neuter, micro chip, heart worm test, shots, fecal and general exam. We do not except owned animals, our purpose is to provide a well deserved second chance to the abandoned neglected and abused animals with in our
Middleburg FL | 12.1 miles away
We primarily focus on orphaned kittens and the occasional litter of orphaned puppies. By orphaned, we mean those that are less than 6 weeks of age who must be hand raised by either bottle feeding formula or making a specialized kitten slurry. We also rescue kittens and puppies from our surrounding High-Kill Animal Shelters before they are put to sleep due to their age and/or having contracted an i
Orange Park FL 32067 | 12.3 miles away
Fawn's Small Dog Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization based in Florida. Our rescue was established in memory of a little red miniature pincher named Fawn. She was rescued from a puppy mill and shivered her way into our lives and hearts. She was a true inspiration to all that knew her. She sadly lost her battle with diabetes at the age of 12. We are dedicated to saving the lives of
Orange Park FL 32073 | 15.3 miles away
The corporation is a not for profit 501(C)3 corporation. The primary purpose for which the corporation is formed is to successfully transition dogs from rescues and/or shelters to forever homes through training and socialization while providing the necessary loving, compassionate environment and one on one attention for the animals to thrive in and become the best that they can be.
Middleburg FL | 19.2 miles away
Animal Rescue Movement, Inc. ("ARM") was established in 1993 by Jeanne Dixon. ARM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill, all-volunteer organization located in Middleburg, Florida. ARM rescues dogs and cats from local animal control shelters and abused, injured and abandoned from the streets. For these animals, being rescued is the difference between life and death, as most of these loving p