LIFE House for Animals is a no-kill canine and feline adoption facility with limited access. Our mission is to nurture, celebrate, and reinforce the human-animal bond with successful animal adoptions, preventing overpopulation of pets and providing community education and awareness of animal issues. Our mission is accomplished by making permanent placements based on the individual needs of the animlas and adopters.
If you are interested in a particular animal that you have seen on Petfinder, please be sure to read the animal's entire profile and follow the instructions there for contacting the adoption counselor with questions, visiting the animal or submitting an adoption application for review. The adoption counselor will be in touch with you to confirm receipt of your application. Please allow 24-48 hours for the process to start, and allow 2-4 days for the application to be reviewed. The adoption fee for all of our guests, regardless of breed or age, is $60, which includes microchip registration. Our guests are spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. We test for common diseases as well.
Frankfort KY 40601 | 3.6 miles away
Our primary mission is to provide Service Dogs and service dog training to persons with disabilities to help improve their quality of life and help them lead a more independent and productive life using positive training methods. We also offer training, certification and insurance coverage for Therapy Dogs to visit facilities such as nursing homes, hospitals, and other facilities to provide affect
Frankfort KY 40604 | 3.6 miles away
CKBR was formed in 1999 by a group of Boxer dog loving people. We spend a great deal of time, money and energy saving individual Boxer dogs from certain death in Kentucky shelters and dog pounds. CKBR volunteers take in abandoned and unwanted Boxers and foster them in their homes while helping the dog become adoptable. All rescue dogs are given a thorough medical exam and are vaccinated, heartworm
Frankfort KY 40601 | 4.1 miles away
The mission of Franklin County Humane Society is to care for our area’s homeless animals, to re-home as many animals as possible, and to improve animal welfare throughout our community. As an open-admission shelter, we accept all cats and dogs in need. We are an independent 501c3 organization, and we are contracted by the City of Frankfort and the Franklin County Fiscal Court for animal control
Frankfort KY 40601 | 8.7 miles away
Camp Jean is a 501c3. Camp Jean is an All Breed Dog Rescue. We specialize in pregnant and nursing dogs, but also have other needy dogs and pups. Almost all of our dogs are pulled from Eastern Kentucky shelters. Dogs come to us with mange, heartworms, behavior issuses and more. We take the time to get them back on their feet and ready for forever homes. The dogs we get in typically have had some fo