Love-A-Stray is a non-profit, all volunteer, no-kill organization dedicated to helping homeless animals. Since Love-A-Stray doesn't have a "physical" shelter and our animals are housed in foster homes, we do not have some of the usual operating expenses that would be required for a shelter. Consequently, adoption fees, fundraising efforts, and donations go directly to a great cause - the animals! Our four-fold mission is to: 1. Lessen pet overpopulation by sterilizing adoptable animals and employing aggressive low-cost spay/neuter programs in an effort to provide financial assistance for families who otherwise would not be able to sterilize their pet. 2. Offer housing for unwanted, homeless animals and when necessary, provide medical treatment including emergency veterinary care. 3. Value the life of all rescue animals by providing innovative behavior rehabilitation, when applicable, and placing them from nurturing foster families into loving, compatible, permanent homes. 4. Educate the public on the importance of being an advocate for animals emphasizing humane treatment and sterilization. Donations are greatly appreciated and put towards a very good cause! We need a variety of items to help care for the rescue animals. No donation is too small.
Love-A-Stray members across Northern Ohio take in and rescue homeless puppies and dogs and prepare them for adoption into loving permanent homes. Our Love-A-Stray volunteers are always working and updating information about our rescued dogs in foster homes who need permanent homes. Love-A-Stray is a non-profit all volunteer rescue group with most of our volunteers also having full time jobs, so we do the best we can to answer all inquires as soon as possible. When we first hear from you, we will ask you some basic questions. You'll tell us who you are, where you live, what you know and don't know about the particular breed of dog you are interested in, and whether you already have other pets. We will ask you to complete an adoption application to ensure we can find your perfect match. Applications can be requested by emailing the adoption coordinator listed for the puppy or dog you are interested in or filling out the online application. The application will be forwarded to the dog coordinator best able to answer questions and to assist you with the adoption process.
Avon OH | 4 miles away
FIDO's Companion Inc. is non-profit 501(c)3 dog rescue organization made up of volunteers who perform vital functions in the process of rescuing animals. Operating out of Lorain County Ohio we primarily rescue dogs from the streets in our County and County Dog Pound or ill/injured dogs coming into our Vet Clinic from Cuyahoga County. Weekly we rescue dogs as well from many other rural county
Lorain OH 44052 | 6.3 miles away
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
North Ridgeville OH 44039 | 8.3 miles away
North Coast Boxer Rescue is proud to rescue, foster and by adoption, find forever homes for Boxers in need. Boxers are fun loving, friendly and very loyal family members! They can also be slow to mature, a bit stubborn and dislike being left alone. BUT WHO can resist that face? The Boxer breed has been in the top 10 of dog popularity many years. Still they show up in shelters and dog pounds throug
Elyria OH 44036 | 9.4 miles away
NorthEast Ohio Collie Rescue was founded in 1995 by a group of individuals dedicated to the welfare and rescue of Collies in northeast Ohio. Many of our members also belong to local Collie clubs, obedience groups or are affiliated with other rescue organizations and local animal shelters.
Elyria OH | 9.7 miles away
MBR is a small group of people who try to help as many displaced animals as possible. We work with humane officers, veterinarians and shelters in the state of Ohio to help dogs that are being mistreated, abused, neglected, or have medical needs. We also take in dogs from high kill shelters, local county-run pounds, and in-state rescues to allow them to make room for new in-takes to their facility.
Lorain OH | 10 miles away
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.
Elyria OH 44035 | 10.3 miles away
Friendship APL is a private, independent, non-profit [501(c)(3)] humane society founded in Elyria, Ohio in 1957. We own and operate the largest animal shelter in Lorain County. Our members incorporated on August 30, 1957 as the Lorain County Animal Protective League. We changed our name to Friendship Animal Protective League on October 30, 2005.
Columbia Station OH 44028 | 12.8 miles away
Rehoming Our Animal Refugees is a small group of individuals whom have been involved in rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming pets in need for over 15 years. There are many animal rescue groups and animal welfare organizations in Ohio, but there is no shortage of pets needing our help. Our mission is to aid the animal welfare community in its efforts to improve the conditions for animals in the st
Oberlin OH 44074 | 17.6 miles away
Mission Statement: OASIS believes that every dog deserves a second chance and education of others in animal welfare ways is key to long-term success.
North Ridgeville OH 44039 | 18.7 miles away
Another Chance Equine Rescue saves at-risk horses. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue. We rescue, retrain, rehabilitate and re-home our horses.
Lorain OH 44052 | 21.1 miles away
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;