Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary, the Mid West’s largest sheltered no-kill sanctuary, was founded by the Azzar family in August of 1999 after the passing of their beloved dog Mackenzie
Our adoption process is very thoughtful and thorough, because of this we require up to three visits to establish a bond (between our adopters and the adoptee) and to complete the adoption process. Please note the following steps: 1. First, fill out and send the online adoption survey below you will receive notification that the application was received and a call back from the Adoption Coordinator. 2. Together we will schedule the first visit with the dog or dogs that you and your family are compatible with. This visit could take up to an hour depending on the connection you and the dog have. 3. If everything goes well with the first visit then you and the Adoption Coordinator will schedule a second visit with the adoptee. We introduce any dogs the Adopter may have in their home to the adoptee during this visit, as well as have special time to bond with the adoptee. 4. When the second visit is over, and all seems to be going smoothly, the Adoption Coordinator will then ask if you would like to schedule a home visit. 5. The home visit is to make sure the adoptee is comfortable in the new home, if everything checks out, the final adoption step will take place at this time. You will have now adopted your forever friend.
Clarksville MI 48815 | 3.1 miles away
H.E.R.D is an independent boder collie rescue organization in the Grand Rapids, MI area. The mission of H.E.R.D. is to promote the health, welfare and training of homeless border collies into a permanent family.
Ionia MI 48846 | 13.2 miles away
The Ionia County Animal Care and Control Department serves the citizens and animals of Ionia County. The Animal Control Department enforces dog laws of Ionia County and the State of Michigan. The Shelter takes in dogs and cats that are surrendered by their owners and/or strays living in Ionia County. These animals are offered to the public for adoption once their required stray hold time, set by t
Ionia MI 48846 | 15.9 miles away
SAFE HAVEN HUMANE SOCIETY is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit group in Michigan that rescues dogs and cats from a variety of abandonment situations. Funding for our rescue work comes entirely from donations by fellow animal lovers and fundraising events. No funding is received from any national, state or local organization, and there is no paid staff. All rescue work and re-homing of these abandoned pets is
Portland MI 48875 | 18.4 miles away
We are a dedicated network of foster homes. We pull dogs from shelters throughout western and mid-michigan, take care of any medical needs, and get them into loving homes as soon as possible. These efforts are completely non-profit.