We are a foundation currently assisting Bully-type dogs and their people in North Carolina. We pull our dogs from county shelters as well as accept owner surrenders. We work to educate and spread the good word about our beloved breed through community outreach, owner assistance and beyond.
Once we receive your application, we begin processing it as quickly as possible. We will check the following: Must be 21 years of age or older; Homeowner's insurance company and/or landlord to confirm that they do not have any breed restrictions that would prevent a pit bull type dog from living with you; Veterinarian to confirm all animals in your home are up-to-date on vaccinations and annual visits; Two personal references who are NOT related to you or to your family members. Final steps include a phone interview, a home visit, and a meet and greet with the dog(s) that may best suit your family. Not sure who to choose? Let our applications team guide you to the perfect fit. We often receive multiple applications for the same dog. We do not match on a "first come, first serve" basis, but rather strive to choose the adopter who is the best match for each particular pup. Our goal is a successful, happy, and permanent adoption that meets the needs of the dog and the adopter. Please note that our applications team is composed exclusively of volunteers who process applications in their free time. The team does their best to respond to each email, inquiry, and application in a timely manner. During this process, we encourage you to monitor your email account and your phone to ensure we are able to reach you without delay. Additionally, it will make the process move more quickly if you ensure your landlord (if applicable), veterinarian, and personal references are prepared for our calls. The longer it takes to reach them (or get a return call/email from them), the longer the application process will take. If at any point in the process you are concerned because you feel you haven’t been contacted in a timely manner, feel free to check in and let us know that you are still interested! We welcome out of state adoptions however, we do not ship dogs. All out of state adopters (if approved) must pick up their newly adopted pup.
Greensboro NC | 1.2 miles away
SOMAD is a 501(c)3 dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of small dogs. We are based in Chattanooga, TN with a volunteer base from Georgia to Maryland. SOMAD was formed in 2015, but our Board members have many years of experience with rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming dogs. We are an all volunteer organization and do not have a facility. All of our dogs live in foster homes until th
Greensboro NC | 1.4 miles away
The Mission of Juliet's House is to promote the humane care and rescue of abandoned animals and to support volunteers willing to foster such animals through socialization and medical treatments to adoption..
Greensboro NC 27415 | 2.8 miles away
Mission Statement: To provide the best care and love for ALL unwanted Dobermans regardless of age or health concerns. To eliminate the suffering of Dobermans who have been victims of neglect and/or abuse. To rehabilitate and re-place these Dobermans in permanent loving homes. To SPAY/NEUTER all Dobermans introduced into Rescue.
Greensboro NC 27407 | 5.3 miles away
We are a group that works to help homeless pets in the shelter find homes. We promote the pets online, so adopters can see them.
Greensboro NC 27409 | 5.6 miles away
Dr. Sheets’ dream from a child has been to end the pet overpopulation problem, in particular to cats, since cats breed much more prolifically than dogs. She is particularly devoted to the welfare of feral street cats and supports the TNR strategy for caring for managed colonies. When a kitten or cat from a feral colony seems adoptable, that animal may go into the Sheets Cat Adoption Program. S/h
Greensboro NC 27417 | 6 miles away
The Animal Rescue & Foster Program, founded in 1992, is a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization supported by membership and private donations. ARFP receives no funding from the state, county, or city. The Animal Rescue & Foster Program is dedicated to helping abandoned puppies and kittens. ARFP provides temporary foster homes and medical care for homeless puppies and kittens and
Greensboro NC 27417 | 6 miles away
Friends Forever is a small, private animal rescue orphange providing an in home environment for the rescues in its care. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency. All of our rescue pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, crate trained, groomed, socialized companion pets waiting to be adopted. We operate on the principle that there is a great need for homeless animals to be rescued, rehabilitat
Greensboro NC | 6.2 miles away
Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina Yorkie Rescue, Inc., helps dogs of Yorkshire Terrier origin throughout North Carolina. NCYR is dedicated to the security, protection and well-being of all Yorkies. We ensure that the best home is found for each of our adoptable dogs so that they can live happily ever after!
Greensboro NC 27405 | 6.3 miles away
The SPCA of the Triad is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization, dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused, neglected, and injured animals. We have three missions in the Triad Community of North Carolina: The rescue of animals, the education of the community, and the promotion of spaying and neutering animals.
Greensboro NC | 6.6 miles away
We are a cat rescue group that help people find homes for cats that they have rescued and are willing to foster through our adoption program.
High Point NC | 8.7 miles away
LPPNC focuses on providing financial aid for spay neuter & medical needs for pets in our community through its Spay Today Outreach Program (STOP). We are working to eradicate the pet overpopulation problem in our country and reduce the number of animals born by aggressively spaying and neutering owned pets and feral cats. Spay/neuter is the ONLY answer to the pet overpopulation problem.
Summerfield NC | 9.2 miles away
Pug Rescue of North Carolina (PRONC) was founded on May 11, 2000 as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. Since then, we have had hundreds of pugs come through and we have seen many changes. We have been blessed with so many foster homes, volunteers, sponsors and adoptive families who have each done their part to make saving these wonderful pugs possible. The need seems to become greate
Summerfield NC 27358 | 10.1 miles away
Greyhound Friends of North Carolina (GFNC) - a 501(c)(3) nonprofit - is an established adoption agency providing retired racing greyhounds a path to lifelong placement into loving homes, ensuring their health and welfare, and educating the public about greyhounds as pets. We support and endorse relationships with organizations and groups which practice humane and ethical treatment of their dogs. G
Greensboro NC 27406 | 10.3 miles away
Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina (BTRNC) is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding new homes for Boston terriers. If you are as passionate about the breed as we are, we welcome you to support our mission by adopting a Boston, volunteering or donating. Our coverage area includes Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia