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No Borders Animal Rescue Society (NOBARS) is a network of volunteers working together to find great families for homeless dogs.
Our mission is to successfully match adoptive homes with adoptive animals.

The purposes of the Society are to provide rescue, to prevent cruelty to, to re-home and to promote the welfare of animals.

Rescue, Rehab, Re-home, Educate

• To rescue stray, abandoned, abused, or surrendered animals.

• To establish and operate foster homes and shelters for the reception and care of animals, in particular sick, injured, stray, seized, abused, neglected or unwanted animals. To maintain a sanctuary for aging, dangerous, displaced, or unhealthy animals. To provide relief of suffering of animals.

• To implement and successfully match adoptive homes to adoptive animals.

• To promote, encourage and carry out education in the humane treatment of animals.

Our rescues start their journey in Puerto Vallarta, where they are rescued from the streets or by wonderful rescue organizations such as the pound (Acopio). From there they go into the loving hands of foster homes, where they receive medical and Loving care, sometimes for the first time in their tender lives; as well as any other needs. They are sterilized (neutered/spayed), receive a series of de-wormings, various blood tests, all vaccinations and home care.

When the rescue is ready for a new home, transportation arrangements are made to bring the dog into Canada, usually Vancouver, British Columbia & Calgary or Edmonton Alberta, with No Borders Animal Rescue Society (NOBARS).

NOBARS has foster homes who continue the loving care for the dog while waiting to go to its "fur-ever" home.

NOBARS relies on volunteers to help transport, foster, and facilitate adoptions. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming involved.Founded in 1922, the Calgary Humane Society shelters thousands of homeless animals each year. Not only do they house cats and dogs, but the Human Society also rescues small mammals like hamsters and rabbits, birds like parakeets and pigeons, and even reptiles like lizards and snakes.