Six ways to boost your well being with a Pet Resource Center pet.

The Pet Haven Rescue Center is a non profit, all volunteer, no kill animal facility.
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APRA (Atlanta Pet Rescue and Adoption) has joined Best Friends Animal Society as Best Friends—Atlanta. The center will serve as a lifesaving hub for animals and also a base from which we can fill in gaps in local programming and build a coalition to help the metro-Atlanta area in its final push to no-kill. Best Friends already has centers in Los Angeles, New York and Utah. Now, with the joining of APRA, Best Friends—Atlanta can help strengthen the no-kill movement in the southeast as well. Together with quality animal welfare organizations throughout the country, we will bring no-kill to animals all across the nation. Together, we will Save Them All.
In addition to rescue services, the center also offers overnight boarding, grooming, veterinary work, a pet shop and a dog cafe.
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The Utah Animal Adoption Center (UAAC) is a non-euthanizing animal shelter that rescues and finds homes for an average of 1,000 dogs and cats each year. UAAC has been dedicated to reducing the tragedies of pet overpopulation, the euthanasia of healthy adoptable pets, and ending animal suffering since 1983. One of a Kind Pets | Pet Rescue | Adoption Center | Spay & Neuter Clinic
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The Pet Haven Rescue Center is a non profit, all volunteer, no kill animal facility. We get no state or local funding therefore making it a must to fundraise and depend on the kindness of others. We do not take animals from the general public. We get our cats and dogs from local shetlers or in special occasions of animal abuse situations.Yakima Valley Pet Rescue and Adoption Center is a non-profit, no-kill pet rescue organization led by dedicated volunteers. We save homeless and neglected dogs and cats from around the Yakima Valley, and beyond, and find them loving, happy homes. Since our inception in 2003, we have saved over 13,000 pets.The Animal Rescue Center (ARC) is a non profit, no-kill 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and adoption of domestic animals in Northeastern Ohio. ARC strongly supports spay/neuter efforts in order to decrease the number of homeless pets.The Humane Animal Rescue Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a fully licensed rehabilitation center that is able to care for most of Pennsylvania’s native species. We readily accept songbirds, birds of prey, reptiles, and most mammals. We accept a limited number of Rabies Vector Species including raccoons, groundhogs, foxes, skunk, and bats. If you have found one of these species, please wear gloves and do not handle them with your bare hands. Please call us to find out if we have open cages. If we do not, we will do our best to refer you to another rehabilitator who does. The Center cannot accept or care for white tailed deer. Due to our suburban location, we do not have enough outdoor space to appropriately care for these animals. If you have found a fawn, please check the FAQ on fawns. You can also call us for a referral to another rehabilitator. Please note that the Wildlife Center cannot accept domestic animals, including domestic ducks, geese, pocket pets, feral cats, domestic reptiles, and parrots or other domestic birds.
Savea Life Pet Rescue would like to thank pilot Michael Young for hisrecent volunteer work for our organization. Michael used his personalplane to pick up numerous puppies from a high-kill shelter in Alabamaand transport them to our rescue here in Florida. All of these puppies have now been adopted into loving homes!SPARC dogs will be spayed or neutered, up-to-date on their shots, microchipped and issued a Santa Paula license prior to adoption. If you are interested in adopting one of our adorable pups please come on down to the Rescue Center. If you have a specific question on a pet please email .