FIDO Cares

It takes a special type of person to donate their time and effort, all in support of a great cause. When you gather a group of these good-willed humans, you thus have an entire organization dedicated to speaking out in defense of the innocent, defending the weak, and inspiring the hearts of those who can inspire and affect positive change. No matter what the challenge, if we all work towards a greater good, perhaps one day, there will never again be a need for shelters, no animal will experience abuse or hunger, and no animal will ever go without a loving home.

“Life has no smooth road for any of us; and in the bracing atmosphere of a high aim the very roughness stimulates the climber to steadier steps, till the legend, over steep ways to the stars, fulfills itself.”

~W.C. Doane

Below are the organizations FIDO Friendly is proud to support.

Amazon CaresShow +

Amazon Community Animal Rescue, Education & Safety (CARES) seeks better health and living conditions for ALL living beings of the Peruvian Amazon region. This includes appropriate care, respect, and protection from cruelty and neglect. Visit Amazon cares.

American Cancer Society: Bark For LifeShow +

The American Cancer Society Bark For LifeTM is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer.  By supporting Bark For Life, you help the American Cancer Society save lives, and that helps us move closer to our ultimate goal of a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Visit ACS: Bark For Life.

Anima Friends Rescue ProjectShow +

Animal Friends Rescue Project (AFRP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Pacific Grove, California. We were founded in June 1998 by four individuals who were passionate about making a difference to companion animal overpopulation. We are dedicated to finding good permanent homes for abandoned, stray, and abused companion animals and ending the pet overpopulation crisis through focused spay/neuter programs. Visit AFRP.

Animal AcresShow +

Animal Acres is a farmed animal sanctuary and compassionate living center located just 45 minutes from Los Angeles. Animal Acres works to promote compassionate living through its farmed animal rescue and refuge efforts, public education and outreach, and advocacy projects to prevent cruelty to farmed animals. Visit Animal Acres.

Annies BlanketsShow +

The mission of Annie’sBlankets is to provide comfort to lost and injured companion animals and to promote public awareness regarding the needs of homeless and ailing pets. Visit Annie's Blankets.

ARFhouse ChicagoShow +

ARFhouse Chicago (Animal Refuge Foundation) is a no-kill animal shelter located in Chicago, Illinois. We are a 100% volunteer run organization. ARFhouse Chicago was founded in 2006. ARFhouse Chicago’s Board of Directors all have several years of experience working in animal rescue.  ARFhouse Chicago places dogs, cats and guinea pigs into permanent homes. We currently house our animals in foster homes and boarding facilities. Visit ARFhouse Chicago.

Arthritis Walk 2010Show +

The Arthritis Walk is the signature fundraiser of the Arthritis Foundation. Participants from across the country join together to raise funds in the fight against arthritis. Form a team or join as an individual. By joining the Arthritis Walk you are also becoming a part of Let’s Move Together that encourages people to move daily for better health and to prevent or treat arthritis. Visit Arthritis Walk 2010.

Atlanta Humane SocietyShow +

The Atlanta Humane Society and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. was founded in 1873 and is the city’s oldest, private, not-for-profit animal welfare organization. Originally chartered to help women and children as well, the AHS now focuses its efforts on addressing the pet overpopulation problem and encouraging pet adoption in Georgia. Visit Atlanta Humane Society.

Banfield Charitable TrustShow +

We reach Pets across the country through many, far-reaching programs. From wellness plans and grants to undergraduate scholarships, we’re always working to ensure the money you donate brings hope to Pets and Pet families everywhere – Giving back. Giving hope. Giving support. Visit Banfield Charitable Trust.

Bark At The Park, LancasterShow +

The purpose of Bark at the Park is to promote responsible dog ownership, educate and entertain (and to have fun with our dogs and community.) Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles County Animal Shelter in Lancaster. Sponsored by the City of Lancaster Parks, Recreation & Arts Dept. Visit Lancaster Bark at the Park.

Bark in the Park, San JoseShow +

Bark in the ParkTM is a fundraising event hosted by the Naglee Park neighborhood’s Campus Community Association. All proceeds benefit the CCA, Humane Society Silicon Valley, and San Jose Animal Care Center. Visit Bark in the Park, San Jose.

Best Friends Animal SocietyShow +

The Best Friends Animal Sanctuary at Angel Canyon, at the heart of the Golden Circle of national parks in southern Utah, is home on any given day to about 2,000 dogs, cats, and other animals, who come from shelters and rescue groups around the country for special care they can only receive at Best Friends. Visit Best Friends.

Big Dog Ranch RescueShow +

Big Dog Ranch Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization devoted to saving the lives of unwanted pets. We provide great care for dogs, of all breeds, until they are adopted to the right homes. Big Dog Ranch Rescue is associated with the Weimaraner Rescue Ranch of Florida. Visit BDRR.

Bound AngelsShow +

Each year millions of shelter animals are murdered due to a broken shelter system.  Ironically called “shelters,” they are holding areas for animals to be killed.  Animals that once were family pets and have grown accustom to a quality of life in a home, are forced to live on cement floors in steel cages, imprisoned for a crime they did not commit.T hese animals are deprived human interaction, and at their greatest hope have a 40% chance for adoption.  The end to the cycle for these animals is inevitable death.

Our mission at Bound Angels is to bring animal suffering to the forefront, encourage people to care for their animals, adopt shelter animals, spay and neuter their pets.  Bound Angels strives to change the public policy on “kill shelters,” expose animals’ suffering and fight for the rights of those that cannot fight for themselves. Visit Bound Angels.

Canyon County Animal ShelterShow +

Canyon County Animal Shelter is a full-service animal control shelter providing compassionate care for stray or unwanted pets. We promote spaying and neutering, humane education programs, lost and found placement, and have a full adoption service. Visit Canyon County Animal Shelter.

Central Ohio Greyhound RescueShow +

Central Ohio Greyhound Rescue was incorporated in June 2003. We are a nonprofit all volunteer 501 (c) (3) organization that relies solely on fundraising and donations to continue our work. Our goal is promote greyhound adoption in the Central Ohio area. Visit Central Ohio Greyhound Rescue.

Chicago Botanic GardenShow +

The mission of the Chicago Botanic Garden is to promote the enjoyment, understanding, and conservation of plants and the natural world. Visit Chicago Botanic Garden.

Coalition for AnimalsShow +

Making life better for all beings. Coalition for Animals (CFA) is a 501 (c) (3), community-based non-profit organization with a mission for all people to “Evolve to Non-Violence." Visit Coalition for Animals.

Coastal Owner’s GroupShow +

Our mission is to make good news about dogs in the community by hosting the Spring Dog Festival, support and animal education, humane, dog friendly positive training methods provide education on canine good citizenship and off-leash exercise options, and have fun while being with our dogs! Visit C-Dog.

Cocker Spaniel Rescue of New EnglandShow +

CSRNE is one of the oldest and largest cocker rescue groups in the country. It is composed of many volunteers throughout New England dedicated to rescuing and placing homeless cockers. Since its inception in 1987, hundreds of abandoned or unwanted cockers found homes with caring, loving families. By networking with animal shelters, other rescue groups, and veterinarians, CSRNE has saved, improved, and extended the lives of one of America’s most popular breeds. Visit CSRNE.

Coming Home RescueShow +

Our mission is to save dogs scheduled to die for no good reason…dogs that have found themselves in a high kill shelters, dogs that have been found as strays, dogs that were kept as property instead of family members, dogs that have been surrendered (or abandoned) by their owners who stopped caring about them when they were no longer cute puppies. Visit Coming Home.

Denver Dumb Friends LeagueShow +

Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is a national leader in providing humane care to lost and abandoned animals, rescuing sick, injured and abused animals, adopting pets to new homes, helping pets stay in homes, and educating pet owners and the public about the needs of companion animals. The Dumb Friends League is the largest animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region, welcoming tens of thousands animals to our two shelters. We turn no animals away. Visit DDFL.

Dog Days of Hollister 2010Show +

Our mission is to establish a fenced in, off-leash dog park where all well-behaved canine citizens can exercise in a clean, safe environment without endangering or annoying people, property, or wildlife. To develop a beautiful, well-maintained space open to all dog lovers and friends who are willing to uphold the park’s rules and restrictions. To view this park as a community project, in partnership with the City of Hollister, designed to satisfy the needs of dog-owners alike. Visit HDOG.

Four Paws on the BeachShow +

This is a charity event whose proceeds will go to United Paws ( for their spay and neuter programs and to the Rotary Club of North Tillamook County to support the Rinehart Clinic ( for its program providing well-child checkups to local school-age children whose parents could not otherwise afford them. Visit Four Paws on the Beach.

FreekibbleShow +

Mimi Ausland, a 12 year old girl from Bend, Oregon, wanted to help feed the hungry animals at her local animal shelter. “There are 10’s of thousands of dogs and cats in animal shelters across the country, all needing to be fed a good meal.” Say hello to and’s primary mission is to provide good, healthy food to dogs and cats to those shelters who are working so hard to see that none of them go hungry – they need our help. In addition to providing free kibble to the Humane Society of Central Oregon, we’ve added 13 new shelters to the program (from Oregon to Florida!) and plan to expand the program to many more! Thanks to everyone for supporting freekibble by playing the trivia game – every piece of kibble counts! Visit Freekibble.

Friends for Life Animal RescueShow +

Friends for Life Animal Rescue was founded in of 2001. We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit California corporation. It is the goal of FFL to provide a bridge for animals from homelessness or abandonment to their forever homes by offering the following services: Matchmaker program: assist families or individuals in finding new homes for dogs or cats they can no longer care for through website listings, adoption events, and community networking; Spay/neuter program: stopping the births of unwanted animals by providing spay/neuter services for dogs and cats in low-income homes; Foster cat program: volunteers care for cats or kittens in their homes until a loving “forever home” is found; Shelter emergency medical fund: this program serves animals in need at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter who are suffering from illness and/or injury and have exceeded the amount of money allocated for veterinary care that the county shelter is able to provide; and Humane education program: a volunteer will come to classrooms or service organizations to discuss the FFL goal of ending animal homelessness, and what loving “forever homes” means to our community. Visit Friends for Life.

German Shepherd Rescue of Orange CountyShow +

German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County (GSROC) is a non-profit 501c(3) charity organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing purebred German Shepherd Dogs that have no where else to turn. We are an all volunteer organization with no paid staff. We are funded entirely by private donations and receive no government support. Dogs for adoption are housed in foster home situations and in private boarding facilities. Visit GSROC.

Gilda’s Club Cancer SupportShow +

The Gilda’s Club Basic III ‘Plus’ program is composed of Support and Networking Groups; Lectures and Workshops; and Social Activities, supplemented by Family Focus ™, Team Convene ™, ph&d, and Noogieland ™, the program for children. As a foundation for members’ customized programs, the Basic III ‘Plus’ has the potential to create a system of social and emotional support that may impact the entire experience of cancer. Visit Gilda's Club.

Great Lakes Lab RescueShow +

Great Lakes Lab Rescue has been placing labs in loving homes since August, 2000. At that time, our founder felt that there were always more dogs in need of rescuing than there were rescue organization available. Thus, GLLR was born! Visit Great Lakes Lab Rescue.

Greyhound Friends of New Jersey, Inc.Show +

Greyhound Friends of New Jersey, Inc. is a non-profit organization so we rely on funds generated through adoptions, grants, donations, and fund-raising events throughout New Jersey. We hold two picnic-reunions a year, a holiday boutique and craft show, and an annual “fun match” staged in conjunction with two other breed rescue organizations. Regular “Meet and Greets” are held on Saturdays or Sundays in many areas where potential adopters can go to spend time with greyhounds and ask lots of questions. But these are only a few of the events held so please see our “Events” for times and locations of all our programs.  To GFNJ, finding homes for ex-racing greyhounds is a labor of love. Today, that devotion finds homes for more than 250 greyhounds each year. The Greyhound Friends philosophy: Accept those greyhounds in need of a safety net, regardless of gender, size, color or age. There is a home out there for every one of them; it’s our job to find it. Visit Greyhound Friends.

Helen Woodward Animal CenterShow +

Helen Woodward Animal Center is a unique, private, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people. For more than 30 years, our no-kill Center has provided humane care and adoption for orphaned animals, as well as animal-centered educational and therapeutic programs for people. Visit Helen Woodward Animal Center.

Idaho Humane SocietyShow +

The mission of the Idaho Humane Society is to advocate for the welfare and responsible care of animals, protect them from neglect and cruelty, and promote humane awareness and compassion. We believe that because domestic animals are a product of human intervention, we have a special obligation to them in regard to humane treatment and responsible stewardship. Visit Idaho Human Society.

Las Vegas Hot Diggity Dachshund RescueShow +

Our Dachshund Club and Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We are a member based social club for Dachshunds and their owners as well as a Dachshund Rescue. We most definitely promote responsible pet ownership and education. We highly promote spaying and neutering your pets. Please do your part in not adding to the overpopulation of pets in shelters and rescues. We highly recommend positive reinforcement based pet training for the benefits it offers both the pet and the owner(s). We also support animal protection issues regarding laws/legislature. Visit LVHD Dachshund Club.

Magic Bullet FundShow +

Canine cancer treatment requires a substantial financial outlay, ranging between $600 and $6,000 per dog. Many dog owners cannot support such a large unanticipated expense. MBF is a program of Perseus Foundation, a non-profit incorporated in the State of Maryland that promotes research and public education about cancer in companion animals. Because of this alliance, donations to the Magic Bullet Fund are tax deductible. Fifty percent of our pets will have cancer in their lifetimes. Still, caretakers respond to the diagnosis of cancer in their pet with shock and despair. MBF’s secondary mission is to raise public awareness about canine cancer in order to in promote prevention and enable early detection. Visit The Magic Bullet Fund.

Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s AnimalsShow +

The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, Inc., founded in 2002 and powered by Maddie’s Fund, The Pet Rescue Foundation, with support from the ASPCA, is a coalition of more than 160 animal rescue groups and shelters that is working with Animal Care & Control of New York City (AC&C) to end the killing of healthy and treatable cats and dogs at AC&C shelters. Visit the Mayor's Alliance.

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue LeagueShow +

MAGDRL is staffed completely by volunteers. Like all humane groups, MAGDRL is in the unique position of helping both humans and pets. In our case, the pets are Great Danes and mixed Dane dogs, and the people are those who have or want the companionship of the breed or, often, just dogs in general. Visit MAGDRL.

Montgomery County Humane SocietyShow +

The Montgomery County Humane Society is the largest animal welfare organization in Montgomery County, providing shelter and care to thousands of homeless animals every year. We offer a full range of services including foster care, rescue network placements, adoption counseling, behavior seminars, bereavement support, humane education, community outreach, volunteer training and much more. Visit Montgomery County Humane Society.

Morris Animal FoundationShow +

Morris Animal Foundation helps animals enjoy longer, healthier lives. We advance health and welfare research that protects, treats and cures companion animals, horses and wildlife worldwide. Founded by a visionary veterinarian in 1948, Morris Animal Foundation today is a world leader in advancing veterinary research that protects, treats and cures animals on every continent. The Foundation has funded more than 1,700 studies, many of which have led to animal health breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments, prevention and cures. We believe that, working together, we can create a healthier tomorrow for animals. Visit Morris Animal Foundation.

Napa HumaneShow +

Our Mission: To promote the welfare of companion animals through protection, advocacy, education, and example. Our Vision: A humane home for every adoptable companion animal in Napa County. As a premier advocate for companion animals in Napa County, Napa Humane leads the evolution of our communities to where: Every companion animal is a wanted animal, residing in a humane household. Visit Napa Humane.

National Canine Cancer FoundationShow +

The National Canine Cancer Foundation is a nationwide, contribution funded, 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to eliminating Cancer as a major health issue in dogs by funding grants directly to Cancer researchers who are working to save lives, find cures, better treatments and accurate, cost effective diagnostic methods in dealing with canine Cancer. Visit the NCCF.

North Central Newfoundland ClubShow +

The North Central Newfoundland Club, Inc. (NCNC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Newfoundland dog. The club promotes this goal by organizing and sponsoring dog shows and working trials, including annual water and draft tests and a Regional Specialty. Visit the Newfoundland Club.

North Shore Animal League AmericaShow +

North Shore Animal League America’s mission begins with a proactive approach to saving lives. On a regional level, when we heard that the lives of puppies and kittens in adjoining areas were in jeopardy, we began sending out rescue vans to save them. Visit the North Shore Animal League.

Nowzad DogsShow +

The life of Afghan and Iraqi animals is not one of comfort at the best of times; most of the day is spent hunting for scraps of food or hiding from the hot desert sun during the summer or the freezing cold of a desert winter night. There is definitely no pampered pet status in Afghanistan or Iraq. The Nowzad Dogs charity has been formed to do something positive for the cats, dogs and other animals of Afghanistan and Iraq that have no hope and nobody to care for them. We realise we cannot transport all of the stray dogs of Afghanistan and Iraq to loving homes, but we will do our best to promote animal welfare and to assist in vital animal aid work that is so desperately needed in Afghanistan and Iraq. Visit Nowzad.

Operations Blankets of LoveShow +

Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) is an award-winning non-profit 501(c)3 public charity. We collect, transport and distribute recycled and new pet-related items to comfort stray, sick, neglected and abused homeless animals in shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries and foster groups. In addition, as an Emergency Response Team, we partner with those organizations to provide relief and comfort to animals that are displaced or endangered by catastrophe. Visit Operation Blankets of Love

Orange Country SPCAShow +

The Orange County SPCA was established in 1987 as a non-profit, tax-exempt charity for the following purposes: To prevent cruelty to animals, to aid low-income pet owners, and to promote responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. It is supported entirely by donations from the private sector, and does not receive donations from any government agency or national organization. Visit Orange County SPCA.

Oregon Humane SocietyShow +

For 141 years OHS has been sheltering abandoned animals, fighting cruelty and neglect, and working to build a caring, compassionate community here in Oregon. Although we have thousands of members and 1,200 volunteers, we are really nothing more than a single person saying ‘Yes, I want to help.’ Visit OHS.

Pawed PetsShow +

PAWED works to save and improve the lives of companion animals in El Dorado County through adoption services for shelter and community animals, education about spay/neuter, ID, proper pet care, and training, advertising and advocacy for shelters and shelter pets and provide needed supplies/equipment to local animal shelters. Visit PAWED.

Peace of Mind Dog RescueShow +

Peace of Mind Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in October 2009. Peace of Mind is dedicated to finding new loving homes for dogs whose guardians can no longer care for them due to illness, death, or other challenging circumstances, and to finding homes for senior dogs in animal shelters. Visit Peace of Mind.

Peninsula Humane SocietyShow +

PHS/SPCA, a private non-profit guided by the humane ethic, builds healthy relationships between people and animals. As an ethical choice, we accept all animals in need of care and often provide a second chance to the neediest animals: those who would otherwise be turned away at so-called “no kill” agencies that accept only highly adoptable animals. We also serve as our County’s provider of animal rescue and control services and, as such, have no control over the number of incoming animals. Our record is outstanding. Since 2003, we have adopted 100% of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats. Visit PHS/SPCA.

Pennsylvania SPCAShow +

Here at the PSPCA, we address the needs of thousands of homeless animals a year. We started out with a single center in Philadelphia and, with the help of our dedicated staff and generous donors, burgeoned into a state-wide operation with five busy shelters.Learn about our fascinating history reflecting the human capacity for good, get to know the exceptional, dedicated people who staff our shelters, and learn about our endless mission to prevent and relieve suffering. Become a supporter and help us continue to materialize our mission, helping not only animals in need but also inspiring people to be more humane. Visit PSPCA.

Pets of HomelessShow +

Pets of the Homeless is a nonprofit all volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless and less fortunate in local communities across the United States and Canada. Visit Pets of the Homeless.

Pit Bull Rescue San DiegoShow +

Pit Bull Rescue San Diego is devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming pit bulls in San Diego area shelters, educating the public on responsible pet ownership, and advocating against the inhumane activity of dogfighting and the unethical practice of backyard breeding. Visit PBRSD

Planet Dog FoundationShow +

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides cash grants and in-kind support to programs throughout the country that train, place and support dogs who work to help people in need. We strive to make maximum impact through grant giving, product donations, capacity building and referral services. Visit Planet Dog.

Pug Rescue of Florida / Orlando Pug Rescue & AdoptionShow +

Pug Rescue of Florida (PROOF)/Orlando Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc. (OPRA) is a non-profit organization that exists for the sole purpose of finding caring, safe, and loving permanent homes for rescued, displaced, and homeless dogs of the Pug breed regardless of age or condition. PROOF operates through an organized network of volunteers and sustains itself through both fund-raising efforts and the generous financial support of private individuals and commercial entities. Visit PROOF.

Rover RescueShow +

Over 100 dogs are put to sleep in overcrowded Los Angeles area animal shelters every day. Many of these homeless dogs have been abandoned, abused or neglected, without ever knowing the love of a caring human being. Rover Rescue is a non-profit organization founded in 2001 to save as many homeless dogs as we can and place them in permanent and loving homes. Visit Rover Rescue.

SPCA for Monterey CountyShow +

Formed In 1905 to address the problems of stray “dogs and cats about town” as well as to discuss the “different diseases prevalent among horses” and to “investigate the abuse and fast driving of donkeys and horses,” The SPCA has had a long and rich history of helping people and animals in Monterey County. Visit SPCA.

Tampa Pets OrgShow +

Since 2003, euthanasia in Hillsborough County has dropped from over 34,000 dogs and cats to 19,000 (2009). – No More Homeless Pets, Hillsborough County, is a coalition of concerned animal welfare groups, including the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Hillsborough County Animal Services and over 50 Rescue groups, business leaders and individuals working together to end this tragedy permanently in our community. As partners we originally targeted a 50% save rate by 2012. Now, we anticipate meeting this goal in 2010. Our new goal is a save rate of 80% by 2015. Visit Tampa Pets.

Tickled Pink for a CureShow +

In October of 2006, I took my first steps to help raise awareness and monetary donations for breast cancer in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk. I had wanted to do the walk years before, but I didn’t think I could raise the $2300 minimum in order to participate. Now in 2010, I am walking for my 5th consecutive year! I discovered with some hard work and dedication, the $2300 minimum can be raised over and over again. I found two things I’m passionate about (my love for dogs and running) and created fundraisers around them. That’s how The Paws For A Cure Pet Show and Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye 5K Run/Walk (formally known as The Pink Ribbon Run) began. Visit Tickled Pink.

Two Million DogsShow +

The story of 2 Million Dogs began with a man and his two dogs who embarked on a walk from Austin, TX to Boston, MA inspired by the loss of his Great Pyrenees to cancer. Some of you have heard the story of Hudson, Murphy, and Luke Robinson. They walked from town to town sharing Malcolm’s story and educating people about cancer in dogs and as they built a nationwide grassroots movement, Mr. Robinson had a vision: 2,000,000 dogs walking simultaneously all across the United States for cancer. If 2 dogs could walk over 2,000 miles surely it was possible! And that’s how the 2 Million Dogs Foundation was born and the legacy that started out with just a man who lost his beloved dog continues… Visit 2 Million Dogs.

Washington Humane SocietyShow +

The Washington Humane Society (WHS), the only Congressionally-chartered animal welfare agency in the United States, has been the area’s leading voice for animals since 1870. As the only open-access shelter in the Nation’s Capital, the Washington Humane Society provides comfort and care to nearly 30,000 animals each year through its broad range of programs and services including sheltering, adoption, spay and neuter, CatNiPP, Humane Law Enforcement, lost and found, human–animal therapy programs and Humane Education.  Charted by Congress 140 years ago, WHS established the city’s first public housing facility for stray and unwanted animals.  A year later, WHS pioneered the creation of the District’s first ever animal cruelty law and for a period of time in the late 1800s, WHS also was given the power to investigate cases of child abuse. Visit WHS.

Weimaraner Rescue and Adoption FloridaShow +

To save adoptable Weimaraners in desperate need that are either out of time at the shelters or that need to be surrendered by their owner’s due to unfortunate circumstances. It is our mission to have these dogs vetted, trained, rehabilitated and re-homed into great forever homes. Visit Weimaraner Rescue.

Wilmington Fur BallShow +

The Wilmington Fur Ball Committee puts on the Annual Wilmington Fur Ball, a black tie, red carpet fund raising Gala. Proceeds from the event will support the rescue and adoption efforts of two non-profit organizations: Pender County Humane Society and Adopt-An-A.N.G.E.L, both of which are 501(c) (3) charitable organizations. Visit Wilmington Fur Ball.

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