Raleigh, North Carolina Rescue Organizations - Dog-Friendly Listings

North Carolina: Raleigh: Rescue Organizations

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Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
6003 Chapel Hill Rd
Suite 133
Raleigh, NC 27607
Second Chance Pet Adoptions is a non-profit animal rescue organization that has served homeless cats and dogs of Wake County, North Carolina since 1989.


Rescue Organizations
1634 S. Saunders St
Raleigh, NC 27603
Thrift store to benefit local rescue organizations


Rescue Organizations
2420 Crabtree Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27604
Thrift store to benefit Second Chance Pet Adoption and Paw Prints Animal Rescue.


Rescue Organizations
5613 Old Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27610
North Carolina Rottweiler Rescue is the only non-profit Rottweiler Rescue Organization based out of Raleigh, NC that has been rescuing Rottweiler dogs since 1998. NCRR is an award-winning, all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless Rottweilers and placing them in qualified homes.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations

Raleigh, NC 27606
Paws For Liberation is an all breed animal rescue!! We have been striving to improve the lives of neglected, abused, and abandoned dogs and other animals. We have been rescuing for almost two years, and have already experienced unimaginable and overwhelming success!! We constantly pull dogs from high kill shelters in North Carolina and take in many strays. Each rescue that enters our program is fostered in our home and treated as one of our own. They each have plenty of food, toys, and treats and have a warm place to sleep each night. We have a thorough adoption process and ensure that each rescue is placed in the best possible home! We network with many shelters and rescues across NC and have dedicated our lives to ensure society's forgotten animals a more promising future! If you are interested in adopting, we urge you to contact us or visit your local shelters and rescues. Please remember that there are way more ways to help homeless animals than just adopting! Please click our link above "How to Help" to find a way you can help us save more pets! THE BEST WAY TO CONTACT OUR RESCUE IS PawsForLiberation@hotmail.com


Rescue Organizations, Neighborhood Stores
1608 North Market Drive
Raleigh, NC 27609
Thrift store that gives 100% of profits to AnimalKing.org, an organization that provides low-cost spay and neuter programs. Donations are tax-deductible.


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 98601
Raleigh, NC 27624-8601
Southern Siberian Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers responsibly rescuing Siberian Huskies in need throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. Our sole purpose and priority is to help unwanted, misunderstood, abandoned or neglected Siberians find homes. We do this by providing needed health care, rehabilitation and training for all our foster dogs and carefully screening potential adopters. The Siberian Husky is not a breed for everyone and adopters need to understand this breed and all of its quirks and beauty. We also spend a great deal of time educating potential owners and the public about the Siberian Husky, their special requirements, temperament, personalities and traits. We promote the importance of adopting from a reputable rescue or working with a responsible breeder when inviting a Siberian to your home. If you chose not to rescue, please contact us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com on how to find a reputable breeder. With so many homeless Siberians and Siberians facing death in shelters, it goes without saying that we are serious advocates on spay and neutering your pets. Not only is it the responsible thing to do, it is the right thing to do medically. Statistics show that unaltered females have a higher risk of mammary cancer and unaltered males are a higher risk for testicular cancer. PLEASE love your pets and spay or neuter them. To begin our adoption process, please fill out our Adoption Application. We check both vet reference on existing pets and personal references. A homecheck is mandatory, whether it is done by one of our volunteers and you come meet our foster dogs or we bring the foster dog that you are interested in to you. We do this to be sure it's a good fit for all involved, not to see if your house is clean or not. We strive to provide a happy, loving, permanent home for our foster dogs. Southern Siberian Rescue is based out of Raleigh, NC and serve SE states only (NC, SC, VA, WV, KY, GA, TN) due to our required home check. We will try to serve other areas, only if there is no comparable Siberian Rescue or Siberian in your area. If we have a volunteer in your area that can do a home check for us, we will ask that you be prepared to drive to Raleigh, NC to meet the foster dog of interest. You will need to bring all of your existing pets and immediate family members to meet our dogs. We need to know that it is a good match for all involved. For local adopters, we will bring the foster dog(s) of interest to you at the time of the home check. We will not and do not ship our foster dogs. SSR can not and will not hold dogs for anyone. If we do, that means another Siberian will die in a shelter because a shelter dogs time is very limited, as is our foster space. We do our best to process applications in the order received and first application gets first interest in our foster dog(s). We understand that there will be scheduling conflicts with home checks and meet and greets with our foster homes and foster dogs. We will accommodate for that if a potential adopter has interest in a particular foster dog in our program.


Rescue Organizations
2314 Lyon Street
Raleigh, NC 27608
he Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area of North Carolina is often referred to as the 'Triangle', so the rescue is simply named for the region we started in. The name "TriBeagles" is often used as the rescue's name just because we think it sounds cool. We are located in the Triangle area (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) of North Carolina. We do not have a central kennel facility, but instead a network of foster homes throughout the area who foster our beagles.

 Rescue Organizations:
  • Second Chance Pet Adoptions
  • Cause for Paws Thrift Store 1634 S. Saunders St
  • Cause for Paws Thrift Store 2420 Crabtree Blvd
  • Change The World Animal Rescue
  • Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue
  • North Carolina Rottweiler Rescue
  • Paws For Liberation
  • ReTails Thrift Shop
  • Southern Siberian Rescue
  • Triangle Beagle Rescue

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