Directory of Animal Shelters in Philadelphia, PA

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in Philadelphia, PA. You'll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we've partnered with in Philadelphia below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Philadelphia, PA, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue

Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue is a 501(c)(3) no-kill organization in Philadelphia, Pa. They rescue abused, abandoned, and homeless dogs including those who may have behavior issues that can be rehabilitated. Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue uses foster homes to provide sanctuary and training in a loving and caring environment. It is the mission of Pine Valley Shih Tzu Rescue to find loving homes for the dogs in their care.

Green Street Rescue

Non Profit providing rescue services to prevent unwanted cats from suffering and reproducing on our streets.

Saved Me, Inc.

Saved Me Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 certified non-profit organization that is focused on saving dogs & cats from shelters that are forced to euthanize due to limited amount of space. We provide quality medical care, shelter, food, and a safe & healthy environment for our rescues. SavedMe is dedicated to improving and enriching the quality of life of abused, abandoned, and neglected pets. We provide high quality care and rehabilitation for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes. Our volunteers work with pets directly, providing individualized rehabilitation to help them get adopted. SavedMe has a partnership with “The Pet Mechanic” (A veterinary wellness center) which allows us to provide high quality medical care & treatment for sick, injured, abused, and neglected rescues. The health and well-being of all our rescues is our first priority.

Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey

Burlington County Animal Alliance is a private, independent, 501(3)(c) nonprofit animal advocacy group, that was founded in 1999. To date, they have around 60 members of BCAA. They focus primarily on rescue and adoption of shelter dogs and cats from Burlington County and surrounding areas. Their main focus is to make the public aware of the numbers of homeless dogs and cats there are in shelters and to promote adoption of these animals. They advocate spaying and neutering of all companion animals to counteract the overpopulation of dogs and cats and to end the tragedy of euthanizing healthy, unwanted companion pets.
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