Top 10 Animal Shelters in United States
Show

Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue

X
Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue is an all-volunteer, unpaid organization that saves dogs from being euthanized in animal shelters. They provide dogs due to be euthanized a second chance at a happy life with loving families. Their volunteer transporters transport the dogs to their facility where they are spayed/neutered, microchipped, treated for any illnesses, socialized, and then are advertised to be adopted out to qualifying individuals. Fortunate Pooches and Lab Rescue is working to reduce and/or stop the kill shelter concept. They support and dedicate themselves to promoting responsibility, dedication, education, safety, and the spaying/neutering of pets.

Carbon County Animal Shelter

X
The Carbon County Animal Shelter is a county-run facility dedicated to giving homeless dogs a chance to be adopted and know kindness and caring. Our goal is to place abandoned, stray, and unwanted dogs in loving, responsible homes. Come Visit Us!

Burlington County Animal Alliance of New Jersey

X
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.

Outer Banks SPCA/Dare County Animal Shelter

X
The Outer Banks S.P.C.A. (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt corporation which staffs and manages the Dare County Animal Shelter. The Outer Banks S.P.C.A. provides a loving environment and temporary housing for lost, stray, or unwanted domestic animals in Dare County. They have wonderful pets who need new, forever homes and would love to have you visit with them to meet them.

Harnett County Animal Shelter

X
All adoptions are $25. The website is kept current and new animals are added nearly every business day.

Delaware Humane Association

X
The Delaware Humane Association (DHA) is Delaware’s premiere non-profit, lifelong care animal shelter and adoption center. The DHA is committed to providing for the needs of homeless and abused dogs and cats in our community. Serving over 5,000 companion animals annually through direct intervention and many more through advocacy, the Delaware Humane Association continues to promote the humane values of protection, care, and compassion for all living things by providing Special Programs, Humane Education and Outreach.

Louisiana SPCA

X
The Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is an organization devoted to improving the lives of animals and eliminating the homelessness, neglect and abuses that signal animal suffering. Chartered in 1888, our history has been paved with an understanding that only through an improved human-animal ethic can we better the lives of companion animals and that of our community. Our programs and services are infused with the highest standards of care and compassion.

Adopt-A-Dog, Inc.

X
Adopt-A-Dog is a dog and cat rescue sanctuary organization serving New York and Connecticut and beyond for three decades. Our sanctuary is open seven days a week. Our dedicated staff and volunteers strive to provide the best care possible while the animals are at our sanctuary awaiting safe and permanent homes. Adopt-A-Dog's mission is to find safe, permanent and loving homes for companion animals, while enhancing their lives as well as the people who benefit from them. We also provide life-time shelter to those animals least likely to be adopted.

Greyhound Adoption of Ohio

X
Greyhound Adoption of Ohio is the largest and oldest greyhound adoption organization in the state of Ohio. At the time of our inception, in 1993, greyhounds were rarely seen in Ohio. Today, you'll see greyhounds nearly everywhere you go. Greyhounds make WONDERFUL pets!

Front Range German Shepherd Rescue

X
Front Range German Shepherd Rescue is a small, all-volunteer group of German Shepherd lovers who volunteer their time and talents to help homeless pets find new families. They are always looking for new volunteers - providing temporary foster homes for these dogs is the big need, but there are many more opportunities to help. Please consider joining their efforts. FRGSR is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization. The goal of Front Range German Shepherd Rescue is to find well-matched, carefully-screened, permanent homes for their dogs. They also provide breed information, nutrition information, referrals, education, and other services.