OUR PARTNERS UP NORTH
Rescues groups in Oregon, Washington and Canada go through a rigorous application process before becoming a Partner.
Specific requirements are:
- Animals cannot be put down for space
- Site visit
- Provide veterinary and local Animal Regulation references
- Provide copies of their adoption applications and contracts
START’S RESCUE PARTNERS
BORN AGAIN PIT BULL RESCUE
BAPBR is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit, no-kill organization, based in Portland, Oregon, dedicated to creating a better future for pit bull type dogs (and some small dogs, too–we call them “Not-a-Bulls”. Everything we do for dogs in need is done through the generous donations of individuals. We at Born Again Pit Bull Rescue (BAPBR) are always working to help unburden crowded animal shelters by transferring pit bull type dogs and small dogs, too (we enter them into our Not-a-Bulls program), into our foster home network. Our foster families provide a soft-landing, consistency and some basic manners, along with lots of love–not to mention a way more fun temporary home than a kennel at a shelter! We are always recruiting to expand our foster home team—please consider opening your home to become an animal angel!
DHANA METTA RESCUE SOCIETY
We are a registered non-profit society, dedicated to all breed dogs primarily located in British Columbia, and on occasion we take part in helping the desperate dogs of California and Louisiana. Our dreams and goals are not only to help abused, neglected, special needs and senior dogs/cats, but to also hold educational workshops for the public.
HEARTLAND HUMANE SOCIETY
In 1966, Heartland Humane Society was founded by a group of concerned Benton County citizens with a mission to build a more compassionate community by teaching humane messages to our youth, caring for homeless animals, and strengthening the human-animal bond. Our organization provides an open door animal shelter where we care for 2,000 – 3,000 animals each year.
LUV A BULL
“Luv-a-Bull Pit Bull” and “Luv-a-Little” small-breed rescue collaborate with partners in Los Angeles to save exceptional dogs from LA shelters and bring them to our facility in Eugene, Oregon. All dogs receive medical care, are spayed/neutered, groomed, evaluated, and put up for adoption
MY WAY HOME DOG RESCUE
My Way Home Dog Rescue is a group of people committed to changing a few dog’s lives by pulling them from over-crowded shelters, fostering them in our homes and finding them great forever homes.
OREGON DOG RESCUE
Oregon Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill shelter located In Tualatin, Oregon. The organization has been operating since 2007. We accept dogs from overcrowded shelters in the Portland metropolitan area, as well as from California. Our facility can accommodate 50 residents at a time. The dogs spend their days in playrooms so that they can socialize with each other and interact with Staff and Volunteers. It also gives us an opportunity to determine what type of situation will best meet each dog’s needs. Oregon Dog Rescue is dedicated to giving our pooches the very best care while they are with us, and finding a great family match for them.
PUGET SOUND RESCUE
Puget Sound Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to animal rescue. Based out of Auburn, Washington It first incorporated in 2009 but has operated unofficially since the 1990’s. Adoptable animals (mostly dogs) are rescued from situations where they are homeless, abused or neglected. They are provided with long-term foster care, where they receive veterinary care and individual attention. Rescue animals are eventually adopted to the homes of carefully screened applicants and loving, forever homes. Puget Sound Rescue is entirely staffed by volunteers.
R.A.I.N. Rescuing Animals In Need
We started out as a small group of animal lovers and shelter volunteers who couldn’t “click off” email pleas any longer . We just started saying YES to dogs in need. Followed by amazing cats in need. We are not breed specific, but do love our Pits and Pit mixes who are always the last in the shelters and first in our hearts. We have connected with great trainers, super adopters and people within the rescue community to build a strong network to help these animals. But we are “DOING IT” and “LOVING IT”. We rescue cats and dogs from high-euthanasia shelters and give them a second chance at life. We also focus on the homeless animals in desperate need of assistance within our local communities. All of our animals are given health exams, spayed and neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped prior to adoption. We also include professional training assistance as part of our adoption package for most dogs.
SAFE HAVEN HUMANE SOCIETY
SafeHaven Humane Society is a private non-profit organization that has been serving Linn County and surrounding communities for more than 35 years. In that time, SafeHaven Humane Society has helped to find forever families for 25,000 animals. SafeHaven Humane Society is not affiliated with any other local or national humane society organization nor does it receive any government funding. SafeHaven Humane Society is located at 33071 Hwy 34 SE in Albany . They can be reached by calling 541-928-2789.
SevaDog is a family style rescue who works together using our “Life Immersion Program” to change behaviors preventing other rescues or shelters from placing them in forever homes. We are the last hope for many of our dogs. We work hard finding compatible homes- offering our support to our families and SevaDogs for the remainder of their lives. Once a SevaDog always a SevaDog! Locally, we’re a resource for spay, neuter, and vet care for low income families.
VALHALLA CANINE RESCUE
Valhalla Canine Rescue is a 501c3 rescue that specializes in medical needs cases and operates the Lewis County Animal bank. They help improve the lives of animals through rescue and education programs. They rescue, care for and re-home all breeds in need.
VANCOUVER SHAR PEI RESCUE
VSPR is a registered not for profit in BC and an SPCA approved rescue based in Vancouver BC. We are a rescue “without borders” and have been able to rescue dogs on the from Alaska to California and east to Alberta.
WILLAMETTE HUMANE SOCIETY (WHS)
The Willamette Humane Society (WHS) was founded in 1965 by local civic leaders and serves Marion and Polk counties. Dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals through leadership, education and action, WHS exists to:
- provide a temporary shelter for homeless animals
- complete families by matching pets with people
- lead the community by teaching respect and compassion for animals
- Support the spay and neuter of companion animals as a means of population control
Willamette Humane Society is an independent, private nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that receives no government funding or financial support from local, regional or national humane organizations.