Facebook *FREE TO GOOD HOME Groups:
Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc.
Facebook Page (NSPCA) 4800 W. Dewey Drive,
Las Vegas, NV 89118 (702) 873-7722
(NSPCA) 4800 W. Dewey Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89118 Located east of Decatur between Tropicana & Russell
They operate a no-kill animal sanctuary, promotes humane education, makes referrals for lower-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services, and challenges people to be the best possible guardians for the companion animals in their care. Look for their adoption “specials”! If you are surrendering your pet, please call them to make an appointment to bring in your pet…they have a waiting list!
10 am-4 pm Mondays through Thursdays
10 am-5 pm Fridays and Saturdays
10 am-1 pm Sundays.
Dog adoption fees are from $50 to $150 which includes spay/neuter, major vaccines, microchip ID, starter food and a free vet check. Senior dogs make excellent and grateful companions…and their adoption fee is greatly discounted.
- The adoption fee for cats 5 years and older includes spay/neuter, major vaccines, microchip ID, starter food, and more is $20.
- The adoption fees for kittens is $70 for those 6 months and younger, and $50 for the “junior kittens” who are between 7 months and less than one year of age. (The same adoption benefits are included with kittens — spay/neuter, major vaccines, microchip ID, starter food, more.)
See the Cat Condo Playrooms by clicking here and view rescued cats living comfortable, social, colorful lives until forever homes are found.
Animal Foundation (formerly Lied)
655 North Mojave Road, Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 384-3333 extension #131 (adoptions) Map
THIS SHELTER IS FOR ADOPTING ONLY
They are a KILL Shelter (see The No Kill Nation below)
They have 100’s of dogs & cats looking for their forever homes. Please help save these wonderful animals through adoption, foster and rescue.
- Adoption Search
- Facebook Page
- Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
- Volunteer Information
- Volunteer Information Orientation
- Foster Information
On November 1, 2013 the Animal Foundation announced the launch of its new Online Foster List, an up-to-the-minute listing of all animals at the shelter currently in need of temporary care in foster homes with members of the community.
The Animal Foundation’s Foster Care Program serves as a lifeline for underage, sick or injured pets who cannot immediately be adopted. Our Foster Families provide quiet, stress-free, and loving environments for the benefit of pets not yet ready to be made available for adoption, allowing every pet that is fostered through our program a better chance at a happier and healthier life with a forever family. The Animal Foundation’s new Online Foster List gives residents 24/7 access to view pets in need of life-saving foster care.
Qualifying adopters age 60 or older can receive a $50 discount on any dog 3 years and older. Must provide photo ID at time of adoption. (Cannot be combined with any other promotion.)
Adult cats are $25 and kittens are $50.
All animals have been:
- Spayed or neutered
- Vet checked
- Temperament tested
- You get a Free bag of food
- Also a Free follow up Vet check
Contact their Rescue Department for more information on their partnerships, or to become an approved rescue partner. AF has a list of the Rescue Groups who have partnered with them. Check out The Animal Foundations SPECIAL EVENTS for 2015
The Adoption Department is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Lost and Found Daily 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- These adoption centers provide space to house adoptable dogs and cats 24 hours a day.
City of Henderson Animal Shelter … (High Kill Shelter)
300 Galleria Drive, Henderson NV 89011
THIS SHELTER IS FOR ADOPTING ONLY
Approximately 100-200 pets are adopted out of this shelter per month. View this video to help you understand why you should adopt a pet from a shelter.
Behavior Help Line (702) 267-4977 Resolving your pet’s behavior problem might be as simple as a phone call away. If you are having behavior problems with your pet, please call us, we can help you.
- Our cats/kittens are adopted for $55.00 each.
- Our dogs/puppies are adopted for $65.00 each.
- Ferrets are adopted for $55.00 each.
This is a national advocacy organization dedicated to ending the systematic killing of healthy and treatable animals in our nations shelters. There are currently over 70 No Kill communities across the country representing roughly 200 towns and cities with more joining the ranks yearly.
Nevada Humane Society (Reno) No Kill (775)856-2000
2825 Longley Lane, Suite B, Reno, NV
“I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by people from the cruelty of human kind”—Mahatma Gandhi
Below are some of the most hard working, dedicated rescue groups in the Las Vegas valley and surrounding areas.
If you are looking for a pet PLEASE visit these groups. Most of these rescue groups have Adoption Events where you can meet the animals up for adoption. Click on their site to see locations and times.
These wonderful animals live in foster homes which provides them with a loving home environment while they’re waiting for their forever home.
Have you ever considered fostering an animal or would like information about fostering? If so, click here for 10 Reasons to Foster a Pet.
If you are surrendering your pet, there are things you should know BEFORE giving your pet to a Rescue Group. Please click here for that important information.
Adopt a Pet (800)Save-A-Pet
Adoption is the loving option… consider adoption before buying a dog from a dog breeder or pet store
Adopt a Rescue Pet
(702) 798-8663 general message line or (702) 883-0035 Founder’s Line
Adopted by a group of individuals who rescued “purebred” dogs scheduled for euthanasia at animal shelters in the Clark Count safe haven for dogs suffering from abuse, neglect or homelessness. In most of these cases, death would have resulted if the animal had entered a municipally funded shelter.
A Home 4 Spot Contact Emily at (702) 588-2301
if you wish to foster, adopt or have questions.
We are dedicated to saving/re-homing as many dogs as we can. We specialize in saving ‘death row’ dogs from our local kill shelters. Our dogs (unless noted) are spayed/fixed, up-to-date on shots, microchipped and fostered in REAL homes by volunteers.
Contact Information: President & Founder: Diana England Email: email@example.com Cell: 702-239-7986
- Tivoli Village @ Alta and Rampart – First Sunday of Every Month Every Sunday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at:
- Petsmart – 9775 W.Charleston Blvd LV (940-5200)
- Petsmart – 531 N.Stephanie St. Henderson (898-0055)
To view Special Events Flyers and dogs for adoption click here
All Fur Love Animals Society Specializing in kittens
(702)362-5617 View Adoptable Cats Here.
We are an 501(c)(3) not for profit rescue that is an all volunteer, foster based organization specializing in rescuing of kittens of 8 weeks or less. We do not have our own facility at this time so please contact us to inquire about a kitten or visit our own adoption locations to see our available felines.
Contact: MAILING ADDRESS ONLY:
10120 W Flamingo Rd, Ste 4657
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Animal Help Alliance (Facebook Page)
The ultimate goal of Animal Help Alliance (AHA) is a No Kill Las Vegas. To that end AHA promotes adoption, foster, and rescue for animals in our local kill shelters.
We save dogs in need from within the community and from local kill shelters. We promote adoption, foster, and rescue for animals in our local kill shelters. The ultimate goal of AHA is a No Kill Las Vegas where no healthy/treatable animal is ever killed.
Betty Honn’s Animal Adoptions (702)361-2484
P O Box 90838 Henderson, NV 89009
“Where the love of animals reigns supreme”. Helping animals since 1968.
Canis Recovery Rescue (702) 883-4582
CharlieTo The Rescue Facebook Page Las Vegas, NV
The Churchill Foundation strives to not only be an animal rescue, but also a community resource that encourages widespread participation and involvement on rescue issues. We hope to create a collaborative coalition of animal enthusiasts that are willing to work together to portray rescue and shelter animals as the loving and lovable companions that they are.
Citizens K9 Club and Rescue (702)302-2667 or
(702) 683-3870 Protection and Handicapped Trained (Certified)
For your family’s safety and the welfare of the dogs, we will conduct an extensive interview to identify your needs
Doberman Rescue of Nevada (702)672-7204
We work with individuals, shelters, humane organizations and other rescue groups to place abandoned, neglected and stray Dobermans in foster homes until we can unite them with families who will give them the second chance they desperately need and so richly deserve. Doberman Rescue of Nevada is affiliated with the Doberman Pinscher Club of America, Special Needs Dobermans and the Senior Doberman Project.
Foreclosed Upon Pets (FUPI) (702)272-0010 Facebook Page
View FUPI’s Dogs and Cats up for adoption
Find out more about FUPI and how THEY can help you or, how YOU can help them. Dog Adoptions are every Saturday 10am to 2pm at various Petsmart locations. Check their Facebook Page for the locations. Cats are available for adoption EVERYDAY at several of these locations.
Read about Foreclosed Upon Pets saving pets from the Animal Foundation (Lied) Kill Shelter, and sending these little dogs to Canada for adoption, where there’s a “shortage” of small dogs like chihuahua’s. Whether you’re looking for assistance with an existing pet or want to adopt one for your family, THEY CAN HELP!
Friends for Life Humane Society
Adoption Events are held at PETCO
Saturday/Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (occasionally we’re at PETCO on Friday, so please call us) View some of our dogs available for adoption.
Friends of Feral Felines Friends of Feral Felines (FOFF) is a no-kill, non-profit, 501(c)-3 organization dedicated to helping abandoned, homeless and in-need cats and kittens.
Furgotten Friends Dog Rescue Jane or Manda at 775-751-0853.
German Shepherd Rescue of Las Vegas 775-910-1640 or 702-279-2934
5 WEEKS OF FREE TRAINING WITH EVERY ADOPTION
Las Vegas, NV 89130
Greyhound Pet Adoptions
PO Box 36748
Las Vegas, NV 89133-6748
Happy Homes Animal Sanctuary 702-203-4134
We are a no-kill, no-cage, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned and homeless cats and dogs. Our mission is to offer care and a peaceful living environment for abused, aged or homeless animals.
Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas (Facebook)
(702)595-0644 E-mail: info@HAVLV.com
Adoption Center and Pet Supply Store
1750 South Rainbow Blvd, Unit # 4
Las Vegas, NV 89146 (In the Starbucks shopping center) (702) 870-0065
Our first adoption center and discount supply store is open for business! Our hours are 10-5, 7 days a week.
Secure loving and stable homes for dogs and cats at risk of being lost in the shelter system.
We are solely supported by the community. With the help of our dedicated volunteers and through our partnerships with other agencies, we aim to reduce the number of dogs and cats lost in the shelter system by promoting owner retention with programs that provide food, veterinary care, and training assistance.
We focus our efforts in the under served areas to impact the numbers of dogs and cats that enter the shelters through our outreach and educational programs.
Heaven Can Wait (702)227-5555
- Focus on spay/neuter efforts on targeted neighborhoods, feral cats, and at-risk dog breeds to reduce the local impound and euthanasia rate
- Form local coalitions with other rescue groups, animal control agencies, and community leaders
- Educate target groups to raise awareness about responsible pet ownership
- Rescue, rehabilitate, and place homeless, unwanted, and abandoned companion animals into permanent homes
- Foster youth involvement through animal-related educational programs
Homeward Bound Cats
702-533-3440 or 702-232-6732
P.O. Box 60025 Las Vegas, NV 89160
If you are surrendering your cat, or found a kitten/cat click here
Our Petsmart Adoption Centers:
Eastern at Russell: Thursday & Friday 12:00-6:00
Saturday & Sunday 11:00-4:00pm
Rainbow and Lake Mead: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm
We are proud to partner with local spay & neuter clinics, allowing us the ability to offer a low cost option to owners of pit bull and pit bull mix dogs. For assistance, please fill out the form at the bottom of their page.
Las Vegas Labrador Rescue (Facebook Page)
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We specialize in rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing Labrador Retrievers. Although we are based in Las Vegas, we will rescue and re-home our dogs out of state. Please keep in mind, even if you cannot adopt at this time, we are always looking for volunteers to be a foster home.
Las Vegas Boxer Club and Rescue
We come together as a team to build a network in the Las Vegas Valley as vast as possible in order to place as many
rescued Boxers as we can in Rescue Approved Homes.
On My Way Home Dachshund Rescue
702-528-6212 e-mail: email@example.com
Located in Henderson, and Las Vegas, NV, with foster homes throughout the valley. Our mission is finding forever homes for displaced dachshunds (and other small breeds).
Our Mission: To provide on-site shelter and care for the pets of the victims of domestic violence. Our Five Year Results – 48,000 boarding nights for over 600 pets. 85% of woman and 63% of children seeking shelter from domestic violence report animal abuse in the home!
Papillon Haven Rescue
We are individuals living across the United State who have been drawn together as Volunteers for the sole purpose of preserving and protecting pure breed and non-pure breed Papillons in need.
Please visit our website for adopting, surrendering or more information on these intelligent and loving Paps.
Paws4Love CATS 702-560-8622
7437 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89123
With respect and compassion for all animal life, we promote lifelong relationships between people and companion animals. Shelter and care is provided for each precious life until adopted into a forever loving home. We envision a day when society will be free from the dangers and nuisances of irresponsible pet ownership, when every pet born will be assured loving care all of its natural life and will suffer due to abuse, neglect or ignorance. Our cats and kittens live in foster homes, so we know them purrfectly well including their purrsonalities and preferences.
Peace Love and Pitbulls (Facebook)
Peace Love and Pit Bulls rescues, trains and places pit bulls. For every pit bull adopted from The Animal Foundation (Lied), 655 N. Mojave, Las Vegas, NV, (702)384-3333 xt 131, they will train the dog for FREE.
Pet Awareness & Welfare Services (PAWS)
702-666-0100 or 888-PAWSLV-1
Mailing address: 848 N. Rainbow Blvd. # 2922 Las Vegas, NV 89107
We help local pet owners suffering from hardship due to income, age, or illness and non-profits/no-kill rescues get the necessary care and services for their pets by providing them with financial support needed to do so.
PetFinders The virtual home of 373,378 adoptable pets from 13,743 adoption groups. They have many great Purebreds that need homes urgently. All come vetted and healthy.
Pilots N Paws will fly them to you if they are in a surrounding state so be sure to check NV, CA, UT, AZ. Operation Roger is a rag-tag group of pet-loving truckers who volunteer to help needy pets get to their new homes and have a better chance at a fun-filled life by giving them a hitch in their cabs and a lot of TLC enroute.
Lost your Pet? Our Lost Pet Postcards service will send hundreds of postcards to the everyone in your neighborhood, and surrounding areas.
Purrfect Friends Cat Adoptions & Rescue
6955 North Durango Drive Suite 1115-261
Las Vegas, NV
Senior Spaniel Rescue 702-300-2808
We are dedicated to finding both foster and permanent homes for senior Springer Spaniels. We focus on placing older rescued Springers. We seek qualified homes for our adoptees, and may be able to provide limited financial assistance for some of the costs of this process to qualified recipients.
• Compassion for senior dogs needing a home
• Desire to help senior citizens find senior dogs . Read more
Southern NV Bully Breed Rescue
Our Chihuahua Rescue Program
Adoptions at Petco in Henderson every Saturday, from 11:00 am till 1:00 pm.
map & directions
For many dogs, especially bully breed types, options for rescue and adoption are very limited. Rehabilitation, if needed, is practically non-existent. SNBBR provides shelter, food, training and medical care to homeless bully breed dogs, and we provide these necessities until the dog finds it’s forever home. SNBBR is the only local rescue organization that focuses specifically on bully breed dogs.
Southern Nevada Beagle Rescue
We are dedicated to the rescue of Beagles and education about responsible dog and puppy ownership. We provide rescue and adoption services primarily in Las Vegas, Henderson, and the rest of Clark County NV and find permanent homes for Beagles who have been surrendered by their owners or who have been abandoned or abused.
We do not house dogs and puppies in a shelter as in many rescue groups. Our dogs are cared for in healthy, safe, loving foster home environments.
P.O. Box 44280 Las Vegas, NV 89104
We are an animal rescue association dedicated to eliminating animal overpopulation, mistreatment and abandonment. We spay/neuter, vaccinate and provide medical treatment to all our rescued animals.
Tame or socialized animals are placed in quality permanent homes. Feral or unsocialized cats are released back to their colonies when it is a safe managed environment.
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Our Motto: “Helping Families, One Pet at a Time”
Our organization is founded on the principle that as people enter the last stages of their lives their companion pets are very dear to them.
We believe that all families should be able to have their companions until the very end whether they are in long term care facilities or hospice. We also act as a rescue organization, providing help for animals that have been abandoned, abused, and unwanted. In short, we are here for “Those Left Behind.”
Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Las Vegas, NV
A Home 4 Spot Ahome4spot@gmail.com
Contact Emily at (702)588-2301 if you wish to foster, adopt or have questions. All dogs rescued by A Home for Spot are housed in foster homes where they are given love, attention, and any medical attention that may be required.
All The Same Wild and Tame Sanctuary
They take in hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rabbits, reptiles, birds, and other exotics, including small dogs and cats.
387 Oak Spring Court Henderson, NV 89015
Donna L. Carlsen (Director)
WHAT IS A FERRET? Ferrets are intelligent, lively, furry mammals (they are NOT rodents!). Cousins of the ferret include the otter, weasel, mink, ermine, skunk and European polecat. An adult female weighs about 1-3 pounds, males are larger and can weigh up to 5-6 pounds. Ferrets come in a variety of colors with Albinos (white with ruby eyes) being the original color of pet ferrets. Other popular colors are sable (with raccoon-like mask), chocolate, silver, and cinnamon, just to name a few.
1137 NE 9th Avenue
Come by Monday thru Sunday from 12:00 – 5:00 PM to visit our facility, meet our animals and fill out an adoption application.
HOPE FOR PAWS Animal Rescue Organization
Facebook Page Phone: 1-310-880-1416
8950 W. Olympic Blvd. #525, Los Angeles, CA 90211
They have many video’s of them rescuing these helpless animals, which are a “must see”! Click on their website or their Facebook page above, to view.
“We save stray animals from the streets to the deserts and all neighborhoods in between who are facing a life of misery and imminent death.”
House with a Heart SENIOR Pet Sanctuary
6409 Stream Valley Way
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20882
Labrador Rescue (Facebook Page) (877) 522-7352
We are a volunteer driven organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating Labradors in need throughout Florida. Our purpose is to find loving, lifetime homes for unwanted or abandoned purebred Labs by preparing prospective families for responsible dog ownership through education and support and by helping neglected Labs become suitable household companions through training and behavior modification.
524 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, West Palm Beach FL 33401.
Please call if you cannot find us at (561)889 8280
We focus on the “underdogs”, the ones with broken bones, behavioral blocks, or mommies with puppies, typically the ones closest to euthanasia. It is our focus to maintain good health and good emotional well being, while developing them into wonderful loving adoptable companions.
25 Davis Avenue, Port Washington, NY 11050 Phone: (516) 883-7575
We are proud to be the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization.
Pet Harbor Nationwide (including Canada) Data Base of Rescue Groups and Shelters
Lost or Found a Pet, Adopt a Pet, ID Search.
The Pets for The Elderly
Phone: (480) 625-4679 Contact: Susan Kurowski
(Executive Director) Their mission is to provide companionship to senior individuals through pet ownership, while saving the lives of companion animals in shelters; animals which might otherwise be destroyed due to lack of appropriate homes, and space limitations.
The Putnam Humane Society (845) 225-7777 Open 7 days a week.
68 Old Route 6, Carmel, NY
The Shelter Project Nationwide database
For a List of Shelters/Rescue Groups by State
River Pet Resort & Rehabilitation 201-945-8500 FAX 201-945-8585
725 River Road, Edgewater, NJ 07020
Read about how they saved a paralyzed and homeless dog.
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance
Blind Dogs See with their Heart (877)BLIND-01
PO Box 63401, Philadelphia, PA 19114 firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Saturdays and Sundays for your convenience. Closed Tues and Wed.
If you would like to know about Shelters and Animal Rescue Groups, and what they really do, click here
9 Rescue Groups That Specialize In Saving SPECIAL NEEDS Dogs
As rescue pets become more and more common family members in today’s households, it’s wonderful to know that there are rescues and shelters out there advocating for, rescuing, and adopting out dogs with all kinds of disabilities.
House with a Heart SENIOR Pet Sanctuary
6409 Stream Valley Way
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20882
Email: email@example.comVolunteer email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer contact #: 240-353-1698
Dogs and Cats can be adopted from the Humane Society, SPCA, adopted from an Animal Rescue Group or rescued off the street, their contribution to the household they are in, is invaluable.
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