Wild Horse Rescue

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We are dedicated to the preservation of the spirit of the west by saving America's wild heritage, the Mustang. At the center, Mustangs rescued from abuse or neglect are rehabilitated and adopted out to qualifying homes. We have recently acquired 501(c) nonprofit status and will be expanding our facilities and training center.
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We also assist the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) as a safe holding center for reassignment cases.
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Since it's inception six years ago, over sixty Mustangs have been rescued, gentled or owner-mentored. We educate the public to the plight of these magnificent creatures by providing workshops, clinics and lectures. Groups, such as the 4H, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts come to learn about the history of Mustangs and observe a horse gentling demonstration. We promote the breed at Bureau of Land Management adoptions, schools, county fairs and wild life festivals.
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We also mentor Mustang owners in the care and gentling of their newly adopted wild horses. WHR is available for special events and clinics. Please contact us for more information.
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Wyomie was the first Mustang to be rescued by WHR. Wyomie is a very special wild horse that was returned back to the wild. She is located at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in Hot Springs, South Dakota.
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To learn more about Wyomie's story please visit her special website at freewyomie.freeservers.com
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For more information please contact:

Diane Delano
4970 International Avenue
Mims, Florida
32754

Tel. 321-427-1523


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Family Dogs New Life ~ No Kill Shelter ~ Portland


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Family Dogs New Life is a no kill dog shelter dedicated to rescuing and rehoming needy dogs regardless of age, breed or history. We take in dogs from Animal Control Agencies and Humane Societies located within the state of Oregon as well as Washington. We also work with many smaller Rescue Groups across the country, as well as a small number of owner surrendered dogs. We specialize in helping dogs that have no other options. This includes dogs that other shelters do not have space for, long term residents who have run out of time and dogs that other shelters may consider ‘unadoptable’.
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Since Family Dogs New Life Shelter began in 2004 we have placed over 6000 dogs into permanent homes and could very possibly have the pet you have been longing for, so come on in and meet some of our furry kids! With your help we hope to continue reducing the number of dogs being euthanized each year by taking in needy dogs, providing them a fun and healthy environment until we are able to find them the perfect forever home. We have high hopes of expanding in the future, one day moving to a new larger facility that better fits our dogs needs and eventually starting a sanctuary in the country to provide refuge for ‘un adoptable’ dogs who have no place else to go….Family Dogs believes in community, and we hope that with your support we can reach these goals. Together we can make a difference.


Show Your Support

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The Family Dogs Marketplace



We’ve got lots of cool stuff for sale, your purchase of these items helps give our dogs a safe, happy place to live while they’re waiting for their forever home.
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2010 Family Dogs New Life Calendar.
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12 months of beautiful photographs. 12 months of beautiful dogs.
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As always, all proceeds from the sale of this calendar go directly to our shelter. So you can feel great about supporting a wonderful cause, month after month. Order yours Here







These Family Dogs T-Shirts are super cool.
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Asphalt gray American Apparel t shirts available in XS, S, M, L, XL just $20 bucks!

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Stop by the shelter and pick yours up-Buy a shirt and support our shelter, you know all the proceeds from the sale of this shirt go directly to the dogs.Wear the shirt and show off your support.
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Click Here to visit our cafepress storefront where we have lots of great Family Dogs New Life products available for purchase online. And once again, all the proceeds from the sale of any of these items help support our shelter.




Would You Like More Information?


We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or would like more information about us and our services.
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Family Dogs New Life
9101 SE Stanley Ave
Portland, Oregon
97206
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Click here for a map and directions.

Phone: (503) 771-5596
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Or better yet send us an e-mail at bark@familydogsnewlife.org
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Noah's Friends Animal Sanctuary



Noah's Friends
Animal Sanctuary



A no-kill shelter located east of Reedley, CA at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.


Although our primary focus is to rescue and re-home dogs, we have been known to also care for more than a few cats too!
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We are an all-volunteer organization open by appointment only.
If you are interested in adopting a dog, please browse our Petfinders listings and contact us by email, or by phone at (559) 626-0738.
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We'd love to talk to you about the wonderful dogs at Noah's!


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See all our animals online at Petfinders

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Friends of the Shelter ~ A Non-Profit organization,

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A non-profit animal rescue organization composed exclusively of volunteers, with an office on the grounds of the Alameda County Fairmont Animal Shelter in San Leandro, Ca (located in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area)




Volunteer & Donation Opportunities at FOFAS

If you love animals, FOFAS has the volunteer opportunity that's just right for you! Below is one example of a way you can help by filling currently open volunteer positions:

Dog Fosters We need dog fosters, so more shelter dogs can make it safely to new adoptive homes.
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Cat and Kitten Fosters: Spring and Summer are a busy time for the shelter. Kitten season is upon us and we need people to help care for and socialize the kittens to get them ready for adoption.
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Cat Photographers: Love animals? Love photography? Why not combine the two? FOFAS is looking for someone to take pictures and write bios of incoming cats for our website. Flexible schedule, requiring approximately 2-4 hours a week.

Dog Photographer: If you enjoy the antics of doggies hamming it up for the camera, here's a great way to spend a few hours every other Sunday. Dog photographers work with another (experienced!) volunteer to photograph incoming dogs for publicity/web site posting, then crop and/or edit the photos at home and email them to other volunteers for posting.
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Dog Walkers: Get some exercise and make a dog's day. We need more dog walkers to help us get our canine friends out of their cages.
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Donations: Perhaps you don't have time to volunteer right now.

Monetary donations of any amount are always gratefully accepted, or consider donating some wet kitten food to help us feed the many kittens coming through the shelter this summer. FOFAS gratefully accepts donations of UNOPENED cans or bags of food (our shelter veterinarian requests that we not accept opened bags of food). You may drop the food off at the shelter or consider a Petsmart gift card.



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If you are interested in these or other volunteer positions,
please see our
Volunteering Page.
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All volunteers must attend a Volunteer Orientation.

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We currently have

6 dogs
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36 cats

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and 2 other animals waiting to be adopted.
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Volunteer Office:
2700 Fairmont Drive
San Leandro, California
94578-0247
(Located next to the Animal Shelter. Follow the green paw prints down to the volunteer office.)
Please call prior to going to the volunteer office to make sure a volunteer is present to help you.
Phone Number: (510) 352-0598 or (510) 667-7736
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Hours: Open everyday 12:00 - 4:00PM - Closed only on holidays
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The Shelter Pet Project

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The Shelter Pet Project (SPP), a PSA campaign aimed at increasing the rate of shelter pet adoption in the US by dispelling myths about these lovable animals - which keep many from finding homes.
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We're looking to give shelter pets an image makeover, letting the 17 million people who plan on getting a companion animal this year know that shelters should be the first and best place to find them.
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In addition, the interactive Shelter Pet Project website has some great adoption resources that you can check out, like a Pet Personals matching questionnaire and e-cards to send to friends and family.TheShelterPetProject.org
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Shelter Pet Twitter:
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Shelter Pet Facebook Fan Page:
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I look forward to hearing from you!
All the best,
Deana

Ben's Place is a No Kill Animal Shelter

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Ben's Place is a No Kill animal shelter & pet rescue organization. We are located in Holmes County, Florida. We are always in need of volunteers, donations and families that are willing to adopt these beautiful animals and give them loving, caring homes.
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Ben's Place is a No Kill dog shelter & rescue organization that specializes in canine adoptions. We offer a safe environment for abandoned, stray and unwanted dogs.
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Our 80 acre no kill shelter in Holmes County Florida gives the dogs plenty of room to run, play, socialize and just be dogs. We are currently the only dog shelter and rescue group in Holmes County Florida.
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All donations to Ben's Place go to the care of the dogs living at our shelter and for the upkeep and/or any improvements needed to the shelter itself. All money donated by sponsors go to supporting the individual animal the sponsor chose when making his or her donation.

All money donated to Ben's Place is invested in the welfare and health of the stray, lost and abandoned dogs in our community. Ben's Place is a Not For Profit dog rescue shelter.
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Ben's place is located in Bonifay Florida which is in Holmes County.
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Our address is:
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1211 Sam Ard Road
Bonifay Florida
32425
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Our phone number:
1-850-263-7693

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