Jean Harnett established the Foundation and funded the Foundation with gifts from her estate at the time of her death and from her Trust following her death. The original Trust Advisors to the Foundation made gifts in memory of Jean Harnett to animal welfare projects in Trumbull County Ohio and Mercer County Pennsylvania and now that the private charitable foundation has been established the trustees are researching gifts for other animal welfare projects and the churches beloved by both Glenn and Jean.
Since 1999, Petco Love invested millions in adoption and medical care programs, spay and neuter services, pet cancer research and numerous other lifesaving initiatives—always investing wisely in organizations with the most lifesaving impact. In partnership with animal welfare organizations and 1,500 Petco stores across the country, we help bring pets together with loving families every day.
The mission of the Animal Protection League (APL) of Western Pa is to advocate on the behalf of and be a voice for animals. The APL will lead by example and operate in a professional and compassionate manner at every Level of the organization.
Judge's Park is a very small rescue, founded in 2005, helping as many animals as I can. We have found homes for over 1000 small animals!
We are located in Edinburg, PA close to New Castle, Youngstown, and within an hour and a half of Cleveland and an hour from Pittsburgh. Appointments must be made.
An animal shelter dedicated to finding forever homes for neglected animals.
A society that investigates animal abuse, neglect and cruelty in Mercer County PA.
Grove City Area Pet Rescue is a 501C3 organization that helps local animals find forever homes. All of the dogs and cats are examined by a vet, spayed or neutered and current with vaccinations before they are placed. Adult dogs are tested for heartworms and cats/kittens are tested for FIV/FeLV.
The Lawrence County Animal Relief Fund (LC-ARF) in a co-operative effort with local veterinarians has already achieved the spaying or neutering of over 4,800 cats in Lawrence County. We want to humanely reduce feral cat colonies through a Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program.
We are available by appointment.
Please Call Our Office 330-675-2787
We have numerous applicants for each dog, and do our best to find each dog the best home.
If you are not chosen, please continue to watch our website for available dogs.
The Volunteers of The Trumbull County Pound and Community
Helping the dogs of this county...
dogs IN the pound, and dogs trying to stay OUT.
An organization dedicated to addressing the issues of homeless, unwanted, neglected, and abused dogs and cats through community service, education, and spay-neuter programs.
We are an all volunteer non-profit organization
rescuing dogs, puppies, cats, kittens and horses. Animals are available for adoption. We promote the trap, spay & neuter, and release of feral cats.
A low-income spay and neuter program is also available.
We provide adoptions, surrenders, rescue, medical rehab, and education of the breed.
We aim to provide the best care for any and all dogs in need that find themselves at our doorstep.
We place them in homes that will last them the rest of their lives. We want these dogs to receive the level of love and dedication that they show us .
Never Muzzled’s main focus is helping BACKYARD DOGS. We educate the public about the dangers of keeping a dog outside through community efforts and events.
We also work with families to provide adequate shelter and medical care.
If you love them, bring them in.
We are a small volunteer organization operating from within Ellwood City that promotes affordable spay/neuter efforts in Lawrence County and surrounding areas. We also extend these services to local animal shelters and charities. We are not involved in animal control and we do not have an existing shelter, kennel, or sanctuary. From time to time, we adopt suitable animals into loving homes.
A place to post our adoptable
vetted cats and kittens to find good homes.
Jenny’s Dream is a 501C3 not-for-profit dog rescue located in Pennsylvania. Founder, Tracy Rivers, works tirelessly saving as many abandoned, abused and neglected souls as she possibly can. Whether the dogs are left starving on the side of the road or ditched at a high-kill shelter with little or no hope of getting out alive, she is there fighting to save them.
The Portage Animal Protective League is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, dedicated to the care and welfare of the abused, abandoned, sick and injured animals. Almost 1000 such animals come to us each year. Our Humane Officer works tirelessly to uphold and enforce the Ohio animal cruelty laws in all of Portage County.
All of our efforts are funded through donations. We do charge adoption fees to partially offset operating costs which include some required immunizations, spay and neuter and many times, needed surgeries to mend broken limbs or medical care for serious illness.
Since 1953, the Lawrence County Humane Society has helped prevent cruelty to animals and provide a safe haven for lost pets and the homeless animals. They are provided a comfortable living environment, food, shelter, basic medical evaluations and care, vaccinations, SNAP testing, micro-chipping, spay/neuter procedure and most of all plenty of LOVE. Our staff is dedicated to providing compassionate care to the animals while in their time of need until completing our ultimate goal of placing them into a new forever home. https://www.facebook.com/humanesocietyoflawrencecounty
Rescue and place Bully's!
Education about the TRUE HISTORY of the American Pit Bull Terrier game dog and to debunk common myths and misconceptions!
A non-profit organization with a mission being the rescue and placing of abused, neglected and homeless animals.
AATP strives to place all of our animals in loving, forever homes with people who understand that a pet is not an object, but a family member. Every rescue we take on has already been abandoned once, and it's our goal to ensure that it never happens again.
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Tails of Hope, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity and all donations are fully tax deductible to the extent required by law.
Tails of Hope's federal tax ID number is: 81-1070254
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By donating to the only non-profit Spay/Neuter clinic in Mercer County, PA, you can become part of a lifesaving community.
Our mission focuses on addressing the Root Cause of pet overpopulation, homelessness and the reason
why many animals enter shelters in the first place.