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1.Friend For Life
143 W Vaughn Ave
KennelsAnimal SheltersPet Boarding & KennelsPet Services
Established in 1993, Friends for Life Animal Sanctuary, formerly known as Friends for Life, is a volunteer-based organization that offers rescue and housing services for homeless animals. The sanctuary is a member of the Alliance for Companion Animals, which is a coalition of more than10 animal welfare groups of Arizona. It handles over 1,200 animals annually. Friends for Life Animal Sanctuary also provides adoption services for stray animals. The sanctuary offers spaying and neutering programs for feral cats. It additionally educates people about pet overpopulation. Friends for Life Animal Sanctuary receives funds from community service providers for veterinary care, surgeries and medication. The sanctuary maintains feeding stations that provide food and water services.
2.Wildhorse Ranch Rescue
11811 S Lindsay Rd
Humane SocietiesAnimal SheltersAnimal Shows & OrganizationsPet Stores
We save animals from abuse. Neglect. Slaughter and premature death by providing a safe place for them to live until they are adopted. Or for the remainder of their lives.
3.Healing Hearts Animal Rescue & Refuge
1545 N McQueen Rd
KennelsAnimal SheltersPet Boarding & Kennels
4.Arizona Humane Society
755 W Baseline Rd
Humane SocietiesAnimal Removal Services
5.Mesa Environmental Management
20 E Main St
City, Village & Township GovernmentGovernment OfficesAnimal Shelters
The City Manager s office is a part of the government of the City of Mesa in Arizona. The office is responsible for the coordination of various departments. It prepares annual operating and capital budgets. The City Manager s office also develops management policies and procedures. The city offers a range of community and economic development services. It maintains a fire department that provides fire prevention and suppression solutions. The City of Mesa operates a police department that works for the protection of residents lives and properties. It maintains parks and recreational and commercial facilities. In addition, the city offers animal control, building permitting and emergency management services.
6.Maricopa County Government Pet Adoptions Dogs and Cats
2630 W Rio Salado Pkwy
Animal SheltersHumane Societies
7.Animal Protection Foundation
2383 E Springfield Pl
Humane SocietiesAnimal Shelters
8.Meals on Wheels for Homeless Animals Corporation
5235 E Southern Ave Ste 213
9.Standing Proud Pit Bull Rescue Center Corp.
Standing Proud Pit Bull Rescue Center Corp. is a 501(c)(3) charity located in and around Mesa, AZ. Standing Proud Pit Bull Rescue focuses on the rescuing, rehabilitation, adoption, and education of pit bull type dogs throughout Maricopa County, AZ.
10.Canine Academy Training
PO Box 61021
Dog TrainingAnimal Shelters
11.Desert Paws Rescue
8761 E Portobello Ave
Animal SheltersHumane Societies
12.Happy Tails Dachshund Rescue
PO Box 116
13.Desert Paws Rescue
1265 S Aaron
Animal SheltersAnimal Removal Services
14.Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
2323 S Hardy Dr
15.Rescue Cat & Dog Rescue Org
4246 E Ponca St
16.Arizona Humane Society
1521 W Dobbins Rd
Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesAnimal Removal ServicesCharities
AHS brings in about $13 MILLION DOLLARS a year! The AHS Director makes over $118,000 each year! American Humane Society volunteers say that AHS has a very casual attitude about killing animals and looks for every possible, flimsy EXCUSE to euthanize them! AHS has assets of $31 MILLION DOLLARS. They blow a huge amount of money on everything, EXCEPT caring for their animals. The Arizona Humane Society's kennels are half empty, because they have already killed most of the potential pets (cats and dogs). They routinely kill litters of kittens and puppies. Sixty percent (60%) of all animals turned in to Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (the Phoenix, Arizona "Pound") leave there, ALIVE! Only forty-five percent (45%) of all animals turned in to the Arizona Humane Society leave there, ALIVE! The Arizona "Humane" Society states, "We care for over 46,000 animals annually." What AHS fails to mention is that they KILL the majority of those animals! They just killed the beloved kitten of a very poor man. His mother offered to put AHS' required $400 payment on her credit card, over the phone (because she lives in the Mid-West). She also offered to wire the money to her son, so that he could give cash to AHS. AHS completely refused to wait even a few hours for the money. Instead, they pressured the man to sign his kitten over to them. The AHS promised the man that they would tend to his kitten's injuries and either give the kitten back to the man or else put it in a foster home. Instead, they KILLED the kitten, a few hours later! This man's kitten was his whole life. She helped him stay clean and sober. She was his "baby." This was not an isolated incident. What the Arizona "Humane" Society did to this little cat (Scruffy) and its owner was just business, as usual; i.e., standard operating procedure. My family, friends, co-workers and I have had numerous dealings with AHS, over a period of many years. I can tell you that AHS does this kind of thing on a regular basis! They routinely kill cats and dogs, very quickly, within hours after the pets have been surrendered to them. They treat pets and people like dirt but the truth is coming out, at last. To add insult to injury, AHS uses a large number of COMPLETELY UNPAID volunteers, which leaves AHS even more money for so-called administrative costs and for the giant salaries of their over-paid Director and other Executive Staff! Lastly, while some other Arizona animal-rescue organizations have a four-star rating, AHS only squeaked by with a three-star rating. Why is AHS' rating so low?
17.Apache Junction Animal Control
725 E Baseline Ave
City, Village & Township GovernmentAnimal SheltersGovernment Offices
This is NOT a no-kill shelter. Staff directed us to call Pinal Animal Rescue 480-431-1311. Good luck!
18.Arizona Humane Society
2502 E Camelback Rd Ste 167
Humane SocietiesAnimal SheltersAnimal Shows & Organizations
I don't know how many times I have gone out the Campus for Compassion and seen at least half the kennels empty. I ask where they are they tell me adopted. BS I have a brick in the walkway there so I go periodically. The empty kennels still sit there while a beautiful building with a full staff does little of nothing. I will never donate anything to them again.
19.Small Dog Rescue
348 S 40th St
3018 N 16th St
Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesAnimal Removal Services
21.Phoenix Dog Pound
615 N 48th St
Government OfficesCity, Village & Township Government
22.Animal Defense League Of Az
15 N 40th Pl
Humane SocietiesAnimal Shows & Organizations
23.Lucky Paws Shelter & Thrift Store
6423 E Thomas Rd
Animal SheltersAnimal Shows & OrganizationsAnimal Removal Services
24.CAUSE4PAWS PET FOOD BANK
7201 E Solano Dr
Animal SheltersFood BanksCharities
25.Lucky Paws Rescue
6423 E Thomas Rd
Humane SocietiesAnimal Shelters
This place is awesome! It is cage-free and all the animals have bedrooms with couches and furniture! I have adopted from here and both my cats and dogs are super socialized and had no transition period going from a shelter to my house. I would absolutely go here again! They also have a thrift store and, the rabbits and cats are raised together!
26.Poopy DO Service
3219 E Camelback Rd # 380
Pet Sitting & Exercising ServicesAnimal SheltersPet Boarding & KennelsPet Waste Removal
i like the wed page and like me fine puppy
27.Arizona Animal Welfare League
30 N 40th Pl
Animal SheltersPet StoresHumane SocietiesCharities
This is a fantastic organization to support. It is a no-kill shelter. Animals brought here are not killed if they are not found a new home. This is such a fantastic place. There is an interview process in order to get an animal from them, they don't just hand the animals over to anybody. They have classes and trainings and you can also volunteer to help out. I can't say enough good stuff about this place!
28.Emergency Animal Medical
1521 W Dobbins Rd
29.Maricopa County Animal Shelter
2500 S 27th Ave
County & Parish GovernmentGovernment OfficesAnimal Shelters
Lost my seven mth pit bull mix He's white with blk and brown spots brown face he's name is ese plz email me at email@example.com. I lost him around 35 in McDowell...avenues lease help we love him so much n miss him he needs to come home
30.Arizona Humane Society
9226 N 13th Ave
Humane SocietiesAnimal SheltersPet StoresAnimal Removal Services
I CANNOT believe the previous reviews. Obviously it is because both of them didn't actually get to be IN the building and BE a consumer.\r \r This facility is unbelievably fantastic (and I went to the old facility a few times). Open areas, nice sized pens, one-on-one excercize, A/C (I remember the old swamp coolers), heat, calming music in the kennels. \r \r If there is one thing that I would highly recommend is their web site. Amazing! A wealth of information. I picked six dogs to view and did. The staff was beyond helpful! I chose an eight year-old dog who had been there two months. She was dropped off by the former owners because she was ""too much trouble"" and they couldn't handle it. This is the EASIEST dog I have ever had. Of course, the former owners turned her in when she was pregnant. In eight years she had never seen a veterinarian. So ask to see the form and don't believe it all! \r \r The Humane Society staff and volunteers were nice at every turn, every person that I met. Helpful, answered questions, were upbeat, attentive and even gave me a free bag of Science Diet, all for less that $50.00. Don't forget the spaying, shots, new owner packet, free vet visit, registration and of course, the wonderful dog that is now my shadow!\r \r UPDATE - I called the Humane Society and left a message that I lost her paperwork in my move and was going to board her in three days... can they look up by my name and her license number the information and fax it or mail it? A staff member immediately called me back and had my dogs information RIGHT in FRONT of her as we spoke. She said she could fax it now or mail it tomorrow morning and the veterinarian there would sign off on it. THEN she asked me how my dog was? Now that is customer service and concerned, responsible folks. I'd give them six stars if I could.\r \r I have no idea what these people's problems are that left the previous ratings but I bet there's a bigger story than what's read here.\r \r
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