Pinnacle Animal Hospital (San Jose, California 95118) is a new, state-of-the-art, AAHA-accredited veterinary clinic for cats and dogs.
Its veterinarians, Dr Andrea Moore, Dr Michelle Forgy, Dr Danna Breinberg, and Dr Renee St. Germaine, practice modern, personalized medicine and are supported by a fantastic team.
Pinnacle Animal Hospital is located at the corner of Branham Lane and Meridian Avenue, just a short drive from Willow Glen, Almaden, Los Gatos, and other areas of San Jose.
Posted in PetWork California, PetWork Cats, PetWork Dogs, PetWork Vets - Hospitals & Clinics |
Founded in 2010, San Jose Animal Advocates (San Jose, California) is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization made up of compassionate people who love their pets, and want to help save more shelter pets in their community.
Looking to add a pet to your household? It can be an overwhelming process — but help is here! San Jose Animal Advocates can help you find the perfect pet. You tell them what you want, and they do the legwork. Pets they recommend come from local animal welfare organizations (shelters and rescue groups). You save a life, support local groups in your community, and give a loving homeless pet a new start.
Posted in PetWork California, PetWork Cats, PetWork Dogs, PetWork Shelters & Rescues |
Rocket Dog Rescue is a San Francisco Bay Area dog rescue organization run by a group of dedicated volunteers.
Rocket Dog Rescue saves dogs from death at over-crowded shelters and finds them loving, happy homes. Now into its tenth year, RDR is stronger than ever, and has saved the lives of over 6,500 animals.
Are you looking to adopt a dog in the San Francisco Bay Area? Look no further…
Posted in PetWork California, PetWork Dogs, PetWork Shelters & Rescues |
The Colorado Canine Rescue (Englewood, Colorado 80113) takes in dogs of all breeds, from Chihuahuas to Pit Bulls, as well as mixed breeds and mutts.
Posted in PetWork Colorado, PetWork Dogs, PetWork Shelters & Rescues |
Lost Dogs DFW is a web site where you can place free ads for lost and found dogs in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.
Once you post an ad on the site, it’s automatically added to Lost Dog DFW’s Facebook page and Twitter feed. You then have the option of posting it to your Facebook profile or page(s) as well as emailing a link or printing a flyer. You can also create a custom flyer to share online or print and post around town.
Lost Dogs DFW has RSS feeds and a Facebook app that allow other groups to access your ad remotely.
Posted in PetWork Dogs, PetWork Lost & Found Pets, PetWork Texas |
Bedford Corners Cats (Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, New York) is a TNR and cat rescue group.
Ask them about their kitties available for adoption!
Posted in PetWork Cats, PetWork New York, PetWork Shelters & Rescues |
The San Ramon Veterinary Hospital (San Ramon, California 94583) is proud to serve the San Ramon area for everything pet related. The veterinary clinic and animal hospital is run by Dr. Jaswinder Goraya, who is a licensed, experienced San Ramon veterinarian.
The hospital’s team is committed to educating their clients in how to keep their pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise. San Ramon Veterinary Hospital stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
Posted in PetWork California, PetWork Cats, PetWork Dogs, PetWork News, PetWork Vets - Hospitals & Clinics |
The staff of the Animal Hospital of Woodstock (Woodstock, Illinois 60098) believe sthe relationship we have with our pets adds a vital benefit to our lives and that our pets are truly members of our families.
Through innovation, professional competence, and high ethical standards, the mission of the Animal Hospital of Woodstock is to provide care for their medical needs, preventative health and welfare. They have assembled a highly trained and competent staff to meet these goals.
Posted in PetWork Cats, PetWork Dogs, PetWork Illinois, PetWork Vets - Hospitals & Clinics |
The Homes for Horses Coalition is supported by Animal Welfare Institute, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and The Humane Society of the United States through the Jeannie Dodson Equine Protection Fund.
The Coalition is dedicated to ending horse slaughter and other forms of equine abuse, while promoting growth, collaboration, and professionalism in the equine rescue and protection community. There is no cost for HHC membership.
This group of professionals is working together to actively promote the welfare and protection of horses and other equines. By working to end horse slaughter and other forms of equine cruelty, provide care and homes to horses in need, advance the highest operating standards for equine rescue and retirement homes, and promote responsible horse ownership, the Homes for Horses Coalition is actively engaged in improving the lives of America’s equines.
Many of the coalition’s members operate equine care facilities while others are involved in government policy affecting horses and other equines. The coalition also partners with professionals in the field, including breeders, trainers, and veterinarians. The cumulative expertise of the group puts the Homes for Horses Coalition in a unique position to advocate for equines from a highly informed perspective that, most importantly, always puts the welfare of equines above commercial interests.
The Homes for Horses Coalition believes that:
- Every horse has intrinsic value and deserves humane treatment at all stages in life.
- The horse industry, including the equine veterinary medical profession, has an obligation to promote responsible horse breeding, ownership and care.
- Horse owners have a responsibility to provide high-quality, long-term care for their horses.
- All horses deserve a humane end to life and that horse slaughter is neither humane nor acceptable.
Posted in PetWork Animal Welfare / Animal Rights, PetWork Horses & Ponies, PetWork National Organizations |
The Pilots N Paws web site is is intended to be a meeting place for those who rescue, shelter, or foster animals, and volunteer pilots and plane owners willing to assist with the transportation of animals. It is not the intent of Pilots N Paws to coordinate or arrange these valuable services, but to provide the environment in which those involved can come together in a common place and arrange or schedule rescue flights, overnight foster care or shelter and all other related activities.
Through the discussion board, those involved can exchange information about transports publicly so that they can set up an entire transport and share all information necessary to successfully accomplish the goal, and also allow others to volunteer their efforts if they see help is needed to save animals.
All participants are encouraged to check daily for various new listings on the discussion board for purposes of volunteering or assisting in an effort to save animals. The discussion board is also intended for participants to develop friendships and relationships and to get to know one another because we are all working for a common goal.
The only request for those participating is to be aware of the concerns of others. For that reason there are links to general information that is specific to pilots or those involved in the sheltering or rescue. Aviation is a wonderful alternative to ground transports, but those involved will have concerns not generally faced by ground transporters.
Posted in PetWork Emergency/Crisis Aid, PetWork National Organizations, PetWork Special Programs |