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The Lander Pet Connection (Lander, Wyoming 82520) was founded in 1996 by Sydney Miller to rescue abandoned and homeless companion animals, and to provide them with new, loving adoptive homes.

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We exist because Lander has no animal shelter so stray dogs, unwanted cats, abandoned puppies, abused pets and all other homeless companion animals have nowhere to turn. Previously, stray dogs impounded by Animal Control were taken to the Wind River Vet Clinic, who was contracted and paid by the city of Lander to keep a dog for five days (there is no city provision of any kind for cats). Because any dog not retrieved by its owner or adopted within five days would be destroyed, the Lander Pet Connection was born.

Once a dog comes to our facility, the Lander Pet Connection steps in and picks up the full cost of boarding and feeding the animal until a home can be found. The care LPC provides includes walking, training, socializing, paying for medical treatment, spaying and neutering, feeding, networking for possible adopters, locating foster homes and advertising the animals’ availability.

We are a no-kill facility.  Once an animal is with us, s/he stays until a wonderful home has been found.

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Black Dog Animal Rescue (Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003) is a small volunteer-run organization that is working towards a no-kill Wyoming.

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BDAR believes that no healthy, treatable, or rehabilitatable animal should be euthanized in Wyoming’s shelters because of population restrictions the length of time it may take to find a permanent home.

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The mission of Small Paws® Rescue Inc., a charitable, Federal not-for-profit organization, is to rescue and supply non-aggressive Bichons, nationwide, with love, shelter, food, human companionship, and medical care, until permanent placement is secured into a pre-screened loving home, as the rescue’s resources allow.

Small Paws takes responsibility for each Bichon rescued and placed. should they ever need to return to Small Paws during their lifetime.

Small Paws Rescue Inc. is composed of approximately 6000 people in 26 countries, and over eight hundred volunteers across America. The volunteers are willing to foster, transport, or otherwise assist in this massive rescue effort. Small Paws is supported entirely by donations and fund raisers.

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St. Francis Animal Shelter (Buffalo, Wyoming 82834) provides a temporary home for lost and found pets.

The shelter locates the owners or arranges adoption for the pets, and provides the best possible care for all pets in the shelter.

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At the Westie Rescue USA web site you can learn more about West Highland White Terriers, find your local Westie rescue contact, volunteer to help Westies, or report a Westie in need.

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Wheatens In Need is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing abandoned, abused, unwanted, or otherwise homeless Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers. Each dog is carefully evaluated for temperament and personality for a minimum of two weeks, before being placed into a carefully screened home.

A large network of volunteer Wheaten Terrier lovers provides foster homes and transportation throughout the U.S. and Canada. Wheatens In Need has rehomed more than 500 Wheatens since 1998.

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Companion Golden Retriever Rescue (West Jordan, Utah 84084) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of homeless Golden Retrievers. The rescue works to place loving Golden Retrievers into permanent homes. These dogs come from a variety of backgrounds, and are carefully screened to check for health and temperament concerns. All dogs of all ages placed by CGRR are spayed or neutered, unless their health prevents such surgery. Pups too young for neutering are placed on a conditional contract requiring that they be altered when they reach the age of 6 months.

CGRR serves the Intermountain West, accepting and placing dogs in Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, and Nevada.

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United Yorkie Rescue is a national Yorkshire Terrier and Yorkie mix rescue organization. The rescue is 501(c)(3) approved, and listed on GuideStar.

United Yorkie Rescue has pledged to rescue all Yorkies and Yorkie mixes in need, regardless of size, age, or health condition. In addition, the rescue is devoted to providing love, nourishment, rehabilitation, socialization, and “pawesome” forever homes.

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Eskie Rescuers United (Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52408) is a nationwide 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue dedicated to the American Eskimo dog. Save a life; adopt a rescue dog.

Eskie Rescuers United (ERU) is made up entirely of volunteers. They don’t have any building or offices; they’re just a group of people who have opened up their homes to foster dogs that are in need. Volunteers are spread across the United States, and they keep in contact by email, the Internet, and by telephone. No one is paid a salary and most of the volunteers have regular jobs in addition to their work for ERU. You can help by being understanding if the volunteers are unable to pick up a dog, or deliver a dog to you, or do things as quickly as you might like. Most of them have to schedule these things around their jobs and other family commitments.

ERU doesn’t make money by selling dogs. In fact, they lose money with each dog that they foster and adopt out. Most of their money is spent on vet care for the foster dogs. Donations and fundraising help make up the difference.

The dogs we foster come from many places. Some are turned in by their owners who can no longer care for them. Others are found as stray dogs, or for one reason or another they wind up in dog shelters. As you probably know, there are too many dogs without homes in the United States, and the majority of them have to be put to sleep due to overcrowded conditions in shelters. ERU works to save as many American Eskimo dogs that we can by rescuing them. We then foster the dogs in the volunteer’s homes, provide veterinary care, and put a profile for the dog on our website.

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Samoyed Rescue Alliance is an affiliation of local Samoyed rescue organizations from across the U.S.

The web site offers information on Samoyeds, adopting a Sam, available dogs, local rescue contacts, training and behavior, how to help rescue, responsible breeding, and more.

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