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Long Island Golden Retriever Rescue, Inc. (LIGRR) is a non-profit organization operated exclusively by volunteers dedicated to improving the quality of life of Golden Retrievers who are neglected, abused, or abandoned. Services are also provided to owners who can no longer care for their Golden Retriever. It is our mission to provide veterinary care and loving adoptive homes for any Golden in need – no matter whether the dog is a young puppy or a senior citizen.
Our mission is to be an innovative regional leader in responsible treatment of homeless dogs and cats, primarily through their rescue and placement in forever loving homes, and by promoting spaying and neutering to control pet overpopulation. We accomplish our mission with dedication to our core values and a lifetime commitment to our animals.
The Grand Strand Humane Society exists to improve the quality of life for companion animals by providing shelter and care to the lost, homeless and unwanted animals of the community. We focus on finding adoptive homes for the animals in our shelter, providing low-cost veterinary care to the public, and through community involvement and education we are able to further the bond between people and animals.
The mission of the Guardians is to facilitate and foster programs and activities that further the unique benefits of interaction between people and animals. We are all about compassionate action, about People Helping Animals and Animals Helping People. At its core, we are an animal rights and welfare organization whose members work to protect the wellbeing of all animals and their owners, and come to the aid of those in distress.
The mission of Animals Asia is to end the farming of bears for bile in Vietnam and China, provide sanctuary for bears, end the suffering of wild animals in captivity, and ensure humane treatment of dogs and cats. And their vision is to end cruelty and restore respect for all animals throughout Asia.
Beau’s Bridge Club is an animal welfare organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of pets most at risk in the shelter system through rescue, foster, financial assistance, and adoption.
We believe that all animals deserve a chance at happiness regardless of age or circumstance. Unfortunately, the statistics do not agree and seniors and special needs animals are among the first groups of animals to be euthanized for space in shelters across the United States. We are making a small dent in the statistic by providing space outside the municipal shelter system for these special pets to get the help they need while they wait for their forever home. By taking them out of the shelters we not only free up valuable space for the shelter to save more lives, but allow special needs animals, who may need the extra care and comfort, to be in a home with warmer and cushier surroundings.