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American Kennel Club (AKC) 
Provides links and contact information for pure-breed rescue organizations throughout the U.S.

 

AKC Rescue Network
The largest network of dog rescue groups in the country. Find a group near you.

 

Animals Benefit Club of Arizona

(602) 867- 2169

Telephone hours: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
ABC Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption shelter for dogs and cats.

 

Arizona Animal Welfare League

(602) 273-6852
This is a no kill shelter. If they have no openings, they may refer pet owners to someone who can care for their animal.

 

Arizona Humane Society (AHS)

(602) 997-7585
AHS provides a list of all local rescue clubs.


Citizens for North Phoenix Strays
This is a no kill shelter.


Coalition of All Breed Rescue Association (CABRA)

(480) 874-2511
CABRA provides a list of all breed rescue clubs.


Foothills Animal Rescue

(480) 488-9890
FAR is a cage-free, non profit 501(c)(3) organization that saves lives by rescue, care and adoption of homeless cats and dogs.



Friends for Life Animal Shelter

(480) 497-8296
This is a no kill shelter. If they have no openings, they may refer pet owners to someone who can care for their animal.

 

HALO Animal Rescue
Helping Animals Live On is a no-kill facility where pets are cared for while they are prepared for adoption into loving homes.


Maricopa County Animal Care & Control

(602) 506-7387



Sun Valley Animal Shelter

(623) 872-7941
Telephone hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Temporary housing and medical care to homeless animals needing to find loving, permanent families.



Note:
Many no kill shelters require pets to be young, healthy, current on vaccinations, and with no bad habits. Check with individual shelters for specific requirements.