Rescue Organizations

 

 

Save an Angel

Save-An-Angel is a New Orleans based, registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, dedicated to curing canine cancers starting with lymphoma – the most common and deadly.  Additionally, we rescue, vet, rehabilitate and transport animals from high kill shelters and off the streets in southern Louisiana into loving forever homes.

WEIMARANER RESCUE of the south

WEIMARANER RESCUE of the South is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our priority is to rescue Weimaraners who find themselves in animal controls and high-kill shelters in Alabama, Mississippi, and parts of Tennessee, Louisiana, and Georgia. We also offer "courtesy posts" for owners who feel they can no longer provide a home for their Weimaraner. All Weimaraners in our care are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and treated for any medical issues they might have, including, but not limited to heartworm disease, orthopedic concerns, vision issues, and anything else needed. Our efforts are funded by adoption fees and donations from "Weim-loving" people like you.

Creole Poodle Rescue

The Creole Poodle Club of New Orleans, Inc. is a not for profit organization that was established in 1956. It was started by a group of poodle enthusiasts who wanted to promote the breed. Most of our original members were involved in showing dogs, but as time has passed the Club has grown to include rescue and public education activities. We rely totally on volunteers who foster the dogs in their homes throughout mostly southeast Louisiana. We rescue poodles and poodle mixes from kill shelters that were either owner surrendered or found as strays. We also take in owner surrenders direct to our organization (no aggressive dogs please). We try to match the home with the personality of the dog. Our volunteers also do vet reference checks and home visits before the dog is placed. We are responsible for making sure the dogs are spayed/neutered, UTD on all shots, given a heart worm test and are started on heart worm prevention, before they go to their new homes.
 

LOUISIANA SPCA

As a nonprofit organization dedicated to the elimination of animal suffering, we have been committed to serving the needs of the people and animals in New Orleans and across the region for more than 125 years.

New Orleans Bulldog Rescue

 New Orleans Bulldog Rescue accepts all breeds of dogs, and offers a variety of programming designed to enhance the human and canine relationship. 

Jefferson SPCA

Committed to making Jefferson Parish a Community where Every Pet has a Home

Krewe Of Mid-City Mutt Mamas Rescue

Our mission is to rescue, our dream is that one day we won't have to.

Humane Society of Louisiana 

Founded in New Orleans in 1988, the Humane Society of Louisiana leads the fight against cruelty to animals statewide. Our effective grassroots charity has aided, rescued and defended hundreds of thousands of animals. With a small, dedicated staff and hundreds of hard working volunteers, we passionately work to defend and protect all animals in need. We are not an affiliate of any larger group and we rely solely on private donations for support

Animal Rescue New Orleans

Animal Rescue New Orleans (ARNO) is an organization created and dedicated to the rescue and aid of abandoned and homeless animals in the New Orleans area, including responding to the immediate needs of those in need of medical care or those too old, too young, too sick, neglected, abused and deprived of love. ARNO promotes the foster, adoption and reunion of pets with caretakers as well as spaying and neutering all companion animals through our no-kill shelter.

 

Plaquemines Animal Welfare Society (PAWS),

a 501c3, no-kill animal shelter located in Belle Chasse, LA, is dedicated to the humane and loving treatment of stray and homeless animals.

Plaquemines Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) mission is to rescue homeless and unwanted companion animals through sheltering and adoption into responsible, loving homes, while advancing community education and services to ensure responsible pet ownership so that in the future companion animals are no longer in need of being rescued.

Our vision is to be a leading expert in the field of animal welfare so that our community and its animals are served through compassion and diligence. We envision a future where the overpopulation of homeless companion animals is eliminated and every adoptable animal is a valued member of a responsible home.