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Donate to Help Continue Our Mission

We are a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization and rely on donations from generous people in the community.  Our mission is to save dogs and cats in rural shelters by taking them into our rescue or transporting them to other rescues and sanctuaries.

Consider donating on line via our links below or visit us at any on site events and donate in person.  Donations received will be used 100% towards animals that are part of our mission and in our care.

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Events

Looking to meet adoptable pets in person?  Come visit them at any of the events below. 

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Transportation (long or short distance)

  • Basic Grooming

  • Assistance with Adoption Events

  • Photography

  • Social Media 

  • Marketing

Foster

  • Shelter2Rescue Coalition ALWAYS needs  foster parents for the dogs and cats in the shelters we serve.

  • Fosters provide the first step needed to save a life.

  • You provide a home with love and security, and we provide food, medical care, and supplies, if needed.

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adopt a rescue dog

"My experience with Shelter2Rescue was AMAZING! Because of them I have found by BFF.  I was impressed with their level of selfless dedication and screening process to ensure I was the right fit.  When I met Buddy, it was love at first sight.  I'll be forever grateful to them.

- Kim H

dfw rescue dog

"Partnering with Shelter2Rescue for an adoption was such a rewarding experience that we now foster two doggos, Sammy and Ceci."

- Donna 

adopt a dog

"Thank you for the incredible work your team does! We adopted Lucy as a puppy and she won our hearts!"

- Andrea

Testimonials

Mission

Our mission is to save dogs and cats in rural shelters by taking them into our rescue or transporting them to other rescues and sanctuaries.

Vision

Our vision is to educate the community about spay and neuter programs, the importance of vaccinations, and to end the euthanasia of homeless cats and dogs.

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