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Top-Rated Rescue Organizations
Indianapolis, IN 46204 Another Chance for English Setters (A.C.E.S) is a group of volunteers who are dedicated to rescuing homeless and displaced English Setter dogs, fostering them, and then placing in new, loving "forever" homes. The welfare of homeless English Setters is our first concern.
Rescue Organizations 2589 south roena st Indianapolis, IN 46241 We are a rescue for the African Basenji dog and Shiba Inu with the goal of placing Basenji and Shiba Inu into loving caring homes.Covering the midwest and Northeast.
Indianapolis, IN 46241 We are a rescue for the African Basenji dog and Shiba Inu with the goal of placing Basenji and Shiba Inu into loving caring homes.Covering the midwest and Northeast. Tax ID number 16-1633439 Missouri Dept.of Ag Rescue License RQ-00005197 .
Adopting a friend
We do require an application for information and a home visit. Adoption fee is 150.00 to 225.00 for ones in our care, we do at times have special adoption rates for Bmixes and we also offer discount adoption rates for the handicapped and senior citizen. If it is a direct placement by the owner the fee is between the owner and the adopting party and an application is still required. We provide support for life of the adopted B or Bmix.
Indianapolis, IN 46254 Kentuckiana Pug Rescue serves needy pugs in Indiana and Kentucky. Please visit www.kentuckianapugs.com and consider donating to a needy pug.
Rescue Organizations 5703 blue spruce dr. indianapolis, IN 46237 I help stray kittens/cats find a good loving home. They are referred to me through friends and family or found by myself lost and homeless.