Michigan

Community Spay Neuter Initiative Partnership (C-SNIP)

C-SNIP prevents pet overpopulation and improves the quality of life for dogs, cats, and their caregivers by providing accessible, high-quality, reduced-cost veterinary care. Founded in 2001, CSNIP has spayed/neutered more than 210,000 dogs and cats in western Michigan. Their programs are designed to create a world in which all dogs and cats are healthy, happy, and in loving homes.

Harbor Humane Society

Harbor Humane Society cares for homeless and unwanted animals in their western Michigan community and beyond. They provide education on pet overpopulation and responsible pet ownership. Under contract with Ottawa County, they are solely responsible for taking in all stray animals found within the county limits.

Michigan Humane Society

Founded in 1877, the Michigan Humane Society (MHS) is the oldest and largest nonprofit animal welfare organization in the state of Michigan. The organization’s mission is to improve and save lives through compassionate care, community engagement and advocacy for animals. MHS celebrates a 100% placement rate for all healthy and treatable pets who come into their care – including more than 8,000 adoptions in 2019 alone.

Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter (UPAWS)

Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter (UPAWS) is a nonprofit organization and the only shelter located in Marquette County, serving the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Every day, they care for homeless, unwanted, abandoned, and abused domestic animals, advocating for them and  helping them find forever homes. They seek to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals and have consistently saved 98% of the animals who come into their program.  

Detroit Animal Welfare Group (D.A.W.G.)

Detroit Animal Welfare Group (D.A.W.G.) is a nonprofit, “no-kill” rescue in Macomb County, Michigan. They are a registered shelter and composed of over 100 volunteers. Their mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome animals in need. Their pets come from local shelters, owner surrenders and strays. They focus on saving stray dogs of Detroit and hold regular outreach missions to take in injured, starved, neglected and abused animals.

Detroit Dog Rescue

Detroit Dog Rescue focuses on raising awareness of the mounting homeless and stray dog problem in Detroit, along with advocating for humane rescue alternatives such as no-kill sheltering, foster care and adoptions, pet identification and healthy pet population control through spay and neutering. Detroit Dog Rescue also specializes in community outreach, and we work closely with local, city and statewide organizations in order to educate and involve people in this cause.

Shelter to Home

Founded in 2007, Shelter to Home, Inc. is an animal rescue organization that works to save animals from shelters in their community by placing them into foster care until permanent homes are found, and to create sustainable solutions to achieve a no‑kill community. Thanks to their supporters, including volunteers, veterinarians and donors, they are able to help seriously ill and injured animals of all ages.

Local Animal Shelter Support

LASSI provides veterinary care for pets at the Oceana County Animal Control Shelter, socializes them and prepares them for adoption. They pay for veterinary care including basic veterinary exams, flea and tick treatment, ear, skin and eye infections, catastrophic injury and illness such as broken bones, amputations, hip dysplasia, bladder stones, prolapsed uterus, and heartworm disease.  They maintain adoption websites, hold adoption events and transport pets to new homes outside the local area. When the shelter is full, they place pets in foster homes and other shelters.

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