Charlotte Dog & Puppy Adoption | Humane Society

Greater Charlotte SPCA's mission is to improve the quality of life of homeless ..
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We work with no-kill 501(c)(3) Rescue Groups along the east coast that coordinate transports almost every week, that take the dogs to their next destination, whether it be another foster home or their forever home. We also work with local rescue groups here in Charlotte, NC that may require longer term foster homes and taking the foster dogs to weekly adoption events until they find their happily ever after!
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Dog Days of Charlotte is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Charlotte, NC that works with volunteers every day to rescue dogs from high-kill shelters around the Piedmont Region of North Carolina. Our mission is to seek out and recruit temporary foster homes for dogs in these shelters, before they are euthanized. Once the dog is safe in their foster home, we act as a liaison between the foster family and rescue group that sponsored the dog, assisting with the coordination of vetting appointments, transports and adoptions. Sallie - ADOPTED! Dog • Newfoundland Dog & Saint Bernard / St. Bernard • Baby • Female • Extra Large. North Mecklenburg Animal Rescue Charlotte, NC.
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Photo provided by PexelsMaggie - ADOPTED! Dog • German Shorthaired Pointer & Terrier • Adult • Female • Medium. Family Addition Dog Rescue of Charlotte Charlotte, NC. Print.
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Fostering with Dog Days of Charlotte is very flexible. You can customize this volunteer program to fit your needs and do as much or as little as you’d like. We do our best to fit the needs of the foster home, as well as the foster dog. Without foster homes, these adoptable animals would have no chance at a second life with a wonderful family.Dog Days of Charlotte focuses primarily on finding and coordinating foster homes for dogs rescued from high kill shelters, so most of the dogs we help save belong to specific no-kill rescue groups in/or around the Greater Charlotte, NC area. Others we help eventually transport up north to no-kill rescue groups to be adopted out there. All rescue groups are different and have their own adoption requirements and procedures, most requiring an extensive adoption application, vet check, home visit and adoption fee. Unless the dog is actually listed with our organization, we have no say in whether a rescue group can or will adopt to you. Dog Days of Charlotte simply works on behalf of these rescue groups as a support network to find and coordinate foster homes, whereas the rescue group that has sponsored the dog ultimately has the right to approve decline any adoption (or foster home).