The Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA, the Arizona Humane Society, and the Halo Animal Rescue are some animal rescue organizations in the state of Arizona. These organizations rescue abandoned, neglected and orphaned dogs, cats and critters, and they strive to place them in safe and loving homes.
The AAWL and SPCA is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in the state. It rescues abandoned and homeless pets and also accepts surrendered pets under certain conditions. The AAWL strives to find a good home for adoptable rescued pets and offers useful information before a person decides to adopt a certain cat or dog. Aside from adoption, the organization also accepts volunteers and foster home applications.
The Arizona Humane Society rescues dogs, cats, pet rabbits and pet rats. Aside from rescuing abused animals, the AHS also offers affordable veterinary services, dog-training classes, and euthanasia and aftercare services for owners who want to end the suffering of their pets in pain or with terminal diseases. The organization offers shelter tours, workshops and day camps, and other programs to educate communities about animal rights.
Halo Animal Rescue is a no-kill shelter that rescues animals about to be euthanized at local animal shelters due to untreatable diseases. Similar with other dedicated animal rescue organizations, the HAR cares for rescued pets until the animals are suitable for adoption. The HAR also schedules events that offer free spaying or neutering of pets, low-cost adoptions, and affordable vaccination and microchip services.