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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: -to rescue dogs that about to be euthanized and give them a second chance for life in a loving home.

Results: We have adopted out 214 dogs. We have rescued 224 dogs.

Target demographics: We have adopted out dogs not just in Arizona, but California, Utah, Georgia, and Nevada. We target families with children, seniors, single people – anyone who meets our requirements.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Mutt Matchers and Friends is a well organized nonprofit organization that is wonderful for the dogs. They take very loving care of them all. The staff have a love for these unwanted pets, and go above and beyond to assure that the dogs go to good homes. They keep the dogs clean, happy, fed. Give them play time, walks, and lots of TLC.

Review from Guidestar

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Mutt Matchers & Friends is a non-profit dog shelter in Kingman, AZ. It is one of the best animal shelters I have ever come in contact with because it is unbelievably clean, the dogs are happy, well-socialized creatures, and the people who volunteer and work there are educated about each dog in their care as well as dog ownership. The volunteers and employees care deeply about each dog and want to ensure that it goes to the best possible home. This means that each dog is treated like a "special favorite". I can't say enough positive things about Mutt Matchers & Friends. It's just a great organization.

Review from Guidestar

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is a wonderful organization. They truly care about the dogs that they rescue and rehome. The facility is unique in that the dogs have a outer large individual kennels and common shaded play area. They also have indoor kennels that are heated in the winterand cooled in the summer. Their indoor kennels are cleaned and sanitized daily. The staff mannerizes and socializes all of the dogs with walks, basic training, office (family) time. All dogs are current on shots, they are spayed or neutered and they are microchiped. When someone wants to adopt they must fill out an application, be interviewed by a panel, agree to a yard security check. If they have ither dogs they must bring the dog in for an introduction. The small staff and volunteers do all that they can to maintain physical and mental well being of the dogs in their care

Review from Guidestar