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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Dog and cat rescue

Programs: Cared for and placed in loving homes many pets that otherwise would have been euthanized. Instituted programs and recruited volunteers to educate the public with regard to animal health and welfare issues

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

i adopted two kitties from AZ RESCUE and the experience was amazing. They asked me a lot of questions, although I was referred by a volunteer with them for over 10 years. They truly want to find great homes for their pets. The facility was nothing short of a wonderland for animals. It was perfectly clean, well kept and well managed. The pets I adopted adjusted very easily, as where they were housed was spacious, clean, and they were played with and given love several times a day. My friend of 4 years volunteers there and is an amazing person and she speaks so highly of what they do. I am a constant supporter of theirs and will continue to be. They are exceedingly ethical in the adoptions, care for the animals, and mission. My kitties are amazing (adopted 4 years ago).

Review from Guidestar

RoseLavender

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered with this animal rescue organization for about two years now. They take in dogs and cats that are on the euthanasia list at the county shelter. I spend time with the rescued dogs, walking them, training them and most importantly, loving them! It did not take long for one of "my" dogs to melt my heart and he is now part of our family. Even though I now have my own dog, I still volunteer and enjoy spending time with the Rescue dogs who have been saved from an untimely death. Some dogs are hard to place and so I get to spend a lot of time with these ones. It is always extra special to hear the news when these dogs get adopted! Rescue Team does not staff a shelter. They rely on foster parents and local organizations who will share space with the animals awaiting new homes. Rescue Team attracts a large number of volunteers who work with the animals in various capacities. The animals are treated wonderfully, are well cared for, and loved by all who volunteer with this organization.