Care Partnerships

Welcome to our Care Partnerships page. Here we want to highlight some of the organizations in our area who we have partnered with to find homes for pets in need. This is a service we provide to the Virginia Peninsula organizations who rescue stray, unwanted, and injured pets. We occasionally provide a temporary home for pets from our Care Partnerships until a permanent one can be found. We encourage you to come by to see, your future friend could be waiting for you at one of our Care Partnerships. There are certain terms and conditions involved with pet adoptions that are done through Anderson's Corner Animal Hospital. Please see the customer service representative, or call (757) 566-2224 for more information, should you be interested in adopting one of the pets from our Care Partnerships. You can also click on the links below to go to our Care Partnerships' web sites to get more information on a group you are interested in.

Care Partnerships

bay beagle rescue

Bay Beagle Rescue, Inc., Virginia Beach, Va We are dedicated to saving those Beagles most in need - the abused, abandoned, senior, and special needs dogs. Our goal is to find a safe, loving foster or adoptive home for the rest of our Beagles' lives.

http://www.baybeaglerescue.org

toano beagle dog adoptions

Anderson's Corner Animal Hospital is pleased to assist our local Beagles to the Rescue organization. We will also occasionally have a beagle on display at our hospital that is up for adoption.

www.beaglestotherescue.org

dream catchers animal rescue toano

Dream Catchers is a local non-profit organization located in Toano that is dedicated to providing professional equine-assisted therapy to special needs individuals in a caring and safe environment.

www.dreamcatcherswilliamsburg.org

williamsburg fire rescue animal adoption

We are happy to assist the local fire stations whenever an animal emergency arises. These local fire stations provide the communities with an invaluable service, and we are pleased for the opportunity to be of assistance. Station 1 in Toano is only ½ mile down the road from us, and was a big part of the controlled burn that was performed on our property prior to construction of the animal hospital.

757-220-0626 | http://www.jccegov.com/fire/index.html

williamsburg fire rescue animal adoption

Foster Adopt Rescue Beagles

Timeline = Preference will be given to posts of beagles in imminent danger of being EUTHANIZED.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Foster-Adopt-Rescue-Beagles

williamsburg animal rescue

The Heritage Humane Society performs a wonderful service for our local communities. Please see the link below to learn more about this organization. They also have numerous photos of pets that are currently up for adoption.

www.heritagehumanesociety.org

williamsburg fire rescue animal adoption

Isle of Wight County Humane Society

The Isle of Wight County Humane Society is an all volunteer organization that promotes responsible pet care and the humane treatment of animals in our local community. Humane Society members take in homeless and unwanted animals and provide them with foster care and medical treatment. When the animals are healthy and socialized, they are adopted out to permanent homes. Our pet adoption program is very successful and we find homes for hundreds of dogs and cats each year.

www.iowchs.org

lost and found dogs va

Lost & Found Dogs - Virginia

L&FD Network is an all-volunteer group devoted to reuniting lost dogs with their owners--as well as educating the public about lost dog recovery methods & increasing redemption of unclaimed strays at municipal animal controls. L&FD Network was founded in 2008 by Debra Kosch in Northern Virginia. Our facebook pages were started in 2011, covering Virginia, North Carolina & the DC Metro area. Today, a team of devoted volunteers run the pages.

https://www.facebook.com/LostFoundDogs.VA/info

williamsburg great dane rescue

Magdrl: the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc

The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc. (MAGDRL) was organized in 1979 to serve the seven states of the Mid-Atlantic region. The organization is a DC corporation and has a charitable tax-exemption under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. MAGDRL is staffed completely by volunteers. Like all humane groups, MAGDRL is in the unique position of helping both humans and pets. In our case, the pets are Great Danes and mixed Dane dogs, and the people are those who have or want the companionship of the breed or, often, just dogs in general.

MAGDRL helps people to:

  • Determine the right breed of dog for their lifestyle.
  • Find healthy and companionable Danes that fit their circumstances.
  • Find loving replacement homes for Danes they can no longer keep.
  • Become knowledgeable about the care and training of their Great Danes.
  • Resolve their Danes physical/behavioral problem.
  • Overcome the grief at the loss of their loved pet.
  • Stretch their tax dollar by assuming the Dane burden from public shelters.

MAGDRL helps Danes:

  • By providing for the rescue and care of those who have been abandoned, neglected, and/or abused by their previous owners.
  • We spay/neuter and provide medical treatment as necessary to return the Dane back to good health.
  • We also supply training/socialization to ensure their adaptability to new, good homes.
  • We work to place rescue Danes to people who provide secure, loving, and healthy homes.

http://www.magdrl.org/

new kent humane society

New Kent Humane Society

Our organization relies entirely upon donations, adoption fees, and fund-raising efforts for support. New Kent Humane Society, Inc. assists in the placement of animals from the county pound and does not accept owner surrendered animals, except in extreme and extenuating circumstances. Our greatest wish is to reduce the number of animals being euthanized locally. We do not yet have a facility, all of our animals are kept in temporary foster homes until permanent, loving homes can be found for them. Thanks to the many hours put in by our dedicated volunteers and donations from concerned supporters, we are building a strong network of resources to provide for the many animals who need us. New Kent Humane Society, Inc. is very proud of its accomplishments so far and is dedicated to its service to the community and homeless animals.

http://newkenthumane.org/

cat adoption hampton roads

Pawsitively Precious Adoptions

PPA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 2006 by Brenda Dulski, and registered as a non-profit by Chris Carden. From the beginning PPA has worked in cooperation with local shelters and animal control in the Hampton Roads area. These organizations are partners in our joint efforts to improve the lives of animals in our community. Because we are a 501(c)(3) we are able to promote our animals at the Williamsburg PetSmart and post our animals on Petfinder.com.

http://ppava.org/

pet food assistance hampton roads

Peninsula Pet Pantry

The Peninsula Pet Pantry is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by a group of animal lovers in Yorktown that provides temporary pet food and basic supply assistance to pet owners facing hardship. Assistance groups such as ours are sprouting up all over the country in effort to help families keep their pets rather than pet owners having to make the heartbreaking decision to surrender or abandon their pets due to financial trouble. We work with needy pet owners by collaborating with local food banks, community assistance groups, veterinarians, and local animal shelters. Please help us in getting the word out! Thank you!

www.peninsulapetpantry.org

portsmouth humane society

Portsmouth Humane Society

Portsmouth Humane Society (PHS) is an Open Admission humane society, meaning we will never turn away an animal that comes to our doors. We give each and every one of our animals a health exam and a temperament test before placing the animal for adoption. We provide them with veterinary care, if needed, as well as food, water, vaccinations and care. There are no time limits for any of the animals in our care. They may stay at PHS as long as it takes for them to find a permanent, forever home. We have had animals stay for over a year. As long as the animal is happy and healthy, they can consider PHS their home. As an Open Admission shelter we will take any animal from the City of Portsmouth- including animals who are sick, severely injured or too aggressive to be placed for adoption. While a No-Kill or Limited Admission shelter has the opportunity to select which animals are allowed into their facility and often times turn away animals, we will provide shelter to any animal at any time. Limited Admission shelters may choose to not accept unhealthy animals or those with behavioral problems. Animals who may be turned away at a No-Kill facility are given an opportunity for rehabilitation at our Open Admission shelter. Unfortunately, not all animals may be rehabilitated. Whether they suffer from a critical illness or injury or they show signs of severe aggression, we feel that euthanasia is the most humane alternative to suffering and pain while being limited to life in a cage. We do not euthanize any adoptable or treatable animal. Our goal at Portsmouth Humane Society is to provide the best and most thorough care to each animal as they wait for their forever homes.

www.portsmouthhumanesociety.org

seva animal adoptions

Southeastern Virginia Golden Retriever Rescue, Education, and Training!

SEVA GRREAT is a volunteer-staffed, non-profit organization that rescues abandoned and unwanted Golden Retrievers and places them in approved adoptive homes.

www.adoptagolden.com

lost and found cats virginia

Virginia Cat Search

Dedicated to Lost, Found cats in Virginia and D.C. Please give location, contact phone, date lost with your ad. Presented by Calico Junction Sanctuary

https://www.facebook.com/virginiacatsearch/timeline

wildlife center of virginia

Wildlife Center of Virginia

The Wildlife Center of Virginia is a non-profit teaching and research hospital for wildlife and conservation medicine.

Since 1982, the Wildlife Center has:

  • treated more than 60,000 wild animals, representing 250 species of native birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians
  • shared the lessons learned from these cases with some 1.5 million school-children and adults across Virginia
  • trained hundreds of wildlife medicine practitioners, including veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary students from every vet school in the U.S., Canada, and 31 other countries.

The Center also trains wildlife rehabilitators and students in other conservation fields. Those who have benefited from the professional training programs offered by the Center may now be found on the cutting-edge of wildlife veterinary medicine around the world. In 2007, the Wildlife Center received the National Conservation Achievement Award as the Conservation Organization of the Year from the National Wildlife Federation, the nation's highest conservation award.

www.wildlifecenter.org

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