All our members believe that by working together, we can do so much more. We are proud to be able to assist our member rescue organizations to reach their individual goals. Our members are all committed and experienced pet rescuers, and we are very proud to assist them in any way we can.
Each of our member groups has completed an application process that includes interviews, personal reference checks of principal officers and veterinarian reference checks.
In addition, each of our rescues has agreed to abide by our HHP Canine Code of Ethics for any dogs that they rescue, or the HHP Feline Code of Ethics for cats. The Codes provide a standard by which you can measure our rescues, and ensure that all HHP members are compassionate and ethical rescuers who have the best interests of the animals they rescue at the forefront.
All Breed Canine Rescue rescue dogs in SW Ontario. Their dogs come from shelters, or from owners who are sick or have experienced changes in their life situation. Based in St Thomas, On, they adopt out to homes in the counties of Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford, and work with rescue groups across North America.
Placing neglected and/or unwanted Great Danes into loving, permanent homes. Coverage area includes Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Arizona, Alabama (and parts of neighbouring states of Alabama), Northwestern Kentucky, parts of Ohio and Tennessee, and Ontario, Canada.
A volunteer foster-home based organization in Bancroft, Ontario. Rescuing and rehoming surrendered, abandoned or homeless dogs and cats, and subsidizing the spay/neutering of pets for local people who might not otherwise be able to afford this surgery for their pets.
Non-profit American Eskimo Dog rescue working in Southern Ontario, Canada. Also rescue and rehome cats, and support TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) initiatives for feral cats.
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