Because Scout and all his siblings are rescues, supporting local and grassroots rescue organizations is a major goal of Scout Dog. Rescue organizations recently supported include:
The Proper Pit Bull
The Proper Pit Bull is an all-volunteer/foster based organization dedicated to education, advocacy, outreach, and rescue. Our Mission is to promote proper pit bull ownership and responsible rescue through community partnerships, education, and positive training. The Proper Pit Bull…Making PROPER Possible.
The Cannoli Fund
San Antonio, TX
The mission of The Cannoli Fund is to improve the lives of animals in the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods of San Antonio, with an emphasis on controlling the population, by providing advice, resources, and financial assistance for spaying and neutering of companion and community cats and dogs; assisting with medical care for animals in need; and educating the community on the humane treatment of animals.
Biggies Bullies Rescue
Biggies Bullies is a foster home based rescue founded in 2011 in Pittsburgh PA. As a small rescue, our mission is to rescue and re-home Pit Bull type dogs in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. We focus on educating the public on responsible pet ownership, positive force free training, and the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. With love, care, and humane training, we ensure proper placement by making appropriate matches to the right families and remain a lifelong resource for those families. Biggies Bullies is a non-salaried 501c3 non-profit charity registered with the Internal Revenue Service and the Pennsylvania Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations. We are 100% volunteer developed and staffed.
Animal Advocates is a nonprofit, all volunteer, Pittsburgh-based animal welfare organization involved in the rescue, care and placement of companion animals. Serving the Pittsburgh area since 1984, Animal Advocates has adhered to a no-kill policy and engaged in community based advocacy on behalf of animals since its inception. We aim to provide high quality care for the well-being of rescued cats and dogs until they are placed in forever homes. Except for a limited number of cats fostered at our headquarters, our adoptable animals are cared for in loving volunteer foster homes. We get to know the pets’ personalities and needs very well, striving to make the best possible match for both animals and adopters. We believe the relationship between a human and companion animal is an important bond that improves the physical and social well-being of individuals and the community at large.
Animal Defense League of Texas
San Antonio, TX
Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a non-profit organization that is a true no-kill shelter for abandoned, abused, or neglected dogs and cats. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for these animals by providing needed medical care, including spaying and neutering. Food, shelter, and safety are also provided – along with compassion and attention. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, ADL consistently works to find the best possible home for each resident animal. Supported by contributions and directed by a volunteer board, the League provides programs and services which strengthen the bond between animals and people. Through grassroots advocacy, education and rescue, the organization is the leading voice for dogs and cats in crisis.
Great Pyrenees Club of Western Pennsylvania Rescue
The GPCWP’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Great Pyrenees given up for adoption or rescued from local shelters; the dissemination of knowledge to the public in general concerning our truly beautiful and lovable breed; the giving of advice to legislative bodies on legislation relative to dogs, their treatment and their control.
Franklin County Humane Society
Rocky Mount, VA
Located in Rocky Mount, Virginia, the Franklin County Humane Society was founded in 1977 to prevent cruelty to animals.
Kopy Kat Sanctuary
Kopy Kat’s mission is to provide shelter, food, water, love and veterinary care for cats and kittens at our Sanctuary for the remainder of their lives or until they are adopted into loving homes. To educate the public (and assist where possible within the Sanctuary’s time constraints and financial resources) of the importance of spay/neuter to reduce unwanted cat populations and to assist in establishing feral colonies at locations where unadoptable cats already exist.