Homeward Bound CT wants to be sure you know the rescues we work with. Below is a list of local and out of state rescues that Homeward Bound supports. These rescues are invited to our events when we have them but they always have dogs. So when we aren't hosting an event we hope you will visit their sites and see what dogs are available.
Please visit their sites and always feel free to donate directly to any of them. All of these rescues work diligently on making sure their dogs are happy, healthy and find their forever homes.
We lost an amazing human being when we lost Phillipa Scott "Scotty". Her legacy as well as Addicus' carries on. They continue to pull dogs in need from Texas and are able to bring some up to New England for adoption. Please visit their website for available dogs.
Lisa Newman and her amazing fosters have stepped up to the plate to help rescues in need. They have reached out to rescues and offered to foster their dogs and help them find homes.
Please check out their site to see what dogs they currently have. You can fill out there application but if you've already adopted or been approved through us we can pass on your information.
We aim to get as many dogs adopted as possible via our rescue. We have our own dog shelter and hold weekend adoption events to find forever homes for our pups.
We provide veterinary care, behavioral assessments and training to make each animal successful in its new forever home.
We network for dogs at local shelters and lend a hand to our rescue friends whenever we can. We also advocate for the well being of the dogs and their living conditions and strive to better improve the long standing customer service issues at many Connecticut Animal Control facilities. We also help the public with questions, training, referrals to veterinarians etc. Through constant media promotion and proper assessments of the dogs, we hope to save as many lives as possible in our day to day mission.
This RESCUE group is CT registered and has APPROVED 501(c)3 status with the Internal
Revenue Service. All donations to Brass City Rescue Alliance are tax deductible.
We are a small 501c3 non profit group helping dogs find furever homes. Most of our dogs come from high kill shelters from the south. Our dogs are all in foster homes with other dogs, some with kids and cats. With our dogs being in foster care we can tell you how they are in the home.
CT Animal House is always helping our local dogs. Please visit their website to see who they have available.
Halfway Home Rescue is based out of Woodbridge, CT and has placed over 5,000 dogs and cats in their forever homes since they started in 2004. Visit their website to see their animals available for adoption.
Our mission is to save as many pets as possible while reducing the unwanted pet population through a low-cost spay and neuter clinic operated out of the shelter. We take our role seriously, and we are excited about the many community initiatives that we are able to offer to assist in reducing pet overpopulation and to provide better care for family pets.
SHAR has worked with us from our very first event. We all know Sara Drum and she has the amazing support of Terry & Jim Rodgers. The amount of love and care they give to all the dogs they save is amazing. If you don't know these amazing people, you'll want to for sure. SHAR will always be at our large events and even some medium size ones if we can get it to work out. Please visit their site if you wish to learn more about this organization and the dogs available.
S.A.V.E or Southern Animal Volunteer Effort is a new partner we've worked with and we are so happy to have them join our events. Arianne McLure is our go to person and she is a joy to work with. SAVE seems to focus a lot on the little ones but has come up with some gorgeous German Short Haired Pointers too. SAVE will be joining us at our large events in May and October but as with all the other rescues well they always have dogs available in between. Visit their site to see what dogs are currently available.