Save A Life Pet Rescue, Inc. is a Non-Profit, No Kill 501(c)(3) animal rescue that is dedicated to making a BIG difference in the lives of animals scheduled for euthanasia.
Since our formation in 2005 we have successfully rehabilitated, spayed/neutered and adopted out over 7,000 animals. We believe education is the key to ensuring the well-being of companion animals, while helping to end the overpopulation, abuse and unwarranted euthanasia. We believe that every animal deserves a second chance at a long, happy and healthy life.
Save-A-Life Pet Rescue, INC. rescues puppies and dogs of all ages and breeds. We take great pride in the health, temperament and adoption experience for both the animals and adopters. We specialize in puppies 6 months and younger as they do require more time, care, and medical treatment than an adult dogs. This is because a puppy’s immune system is not fully developed and is more susceptible to catching diseases. We quarantine all animals for a minimum of 21 days to help stop the spread of once deadly diseases. All animals are vaccinated, wormed, made up to date on flea/heart guard prevention and spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
About 99% of the animals that we take in are rescued from high-kill shelters. 1% are owner surrender.
We are one of the few rescues that treat any and all illnesses including mange, parvo, distemper, corona, influenza, kennel cough, broken bones, liver shunts, etc. We also take in blind and deaf animals. No problem is too big or too small.
In 2008 we were blessed with our first group of high school volunteers wanting to earn community service hours for college. We have since then opened our rescue to join together with the "Bright Futures Scholarship Program" in our local community. All of our high school volunteers have gone above and beyond the hours they have needed to earn credit. Their dedication and eagerness to learn has helped us rescue even more animals than before. We hope to continue to play a BIG role in our local community and surrounding cities in the development of high school opportunities for finical aid assistance.
With the continued support of our community, donators and adopters we vow to never give up on achieving our ultimate goal of one day opening a no-kill facility.
We look forward to the future and the thousands of lives, once scheduled for euthanasia, that we will be able to provide a second chance at life for.
Colette Penberthy & Anna Yost
Founder/President - Vice President