Pawsitive Match is proudly working with the following partners:
The Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force (ASNTF) is a registered charity that works with First Nation communities in order to assist with their community approach to improve the health and well being of the dogs and cats in their community and to reduce human health issues that have resulted from pet overpopulation. Many of these communities do not have the resources that we have in our cities to assist with the care of their animals. The problem of pet overpopulation exists all over the world!
Isla Animals worked with and ultimately took over the project started by Amigos de los Animales in 2002. We are dedicated to decreasing the unwanted pet population on Isla Mujeres, Mexico through on-going spay/neuter programs, education, vaccinations and adoption.
Our Mission: To save the lives of stray cats and dogs in Mexico and the Caribbean through spay, neuter, adoption and educational programs, supported and funded by the tourism industry, travelers and pet lovers.
Our goal is to fully change the approach towards dog and cat overpopulation with an aggressive spay/neuter program both at the clinic and by utilizing mobile clinics. By finding loving homes for pets and providing education to the community, we can create responsible pet-people relationships and improve the welfare of animals. Our work is made possible by many wonderful humans who contribute their time, talents and/or money to the cause for which we are immensely grateful.
The Animal Foundation is a non-profit organization operating Nevada’s largest open-admission animal shelter and pet adoption center. The Animal Foundation operates and manages an 8-acre Las Vegas campus that houses a multitude of services and provides a refuge for more than 40,000 lost, unwanted, neglected and abandoned animals every year.To eliminate the tragedy of pet overpopulation, The Animal Foundation believes community is essential, education is empowerment and action is everything. Our mission is to inspire and enable people to join the fight against pet overpopulation.
The Irvine Animal Care Center provides sheltering, care and enrichment for homeless, neglected, abused or unwanted animals. Services include licensing for Irvine residents, pet adoptions and events.
Friends of Puerto Vallarta Animals is a group of dedicated and passionate volunteers who are committed to the well-being of the homeless pets staying at the municipally run “pound” (Acopio). This No-Kill shelter is staffed by fabulous veterinarians and caretakers who work hard everyday to ensure each animal’s basic needs are met. We rely strictly on donations to provide food and medicine to the animals in the care of the shelter.
We are a no kill shelter. That means if an animal can be saved, we save it. We don’t euthanize unless there is no hope of survival or the animal is in terrible pain. We are an all volunteer organization. We have no paid staff although we do contract with our refuge manager and veterinarians for their services. We advocate sterilization of animals. We don’t adopt our dogs out to their forever homes until they have been sterilized. We are funded entirely through donations – so if you can give just a little, it keeps us going!
In a word, Waggin' Trails is a lifesaver. We rescue and locally re-home or transport companion animals scheduled for death due to lack of space in California shelters, as well as other neglected or abused animals. Waggin' Trails has volunteers throughout the state of California, and friends and partners in many states and Canada.
HALO is an acronym that stands for Helping Animals Live On. It is a succinct, four-word definition of what we are here for. It is the reason each and every employee and volunteer puts two feet on the ground. It is a passion that goes beyond just loving dogs and cats. It is a driving force in our lives; to make this community, this world, a safe place for homeless pets.
The Red Deer and District SPCA is an adoption Centre dedicated to the re-homing of unwanted, abandoned and stray companion animals. We work primarily within the Central Alberta region, but also provide support to our Northern and Southern partners. The Red Deer SPCA is a maximum adoption facility.
We are a non-profit organization, hoping to return lost pets to their owners and give a homeless animal a new forever home. We provide a safe and secure environment to all lost domestic animals in Medicine Hat as well as dogs in Cypress County.
The Brooks Animal Protection Society (BAPS) is a not-for-profit, charitable community-based and volunteer inspired organization serving Brooks and communities within the County of Newell. Our mission is to provide safe haven, care and nourishment to neglected, abused, homeless, impounded and surrendered companion animals. Our Vision is an educated and compassionate society in which every companion animal is cared for and loved.
Rescued Pets Movement Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides a second chance for thousands of homeless dogs and cats through rehabilitation and transport to forever homes in communities throughout the country that have a need for adoptable pets.
The Edmonton Humane Society's adoption fees help to offset the cost of providing food and water, as well as clean and enriching housing, behaviour modification, training and enrichment, and veterinary care for the animals in our care. Animal Protection Services is a department housed within the Edmonton Humane Society (EHS). Animal protection officers are responsible for investigating animal neglect and cruelty concerns under the scope of the Animal Protection Act of Alberta within the jurisdiction of the City of Edmonton.
Mazatlan Animal Rescue rescues, rehabilitate and rehome Mazatlan’s street animals. We focus on rescuing homeless animals, often sick, injured, malnourished and in distress. We provide veterinary care, temporary housing and love to bring each animal back to health. All of our animals are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before being placed for adoption.