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Goober Pet Direct is dedicated to supporting and promoting local charitable organizations that benefit a wide variety of animal and community related causes. These organizations demonstrate the passion to improve the quality of life for all companion animals by creating and supporting programs that save the lives of homeless pets and promote healthy relationships between people and pets.



    Through the Charity Partnership program Goober Pet Direct will:
  • Donate 1% of each sale to the Charity Partner of the customer's choice
  • Provide customers the opportunity to add a personal contribution to the Charity Partner of their choice
  • Donate broken bags of food to shelters and rescues
  • Provide Charity Partners starter packages to assist adopting families with their new additions
  • Create additional awareness for the Charity Partners by promoting their adoption and fundraising events
  • Provide photos and information about pets needing homes. Click on "Adoptable Pets" for more information.



If you are affiliated with or would like to nominate a charity that could benefit from becoming a Goober Charity Partner, please contact us at 480-668-4994.



Adopt Me!

Thousands of animals in the Phoenix Metro Area are looking for a "forever home" or even just a place where they can stay until they are adopted. We have provided a link to view a few of these animals that are waiting for your help. Please contact the Charity Partner directly if you are interested in becoming an adoptive or foster parent.

 
Rescue Groups

2nd “Chance” Dog Rescue
2449 W Angel Way
Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142
Phone:  
Email:  cdczar96@aol.com
Description:

2nd "Chance" Dog Rescue is dedicated to saving abandoned/abused dogs and provide them with shelter and a safe environment so they can regain their trust in humanity. Most of our dogs were abandoned or dumped off at the pound and found themselves on the E-list. We have opened our hearts to them in hopes of finding them their furever home



Akita Advocates Relocation Team Arizona
RE: Akita Advocates, PO Box 7264
Phoenix, AZ, 85011-7264
Phone:  602-882-5482
Email:  aarta.akitaadvocates@gmail.com
Description:

Akita Advocates was started late in 2004 to help find homes for displaced Akitas. Since that time, we have rescued over 200 dogs and found new, loving homes for them. We are a very small group of dedicated volunteers for whom rescue is a full-time second job. However, we have a passion about helping dogs who cannot help themselves.

AARTA is a non-profit organization. We are members of CABRA (Coalition of All Breed Rescue AZ), PACC911 (an umbrella organization that sets up adoption events throughout the county), and are recognized as one of ACA’s rescue groups (Akita Club of America).



Almost Home Boxer Rescue
P.O. Box 93911
Phoenix, AZ, 85070
Phone:  602-332-1626
Email:  almosthomeaz@gmail.com
Description:

We are a private, volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We are dedicated to the rescue of unwanted, neglected, and abandoned pets. We specialize in boxers, but for the perfect home we can help you find the perfect pet, or point you to a rescue who can. We provide food, shelter, medical attention, and TLC during our rescues wait for the "RIGHT" forever home.



Almost Home Bulldog Rescue
1501 Grand Avenue, Ste 223
Phoenix, AZ, 85007
Phone:  480-665-9524
Email:  almosthomebulldogrescue@yahoo.com
Description:



Amazing Aussies Lethal White Rescue of Arizona
P.O. Box 31245
Mesa, Arizona, 85275
Phone:  
Email:  adoptions@amazingaussies.com
Description:

Amazing Aussies, a 501(c)3, is dedicated to rescuing Lethal White Australian Shepherds and matching them with new forever families while raising awareness to eradicate Merle-to-Merle breeding through educational programs.



Arizona Adopt a Greyhound, Inc.
P.O. Box 63033
Phoenix, AZ, 85082
Phone:  602-971-6935
Email:  info@arizonaadoptagreyhound.org
Description:

Arizona Adopt A Greyhound is proud to be one of the nation's largest Greyhound Adoption agencies. They place between 400 and 500 of these gentle creatures into wonderful homes each year. A small dedicated staff and lots of hard working volunteers have made AAGI the successful program it is today.



Arizona Beagle Rescue (AZBR)
P.O. Box 61193
Phoenix, AZ, 85082
Phone:  623-977-1355
Email:  
Description:

Arizona Beagle Rescue (AZBR) is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to beagle rescue and community education. Their mission includes preventing the euthanization of Beagles throughout the state of Arizona and educating the public on the importance of spay and neuter.



Arizona Border Collie Rescue
P.O. Box 10717
Tempe, AZ, 85284
Phone:  
Email:  kelly.quinn@azbordercollierescue.com
Description:

Arizona Border Collie Rescue (ABCR) was started 13 years ago. This rescue has grown every year since. We are 100% volunteer based. The purpose and main functions of ABCR is to promote humane treatment through rescue, rehabilitation, education, and the re-homing of neglected, abandoned, and unwanted border collies.



Arizona Boston Terrier Rescue
P.O. Box 15555
Scottsdale, Arizona, 85267
Phone:  480-226-3279
Email:  azbtrescue@hotmail.com
Description:

Arizona Boston Terrier Rescue, Inc. (AZBTR) is an Arizona 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of unwanted Boston Terriers, education of owners on responsible dog ownership, and education of the public on the Boston Terrier breed. AZBTR takes in adoptable Boston Terriers from many situations. We provide for their medical and behavioral needs, then place them in loving, permanent homes. All of our rescued dogs live with families in foster homes in Arizona until they are placed in forever homes. We operate statewide and occasionally take in dogs from nearby states. AZBTR follows a code of ethics that requires us to operate in a lawful and responsible fashion.



Arizona Golden Rescue
5350 W Bell Rd, Ste C122-158
Glendale, AZ, 85308
Phone:  623-566-WAGS (9247)
Email:  info@arizonagoldenrescue.org
Description:

AGR rescues Golden Retrievers and Golden mixes. We do a complete veterinary exam on each dog including vaccines, spay/neuter, tests for valley fever and heartworm, and microchip the dog. All vet bills are covered by AGR until and adoption is finalized. An adoption application can be downloaded from our website.



Arizona Golden Retriever Connection
P.O. Box 26678
Scottsdale, AZ, 85255
Phone:  602-870-0037
Email:  info@azgrc.org
Description:

Arizona Golden Retriever Connection is an all volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to finding safe, loving, and permanent homes for unwanted Golden Retrievers in Arizona.



Arizona Great Pyrenees Rescue
RE: AZPyrs, PO Box 7264
Phoenix, Arizona, 85011-7264
Phone:  480-988-4033
Email:  azpyrs@cox.net
Description:

Arizona Great Pyrenees Association is a recognized member of the Great Pyrenees Club of America as well as a member-in -good-standing with Pets911 and the Maricopa County New Hope Program. AZPyrs was founded on the premise that Great Pyrenees dogs are truly working dogs. Pyrs have the innate ability to accomplish many tasks - not "just" be pretty dogs in the show ring! Great Pyrenees excel at such tasks as carting and social/pet therapy. They are excellent livestock guardians as well as wonderful family pets. Many Pyrs have tried their 'paws' in the agility and obedience rings. AZPyrs wants to explore ALL aspects of this magnificent breed. We are a new and different type of club to Arizona - a fun club - with the emphasis on FUN! Getting to know our members personally, along with their dogs, is of the utmost importance to us. Communal exchanges of ideas and opinions, grooming and handling tips, and dietary advice is paramount. Much of AZPyrs time is concentrated on Great Pyrenees Rescue. AZPyrs actively fosters and re-homes purebred Great Pyrenees throughout the entire state of Arizona. AZPyrs schedules many informational, educational and fun social events for the enjoyment of Great Pyrenees fanciers.



Arizona Poodle Rescue
1729 E Potter Dr
Phoenix, Arizona, 85024
Phone:  602-325-1585
Email:  arizonapoodlerescue@aol.com
Description:

AZ Poodle Rescue is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization devoted to rescuing and re-homing poodles & poodle mixes of all sizes as well as other small dogs. They rescue from the euthanasia list of local shelters, take in strays, owner and breeder surrenders, then place the dogs in foster homes until they have necessary medical care including spay & neuter. They find the best forever homes that they can for all their fosters.



Arizona Pug Adoption and Rescue Network
1106 N Gilbert Rd #2 PMB 192
Mesa, Arizona, 85203
Phone:  
Email:  
Description:

APARN‘s Mission is to rescue abused, abandoned, homeless, unwanted, sick or injured Pugs, rehabilitate them and place them into loving, permanent adoptive homes in Arizona. We strive to educate the public about the Pug dog breed, including its personality, special needs and care. We provide medical care and spay or neuter operations for all of the Pugs that come into our rescue.



Arizona Siberian Husky Rescue & Adoption
4747 E Elliot Rd, Ste 29
Phoenix, Arizona, 85044
Phone:  602-427-7226
Email:  
Description:

ASHRA is a 501(c)(3), Non-Profit, Volunteer-run Organization that rescues Siberian Huskies and places them into Qualified Homes, as well as educates the public on the special needs of the Siberian.



AZ Basset Hound Rescue
P.O. Box 32594
Phoenix, AZ, 85064
Phone:  602-225-7800
Email:  
Description:

As a non-profit 501 (c) (3) animal welfare organization, Arizona Basset Hound Rescue, Inc. provides veterinary care, food, support, and shelter to Basset Hounds, Bloodhounds and Basset Hound mixes needing assistance in Arizona. They treat these animals as their own, with the utmost care and respect and make decisions based on compassion for the quality of life these Basset Hounds, Bloodhounds and Basset Hound mixes will enjoy while in their care. They provide necessary support for the dogs while in the care of the foster home using the dogs personalities, behaviors, and special needs as a guide. They work in cooperation with local and state shelters to reduce euthanasia of Basset Hounds, Blood Hounds, and Basset Hound mixes.



AZ Jack Russell Rescue, Inc
4115 E Melody Dr
Gilbert, Arizona, 85234
Phone:  480-854-0358
Email:  russellrescuephx@aol.com
Description:

AZ Jack Russell Rescue, Inc. is a Arizona non-profit (501C-3) corporation dedicated to helping displaced & abandoned Jack Russell Terriers throughout the state. Their mission is to protect the JRT, by educating pet owners to the special needs of this breed to prevent displaced terriers. To provide for the health and well being of Jacks retrieved from shelters, strays, and those given up by their owners. To place them in suitable homes where their "quality of life" will ensure a long safe healthy lifestyle.



Blistered Whiskers
8194 W Deer Valley Rd
Peoria, Arizona, 85382
Phone:  623-979-4269
Email:  blisteredwhiskers@gmail.com
Description:

Blistered Whiskers Inc., is a no-kill, non-profit, street kitten rescue and foster care provider located in NW Peoria. Our mission is two-fold. First Blistered Whiskers is dedicated to helping stray, free-roaming, homeless kittens in Maricopa County by providing the necessary resources to assist with feeding, shelter, spay/neuter, medical care and adoption into their forever home. Secondly, acting as their advocate, Blistered Whiskers strives to improve their lives and promote ideas that are more reflective of a caring and humane community.



Cavalier Rescue Foundation
3420 N Valencia Ln
Phoenix, AZ, 85018
Phone:  480-334-3118
Email:  erin@cavalierrescuefoundation.com
Description:

Dog rescue focusing on Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Most of our dogs are in loving foster homes in the Phoenix area. These poor babies are rescued from midwestern puppy mills and are placed in permanent, safe and loving forever homes.



Central Arizona Animal Rescue
30542 N Roma Court
Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142
Phone:  480-209-3400
Email:  willow@caaroline.org
Description:

The Central Arizona Animal Rescue (CAAR) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the general welfare, sheltering and placement of animals; prevention of cruelty to animals and overpopulation; education concerning humane treatment of animals; and involvement in other animal welfare issues.



Dachshunds Only Rescue
PO Box 414
Tonopah, AZ, 85354
Phone:  602-550-4088
Email:  dachshundsonlyrescue@gmail.com
Description:

Dachshunds Only Rescue is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization located in Phoenix, AZ. Dogs that come into rescue are placed into a temporary foster home thanks to our network of generous volunteers. While in foster care, each dog is observed and evaluated to develop a profile of the dog. Once that has been established, a suitable, loving, forever home can be found, regardless of the time it takes.



Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue
P.O. Box 10575
Glendale , Arizona, 85318
Phone:  480-899-LABS
Email:  
Description:

DLRR is an all-volunteer, Federal 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue organization for Labrador Retrievers in Phoenix and most areas of Arizona. In addition to rescue, our volunteers provide medical care and/or rehabilitation for these dogs and then attempt to match them with appropriate, permanent homes. Through public education, we strive to help eliminate pet overpopulation by encouraging the spaying/neutering of pets.



Desert Paws Rescue
P.O. Box 50594
Mesa, AZ, 85208
Phone:  480-380-5214
Email:  
Description:

Desert Paws Rescue is a non-profit (501 (c) (3), no kill, animal rescue group. The mission of Desert Paws rescue is to provide a new beginning for unwanted cats & dogs who might otherwise be euthanized. They provide a safe, loving foster environment for rehabilitation and medical needs, with the ultimate goal of placing them in their new forever homes. They educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering and how to choose the right pet for their family in order to reduce the population of unwanted pets in our community.



Love-A-Bull Bulldog Rescue
22440 S 178th Pl
Gilbert, AZ, 85298
Phone:  480-593-6559
Email:  info@loveabullrescue.com
Description:

Love-A-Bull is a small non-profit, pending 501 (c)(3). They are dedicated to improving the lives of English Bulldogs. Their mission is to accept Bulldogs whose owners can no longer keep them and find responsible, stable, loving new homes for them. They also rehabilitate the dogs before placement and provide medical treatment and training to increase the chances of successful placement



Lucky Dog Rescue
4400 N Scottsdale Rd, Ste 9-139
Scottsdale, AZ, 85251
Phone:  480-704-4628
Email:  info@luckydogrescue.org
Description:

Lucky Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals and educating the community on responsible pet ownership.



Medical Animals In Need (M.A.I.N.)
P.O. Box 46365
Phoenix, AZ, 85063
Phone:  
Email:  medicalanimalsinneed@gmail.com
Description:

M.A.I.N. is an Arizona based, all volunteer group focused on identifying, transporting, aiding and promoting animals from Arizona shelters who need immediate and sometimes costly medical attention the shelters are unable to provide.



Milagro Senior Pet Refuge Inc.
PO Box 44165
Phoenix, Arizona, 85064
Phone:  1-888-827-4103
Email:  
Description:

Milagro Senior Pet Refuge Inc. is a 501C3 non-profit charitable organization ~ a small but ambitious project dedicated to the rescue of abandoned senior pets in fragile health. Through no fault of their own, these older pets find themselves tragically discarded and facing an uncertain future. Milagro finds these sweet seniors and brings them home to stay, to be treated with the love they deserve and as the precious gifts they are. Milagro does not board the seniors in a shelter-type facility; they're a collection of caring, pre-approved guardian homes providing peaceful, loving home environments where the seniors are safe and treasured for the duration of their twilight years.



National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network
PO Box 5046
Greensburg, PA, 15601
Phone:  602-689-6152
Email:  britrescueaz@cox.net
Description:

National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network (NBRAN), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a network of caring and dedicated volunteers in the United States and Canada who have a deep passion for dog rescue and specifically the homeless Brittany, affectionately called a "Britt."



New Hope Cattle Dogs Rescue
13835 N Tatum Blvd, Ste 9-422
Phoenix, AZ, 85032
Phone:  602-690-8374
Email:  
Description:

New Hope Cattle Dogs' mission is helping discarded, stray and unwanted Australian Cattle Dogs/Blue Heelers/Red Heelers/Queensland Heelers (ACD's) that need a second chance at finding a forever home and providing education and training to the public.



No Kill Maricopa County
P.O. Box 4165
Cave Creek, AZ, 85327
Phone:  
Email:  info@nokillmaricopacounty.org
Description:

No Kill Maricopa County is dedicated to stopping needless killing of shelter pets by implementing strategies that are proven to achieve greater than 90% save rates.



Poverty’s Pets
PO Box 40112
Phoenix, Arizona, 85067
Phone:  602-920-1325
Email:  info@povertyspets.org
Description:

Poverty's Pets rescues abandoned, neglected, and abused companion animals in low-income and underserved communities. Through education and veterinary care (including spay and neuter services), it is our goal to end animal cruelty, suffering, overpopulation and homelessness. Poverty's Pets is a program of Rancho Feliz Charitable Foundation, Inc, an IRS registered 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible.



R.A.I.N. Rescue
PO Box 2006
Chandler, AZ 85224, Arizona, 85224
Phone:  480-272-6650
Email:  info@azrain.org
Description:

We are a no kill rescue. We accept small dogs/puppies, Cats and kittens whenever we have a foster available. We are a 501c3 non- profit, so we depend 100% on donations to feed, medicate, spay and neuter every animal we adopt out. We also micro- chip each pet prior to adoption. We are always looking for volunteers to help with transporting, fostering, fundraising, and helping at our donation table 3 hours each Saturday. Did you know: *We pay for all the necessities that the fosters need to care for the animals brought in to their home. (Food, litter, all medical, toys, bed, collars, leashes and if a crate is necessary to make the animal feel safe or comfort we will supply one of those too). Please consider helping a rescued animal…Lend a lap and open your heart!



RESCUE
4747 East Elliot #29-415
Phoenix, AZ, 85044
Phone:  480-598-9410
Email:  information@azrescue.org
Description:

RESCUE is the last voice for dogs and cats who, through no fault of their own, find themselves awaiting death at our county pounds. Since 1995, we have operated with the philosophy that for every animal we place we will be back to rescue another facing an untimely death. To date, we have fulfilled that promise over 9,000 times. While all of the cats and dogs presented on this site have stayed at the Maricopa County pounds, they are now safe in our care and away from the threat of euthanasia. These amazingly resilient and wonderful beings reside in the homes of our dedicated foster parents or with our boarding partners until their permanent home is located. Through our unique MatchMaking Service we work to pair up each animal with the most appropriate adopter to achieve a happy, lifelong match. As a result, RESCUE's cumulative return rate is 8%, one of the lowest in the nation (nationally, over 50% of all adopted animals are no longer in their adoptive home after just the first year).



Rescue a Golden of AZ
P.O. Box 71987
Phoenix, AZ, 85050
Phone:  
Email:  ragofaz@golden-retriever.org
Description:

RAGofAZ is a 501(C)(3) non-profit, shelterless, all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue, evaluation and placement of Golden Retrievers who lost their homes through no fault of their own. Our volunteer network spans the entire State of Arizona and sometimes beyond. We receive no compensation other than the deep satisfaction of knowing that we are saving the lives of these dogs that are uniquely intuitive, patient, eager to please, hilarious clowns, and mostly dear friends.



Reservation Rewards Animal Rescue
18924 E Chandler Heights Rd
Queen Creek, AZ, 85142
Phone:  480-776-4863
Email:  reservationrewards@hotmail.com
Description:

Reservation Rewards Animal Rescue is a registered state recognized not for profit organization. They are committed to helping animals in need. Most of our dogs and puppy’s are from various Native American Communities as well as the local area (Queen Creek). Their goal is to drastically reduce the number of adoptable dogs and puppies euthanized every year. They are achieving these goals through education, spay/neuter and getting the dogs that come through the program healthy and trained so that they can find their forever home.



Valley of the Sun Giant Schnauzer Rescue
P.O. Box 72027
Phoenix, AZ, 85050
Phone:  602-212-6775 (Voicemail Only)
Email:  phxgsrescue@hotmail.com
Description:

Valley of the Sun Giant Schnauzer Rescue Mission Statement is to rescue Giant Schnauzers in need, provide medical care when necessary, and find foster care placements where these dogs can begin the process of finding a forever home. Ultimately, we hope to find permanent homes that are best suited to each dog where they may live our their lives in a happy, healthy and loving environment. We will also educate the public about the Giant Schnauzer breed, the need to spay and neuter dogs and cats, and the proper care, training, and diet for the breed.



 
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