We are currently experiencing longer than usual wait times at our rescue due to the high number of animals we have taken in since the beginning of the year, their health issues, and very low adoption rates to date. As we continue to remain at maximum capacity, we encourage you to arrange for plans outside of TBC Animal Rescue for the animal you need to re-home or surrender. We appreciate your love for the dog(s) in need, but we must place the well being of the dogs currently in our care first. We hope you understand the situation we are facing and we apologize that we can’t be of quicker assistance at this time.
Here are a few additional alternatives YOU can do:
You can still request for a pet to be added to our wait list by completing our Intake Request Form. However, we are unable to provide you with a time-frame as to when or if we are able to assist with your request.
Don't forget to provide us with your address and contact phone number so that we can reach out to you once space becomes available. We operate solely, and rely upon donations to help the dogs in this area. An intake donation would be appreciated to help offset the cost of daily care and medications for the dog until they can be adopted.
To make space for additional intakes, share our adoptable pets with potential adopters. For adoptions, visit this page.
Foster a found pet and help it find a new home. We can assist with photography and listing tips, as well as other information. Learn more here.
We need help getting rescued pups ready for adoption. Sign up to volunteer and you can assist with training or socializing of new dogs. Learn more at this link.
Spay and Neuter your pets!!! We can’t say it enough: Un-planned litters CAN be prevented. For low cost options, visit this link.
This program provides an alternative preventing a pet from being surrendered to a high kill shelter.
Find Your Pet a Loving Forever Home with the help of AdoptAPet. For more info, click the image below.
Found a Dog
Unfortunately there are a lot of abandoned dogs in this area. If you found a stray or loose dog, please follow these tips.