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We’re Bred to Give Back

Copper Dog is proud to support local charities making a big pawprint in their communities.

We’re partnered with 25+ charities across the U.S. to provide support to local shelters. We’ve contributed $500,000 and counting to further their missions of helping dogs in need.

Animal Haven New York
(New York)

Animal Haven is a nonprofit organization that finds homes for abandoned cats and dogs throughout the Tri-State area and provides behavior intervention when needed to improve chances of adoption. Founded in 1967, they operate an animal shelter in Manhattan, where they also provide programs that enhance the bond between animals and people.

Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland
(Maine)

The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland nurtures the connection between people and pets to advance animal welfare and improve the quality of life in their community. The ARLGP provides temporary care and shelter for stray, abandoned, confiscated and relinquished animals, and places as many pets as possible into responsible and caring homes. They create awareness and support for the humane treatment of all animals and strive to end animal overpopulation through education and the promotion of spaying and neutering.

Animal Rescue League
(New Hampshire)

The Animal Rescue League of NH improves animal welfare around New Hampshire by helping pets and the people who care for them. The ARLNH is a nonprofit organization that helps more than 2,200 cats, dogs, and small animals each year. The ARLNH also employs one of only three shelter-based Animal Cruelty Investigators in the state. To help people who love their pets, but are currently struggling to care for them, the ARLNH offers community outreach programs, such as a Pet Food Pantry and Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics.

Animal Rescue of the Rockies
(Colorado)

Animal Rescue of the Rockies rescues animals at risk from euthanasia in overcrowded shelters, focusing on finding loving permanent homes for homeless and abandoned cats and dogs. They place pets in pre-qualified loving foster homes and ensure each pet is spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated before adopting them into forever homes. ARR serves the Colorado community by making a lifetime commitment to each pet in their care.

Austin Pets Alive!
(Texas)

Austin Pets Alive! is a nonprofit organization that promotes and provides the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals. They pioneer comprehensive, innovative programs designed to save animals most at risk for euthanasia. Their goal is to ensure that every shelter animal, in Central Texas and beyond, gets a true chance at the life they deserve.

BARC-CT
(Connecticut)

BARC-CT is a nonprofit animal advocacy and rescue organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes unwanted dogs from within the Bridgeport community and throughout Connecticut. BARC-CT focuses on rescuing animals and providing them with medical care and access to trainers and behaviorists to help them make a full recovery regardless of what they have endured. Their goal is to restore dignity, trust, and quality of life to each of the dogs in their care while working diligently to place them into the appropriate, loving “forever” home they deserve.

CHA Animal Shelter
(Ohio)

CHA Animal Shelter is a nonprofit animal shelter in northeast Columbus, Ohio. CHA is funded solely from adoption fees, donations from the public, and their own fundraising efforts. The CHA mission is to serve the people and animals of Central Ohio by providing safe, temporary shelter and care for abandoned or otherwise homeless cats and dogs, and to reduce pet overpopulation by means of spay and neuter, education, and community outreach.

Dane County Humane Society
(Wisconsin)

DCHS is a private, non-profit, community-supported organization and is not affiliated with any government agency or national animal welfare organization. We are an open admission shelter accepting all animals that need assistance regardless of age, health status or temperament. DCHS has an adoption guarantee, meaning all healthy or treatable animals can stay at DCHS as long as it takes to find a loving home

Eunoia Rescue
(South Carolina)

Eunoia Rescue is a nonprofit organization located in Charleston, South Carolina. They are dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals in South Carolina by pulling them from the euthanasia lists of local shelters and placing them in loving homes until they are adopted. The word “eunoia” means “beautiful thinking,” and Eunoia Rescue is hopeful that they can turn beautiful thoughts for animals into reality by giving them safe, loving forever homes.

Fine Whines & Lickers
(North Carolina)

Fine Whines & Lickers is an all-volunteer dog rescue and nonprofit organization dedicated to saving dogs of all sizes and breeds by placing them into loving, forever homes. They provide shelter to dogs who would have otherwise been euthanized as a result of overcrowding and/or lack of resources. Fine Whines & Lickers works together with other nonprofit rescues and shelters to raise funds, and we provide transportation of animals, donated food, and pet supplies to facilities in need. They also serve the community and adopters by educating and encouraging responsible pet ownership.

For The Love Of Dogs
(Vermont)

For the Love of Dogs Vermont is a shelterless rescue located in the Mad River Valley, Vermont. They rely on volunteers and foster families to provide short- and long-term care and rehabilitation for their rescues until they can be placed with their forever families. They commit to rescuing dogs from numerous southern states, while educating and raising awareness of dog rescue.

Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit
(Michigan)

Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, protection, and adoption of companion animals in need while inspiring the human-animal bond. They meet their mission by saving 100% of healthy and treatable animals, providing high-quality care and adoption services, delivering innovative outreach programs and activities that promote education, promoting animal welfare legislation and embracing environmental responsibility with earth-friendly practices and facilities.

Friends of Pima Animal Care Center
(Arizona)

Friends of PACC supports Pima Animal Care Center and enhances its efforts to save the lives of pets in need. Founded in 2016 by a group of PACC staff, volunteers and community members, this dedicated group knew that the newly renovated shelter needed support. Through community investment, Friends of PACC provides direct support to the more than 18,400 pets that enter Pima Animal Care Center every year.

FURKIDS, INC.
(Georgia)

Furkids, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, is a 501c3 nonprofit charitable organization that operates the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter in the Southeast for rescued cats and Sadie’s Place, a no-kill shelter for rescued dogs. Furkids has rescued and altered more than 55,000 animals since its founding in 2002. The Furkids mission is to rescue homeless animals, provide them with the best medical care and nurturing environment while working to find them a forever home. Furkids heals the whole animal, physically and emotionally, restoring its health and its spirit.

Jacksonville Humane Society
(Florida)

The Jacksonville Humane Society is a local, independent nonprofit in Jacksonville, Florida. JHS was founded in 1885 to serve Jacksonville and outlying areas and became a no kill shelter in 2005. Shortly after, a coalition was formed to make Jacksonville a no kill city, and that goal became a reality in 2014 when Jacksonville became the nation’s largest no kill city.

The Labelle Foundation
(Southern California)

The Labelle Foundation is a Los Angeles foster-based 501(c)(3) animal rescue devoted to saving, rehabilitating, and advocating for dogs. Through engaging the community far and wide, The Labelle Foundation aims to serve the animal rescue community by specializing in neonatal orphans, medical dogs, and mothers and babies. Their goal is to help the animals they rescue find loving forever families, save as many lives as possible, and educate on the importance of responsible dog ownership.

Pasadena Humane
(Southern California)

Pasadena Humane is a donor-supported, nonprofit organization that provides animal care and services for homeless and owned animals in the Greater Los Angeles Area. For more than 117 years, they have promoted compassion and care for all animals through lifesaving programs and services to the community that support the human-animal bond and keep pets healthy and safe.

Paws Chicago
(Illinois)

PAWS Chicago is focused on implementing solutions to end the killing of homeless pets and create a No Kill Chicago. Their mission is to build No Kill communities that respect and value the life of every cat and dog, to end the overpopulation of homeless animals through solutions and education, and to transform animal welfare by setting higher standards in the way animals are treated through a sustainable, solutions-based model.

Pets In Need
(Northern California)

Pets In Need’s mission is to provide animals with loving care and lasting homes, to partner with communities striving to do the same, and to advance their no-kill legacy. They accomplish their mission by transferring cats and dogs to their facilities from public shelters in the Bay Area and beyond when they are in danger of being euthanized due to space or financial limitations.

Pet Haven
(Minnesota)

Founded in 1952, Pet Haven is proud to be Minnesota’s first foster-based animal rescue organization. Pet Haven improves the lives of pets and the people who love them by rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming dogs and cats; reducing pet overpopulation by supporting spay and neuter efforts, and providing resources to people that help strengthen the human-animal bond.

Second Chance Rescue
(New York)

Second Chance Rescue practices responsible and innovative ways to reduce animal overpopulation in shelters, rescues and rehabilitates critically injured and neglected animals, and connects the New York community to services that enable animals to remain in their homes. Second Chance is made up of advocates, rescuers and educators devoted to making a difference.

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
(New Jersey)

For more than 80 years, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center has been dedicated to helping any animal in need, regardless of species, size, or temperament. With a people-focused, community-based approach, they treat every animal as an individual and emphasize specialized care for both animals and their families. St. Hubert’s supports families and advocates for positive change to create a world where all animals can thrive.

TAKE PAWS RESCUE
(Louisana)

Take Paws Rescue is a volunteer, foster-based, non-profit rescue group based out of New Orleans, LA. Their rescued animals live with loving foster families until a forever home is found. The mission of Take Paws Rescue is to meet the moral obligation to protect and save the lives of pets in need of rescue in Louisiana. Since 2015, Take Paws Rescue has enacted this mission by pulling pets from shelters and preparing them for transport to fosters, adopters, rescue organizations, and other shelters around the U.S. in need of adoptable pets.

Wags & Walks Rescue
(Southern California)

Wags and Walks is a dedicated community of dog lovers working to reduce euthanasia in local shelters and increase awareness of rescue dogs being wonderful pets. Wags and Walks is focused on advocating for wrongfully stereotyped bully breeds, medical dogs, and mamas + puppies that are often overlooked and at-risk due to overcrowding. Their goal is to find every pup an adopter whose home, family, and lifestyle are a perfect fit for a lifetime of love and happiness.