International Pet Rescue

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International Pet Rescue2017-06-29T14:48:30-05:00

Not only does Animal League America save the lives homeless animals from across the U.S., but we care about our four legged friends from around the globe as well. Our Rescue Department has collaborated with organizations from places like Beijing, Yulin, Taiwan, Thailand, Turks & Caicos, Kosovo, Russia, etc.

As the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization we take pride in providing better lives for as many homeless animals as we can, regardless of the lengths we have to go to do so.

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Read About Our International Rescue Efforts

Our shelter partner, Turks and Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (TCSPCA), reached out to us to help a hurt pup needing medical care beyond what they could handle. Our rescue team acted swiftly, and brave Niko was soon on his way to the safety of our Port Washington, NY campus.
After ten-year-old Phoenix was rescued from a puppy mill, he wasn’t ready for his journey to be over. Though his frail body gave out from cardiac arrest within minutes after arriving to our campus, miraculously this little Maltese sputtered back to life in our Pet Health Center, earning him the nickname Phoenix.
North Shore Animal League America partnered, for the first time, with K9 Global Rescue to bring four dogs, rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm, to a new life in the United States where they will now become treasured pets. After more than 20 hours traveling by land and air, the dogs arrived at the airport and were met by our Rescue Team who then shepherded them through U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and brought them safely to our Port Washington, NY campus.
Recently, we teamed up with Elephant Nature Park Dog Sanctuary in northern Thailand to save the lives of three 5-month-old puppies who were abandoned at the gates of the facility with no food, water, or shelter.
North Shore Animal League America’s Rescue Team joined in the efforts to prevent six Shepherd mix puppies from suffering horrific ends before their lives even began at the Yulin Meat Trade “Festival” in China.
As millions of Floridians continue to regroup after Hurricane Irma tore through the state last week, our Emergency Rescue Team is there to provide relief in any way possible.
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