Canine Confections feels very strongly about the animals that are in need of forever homes finding them. Every animal in our home is a rescue and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Below are the rescues we admire. They save animals that have been given up on, abandoned, and even abused. Please help us help them, by letting us know you would like to donate a portion of your purchase to help the shelter continue to do such wonderful work and save animals that would not have a chance otherwise. Also, if you do not have a need personally for treats you are welcome to purchase Canine Confections for the pups at the shelter and we will make sure they receive them.
Please mention this in the order cart notes or you are welcome to send a message!
PLEASE ADOPT DON’T SHOP!
Grove City Area Pet Rescue
Happily Ever After Rescue
We are a small non-profit animal rescue located in Clarion County, PA.
We focus on rescuing, rehabbing and rehoming Bully Breed canines.
We operate entirely out of our own pocket.
14066 Rt 68, Sligo, PA 16255
Phone – 814-745-3403
New Lease on Life
New Lease on Life has been helping homeless dogs, cats and small animals to receive the care they need and find new homes since 2010. The shelter is open Monday through Saturday 1pm to 7pm for adoptions.
Assistance for families with unexpected litters of puppies or kittens is also available through the Better Beginnings program which provides a free spay for the mother when the pups or kittens are surrendered to the rescue so they can find loving new homes.
New Lease on Life
2773 E Midlothian Blvd
Struthers, Ohio 44471
Precious Paws Animal Rescue (PPAR)
Precious Paws Animal Rescue (PPAR) was founded in 2001 in Franklin, Pennsylvania by a diverse group of local citizens who care deeply about animals. We have no paid staff (with the exception of the vet and tech for the SNYP clinic) and all of our efforts are coordinated through volunteers. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and a Guidestar platinum rated charity.
PPAR believes that all life has the right to freedom from cruelty, abuse, ignorance, exploitation and neglect, and is entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. Furthermore, we believe that every domesticated animal has the right to be wanted, cherished, and protected, and deserves not to be born unless these rights can be guaranteed.
PPAR receives no tax dollars, federal or state funding and relies on donations, grants, fundraisers, bequests (wills), and adoption fees to fund its programs. PPAR is not affiliated with other humane organizations or animal control facilities, although we partner with other organizations for the good of animals. We exist through the generosity of many individuals and businesses and are supported by a community that cares.
- The SNYP Clinic actively works to prevent pet overpopulation through weekly spay and neuter clinics in Franklin. Since April 2014, the clinic has spayed or neutered more than 3,900 animals, both dogs and cats, and is Venango County’s only non-profit spay/neuter clinic. More than 60 percent of the surgeries were free or at a reduced cost, based on the pet owner’s income and the ownership status of the animal (feral cats are typically $35). We have several volunteers who help with TNR in our community to fix feral cats before they become a population problem
- The Oscar Fund, named for an abused Jack Russell terrier determined to survive, helps sick, injured or abused animals that might otherwise go untreated or be euthanized. The Oscar Fund has spent more than $14,000 on medical expenses for unowned animals or for animals whose owners can’t afford it.
- The Pet Food Bank distributes cat and dog food to needy pet owners. So far in 2016 alone, the Food Bank has given out 2 tons of each to income-eligible Venango County residents. We recently donated a pallet of food to the Clintonville food bank for our southern Venango County residents.
- The adoption program works to actively place animals in forever homes. Beyond the initial placement, Precious Paws works to keep animals in their homes — good behavior is taught to animals in foster homes prior to adoption, and pet behavioral counseling is offered through a volunteer trainer to help owners even after adoption.
- Operation Warm Doggy, held at least twice a year, offers free straw, dog houses (as available), feral cat styrofoam shelters to Venango County residents to keep animals warm in the winter.
PO Box 784, Franklin, PA 16323
Phone is 814-671-9827