Partnering Up with Area Pet Rescues
Working with pet rescues throughout the region is an integral part of our mission to provide exceptional care to as many animals as possible. At Companion Animal Hospital Kenosha, we are extremely fortunate to have several outstanding rescue groups that we can call our partners. They offer immeasurable support for animals in need and we believe that they deserve just as much support in return.
Read on to meet our pet rescue partners and learn more about what they do.
Paws & Affect
Paws & Affect Animal Rescue is a 501c3 all breed, all ages, all animal rescue. They are built on a foundation of 18 years of rescue experience. Their team is dedicated to finding furever homes for the forgotten. They believe in transparency, honesty, and are passionate about doing what is right for the animals in our care.
Safe Harbor is an open admissions animal shelter that has been operating right here in Kenosha for over 100 years. Along with sheltering animals, they also offer low-cost vaccine and spay/neuter clinics.
Midwest Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare (B.R.E.W.) is an all-volunteer, non-profit rescue organization that rescues Beagles from high-kill animal shelters. B.R.E.W. was originally founded in Northern Virginia but has since grown over the years. Since their establishment in 2002, Midwest B.R.E.W. has helped to save and re-home more than 4,000 Beagles.
Woof Gang is an all-volunteer, non-profit, no-kill dog rescue that serves Wisconsin and several other states. Their primary goal is to get dogs out of high-kill shelters and into loving, responsible homes. If you’re interested in contributing to their cause, contact them through their website or Facebook.
REACH Rescue Inc. rescues dogs that are stray, abandoned, relinquished, abused, neglected, or have run out of time at public shelters and are scheduled to be euthanized as a result of overpopulation. REACH attempts at all times to bring animals and their people together. Their organization is committed to promoting the rescue, adoption, and public education necessary to ensure that all animals passing through our care REACH a stable, healthy and happy life.