Great Dane Rescue Alliance has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Raleigh, North Carolina.
As Cary and much of the Triangle knows, Paws in the City places great importance on local pet adoption rescue, and shelter animals. When considering a new pet for the family, think about whether a rescue pet would be a good fit. The need is great. According to , there are “more cats and dogs in need in the Triangle area than all the rescue groups and animal shelters can admit to their programs.” When searching for a new dog or cat in the greater Raleigh area, check out .
- Vaccine Clinic supporting the Raleigh Rescue Mission School Supply Drive
- Dogs Day of Summer Celebration
- Flea/Tick Seminar with NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Students + FREE Doses of Flea Prevention
- Vaccine-for-my-Valentine Clinic
- Adopt-a-Family Vaccine Clinic with the Choices for Children Coalition (see the Community Service page for more details)
- Trick-or-Treat Vaccine Clinic with Costume Party
- Reduced-Priced Rabies Vaccine Clinic in support of World Rabies Awareness Day
- Vaccine Clinic supporting the Raleigh Rescue Mission School Supply Drive with special hosts from HOPE Animal Rescue
- Dogs Day of Summer Celebration with special hosts from SafeHaven for Cats and special guests from the Raleigh Police Department and K9 Unit
- Vaccine Clinic with a special appearance from the Raleigh Fire Department
Adopt a dog - Saving Grace Rescue & Adoption - Our Dogs
Help us care for these dogs, so we can save more
orth Carolina Rottweiler Rescue is the only non-profit Rottweiler Rescue Organization based out of Raleigh, NC that has been rescuing Rottweiler dogs since 1998. NCRR is an award-winning, all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless Rottweilers and placing them in qualified homes. Note: We often have other breeds available so, even if you’re not interested in a Rottie, please check out our Adopt Me page and our special site for small dogs.Many dogs in a Raleigh rescue shelter have no major behavioral problems and can be found new homes quickly -- the pretty, cute and friendly ones have the easiest time of it. Then there are the scared, shy and fearful ones who may be have been born with that type of personality, or their fears may have been created or exacerbated by the treatment they received at the hands of their previous dog owners. Sometimes this can be brutal and at other times, just the fact that the owners did not understand their canine companion and its needs, can increase the dog’s anxiety. These are the ones that sit at the back or their kennel, or bark and growl at visitors; some dogs just don’t do well in the noisy, busy kennel situation and cannot “show” themselves off to prospective owners. The longer they are in Raleigh kennels, the more difficult it becomes to re-home them.