If you would like to make a donation to Second Chance Pets in memory of a beloved best friend here are two ways:
The Second Chance Pets (SCP) organization is managed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors which is vested with the management of the affairs of the organization. SCP is a 501(c)(3) corporation registered with the Texas Secretary of State on December 28, 1994. The SCP Board governs by a set of .
Second Chance Pets is dedicated to providing stray and unwanted pets a second chance through foster care and pet adoptions. Prior to adoption, each animal receives a health exam by a veterinarian, necessary vaccinations and treatment for disease or injury, and spaying or injury.
Use Second Chance Pet's Kroger code #81117
Dogs Available for Adoption - Second Chance Pets
Based out of DeWitt County, Illinois, Second Chance for Pets is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, fostering, and re-homing homeless, abandoned, and unwanted pets. Second Chance volunteers rescue pets from local high kill shelters and occasionally accept owner surrenders as space in foster homes permits. Second Chance for Pets relies solely on donations from the public. All of our adoptable pets are fully vaccinated. They are spayed/neutered (no exceptions), heartworm tested, Feline Leukemia tested, dewormed, and on flea and tick prevention. They also go to their new homes microchipped (age dependent) and ready to be registered. Pets with "(SC)" next to their names are currently in foster homes. Pets with "Courtesy Posting" or "CP" listed in their bios are not being cared for by Second Chance; you should use the phone number or email address listed in the bio to contact the caretakers of those pets.Second Chance 4 Pets Network was founded in 2012 to fill a need to help pets not only in our community but throughout the Northwest Indiana region. Our volunteers are committed to helping people help animals whether finding an adoptive home for a homeless pet, helping a person on a limited income keep their beloved pet in their home, or reducing pet overpopulation by spaying/neutering free-roaming strays. Our goal is to network with other animal rescue and no-kill shelters and help as many animals as we possibly can.
Second Chance 4 Pets Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the State of Indiana.You can rescue an animal or help an injured or sick animal from your living room or office! Second Chance Animal Rescue volunteers spend countless hours in the saving of lives and providing welfare for the hundreds of animals in need each year. YOU can sponsor a rescued dog or cat by donating money in the name of one of the animals on our list. Each animal there has been rescued, many from pretty dire situations and risk. Some require expensive surgery or lengthy rehabilitation. All donations are tax deductible and we can send you a donation acknowledgement or you can use your cancelled check. Help all animals, by getting your companion animal 'fixed' or assisting someone less fortunate in getting their animal spayed or neutered. Colorado alone kills approximately 27,000 homeless animals, not because there is something wrong with them, but because there are TOO MANY animals for the homes available. Be a part of the SOLUTION to pet overpopulation and the euthanization of approximately 4 MILLION animals in the United States EVERY year because they have no home. Please, spay your pets! If you need assistance contact us directly or SPAY COLORADO-- Use their online directory or call 1-877-654-SPAY to find donor-subsidized spay/neuter services in your areaSecond Chance for Pets will be hosting low cost rabies vaccinations clinics in March. Services include rabies and distemper vaccinations as well as microchips for dogs and cats.