Rescue and Rehabilitation Resources
Need help? The Millan Foundation has compiled a list of organizations that we hope will help you and your canine.Where can I find a canine professional in my area?
We recommend referring to the Find a Professional tool of the International Association of Canine Professionals for assistance in locating a dog professional in your area.Here are some additional suggestions:
|Seek the advice of a trusted veterinarian to rule out any physical or neurological problems and request a referral.|
|When you meet calm-assertive dog owners, aka Pack Leaders, ask them how they achieved calm submission in their well-balanced dogs.|
|Locate and contact veterinarian schools and accredited dog behavior colleges to inquire about behavior specialists, programs, or services offered.|
|Dog trainers and obedience class instructors may be able to provide contact information for other local professionals who practice dog psychology in addition to traditional training methods.|
|Local breeders sometimes work in conjunction with dog trainers and behaviorists to help new owners or people who have the same breed.|
|Contact dog daycare facilities, groomers, walkers, and pet sitters for references.|
|Try an internet search with keywords such as dog psychologist, dog rehabilitation, dog behavior counselor, and dog trainer.|
|Contact your local animal care services, humane society, and rescue groups.|
|Look in the telephone directory (usually in the yellow-colored pages).|
How can I donate to help shelter and rescue pets?
The Millan Foundation is a national, non profit 501(c)3 foundation designed to aid and support the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of abused and abandoned dogs.
How and where can I adopt a pet?
Petfinder.com lists over 200,000 adoptable animals in shelters across the United States.
Pets 911 lists thousands of adoptable pets, as well as local veterinarians, spay/neuter resources and locations, and local volunteer opportunities.
The Humane Society of the United States gives important information to consider before adopting a pet.
Where can I find a place to volunteer for shelter and rescue pets?
Give to your favorite charities in one place.
Finding homes for our nation's pets.
Where can I find information on spaying or neutering my pet?
www.spayusa.org or 1-800-248-SPAY (7729)
For resources and information on low-cost spaying and neutering.
Where can I find web hosting or help posting adoptable pets on the web?
A great online resource for rescue organizations.
Where can I find information on pet health insurance?
Compare quotes from multiple companies.
Where can I find more animal welfare resources?
The Humane Society of the United States. Celebrating animals, confronting cruelty.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Working with you -- and with humane groups all across the country -- to bring about a time when there are no more homeless pets.