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Rescue Organizations

Below are wonderful rescue organizations where you can adopt a double merle.

If you would like your organization added to our list, please contact us.

Keller's Cause

Ann Arbor, Michigan and North East, Maryland

Keller's Cause is a 501c3 non-profit organization that was founded in September of 2015, in the name of double merles. We are dedicated to their rescue, and strive to educate the public on the dangers in merle to merle breeding. We provide free training resources for owners if impaired dogs, and offer support to those in need.

Green Dogs Unleashed

Troy, Virginia

We are a non-profit organization committed to rescuing animals in need, rehabilitating them and professionally training them to become Therapy dogs and then placing them in homes to give back to the community, We focus on the rescue, rehabilitation and training of special needs animals to work with special needs humans.
 

Deaf Dogs of Oregon

Oregon

Deaf Dogs of Oregon is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that is committed to educating the public about deaf dogs and promoting deaf dog adoption. It all started when three strangers came together and decided that someone needed to speak on behalf of our deaf canine friends.

Pawsavers

Columbus, Ohio

Pawsavers is an Ohio based rescue organization that specializes in pets with special needs. They take in many of the dogs that other rescues overlook, including blind, deaf, and seniors.

Double J Dog Ranch

Hauser Lake, Idaho

 

Our mission is to rescue, re-home or offer sanctuary to double merles and other special needs dogs in jeopardy of euthanasia. Offer hospice care as an alternative to euthanasia for dogs at municipal shelters.  Educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter, unethical breeding practices, and what wonderful pets animals with special needs are.

Speak! for the Unspoken

Columbus, Ohio

SPEAK! for the Unspoken is a registered 501(c)(3) pet rescue located in the Columbus, Ohio area. We see possibilities, not disabilities!

Carolina Hearts Aussie Rescue

Durham, North Carolina

Carolina Hearts Aussie Rescue is a volunteer based organization whose purpose is rescue and place herding dogs into forever homes. Herding dogs do not do well in shelters and typically shut down. Their instincts and high intelligence lead them to become fearful and over stimulated in shelter environments. This often makes them seem un-adoptable to shelter staff and these healthy, well-behaved animals are often euthanized without ever having a chance to be on the adoption floor. While they are not double merle focused, they take in a great deal of them and find them wonderful homes.

Second Chance Farm

Granbury, Texas

Our mission is to offer care and a peaceful living environment for abused, physically handicapped, aged or homeless animals. Second Chance Farm offers an open space facility, a place of refuge, to help in protecting the quality of life and improve the well being of these animals through prevention, education, intervention, placement and lifetime care where they will live out their lives with dignity, love, and respect.

Amazing Aussies

Scottsdale, Arizona

Amazing Aussies is a foster based rescue in Arizona. They are dedicated to rescuing double merle Australian Shepherds and matching them with forever families. They also raise awareness in hopes to eradicate merle to merle breeding.

Pink Heart Rescue

Indianapolis, Indiana

Here at Pink Heart Rescue we strive not only to educate about Double Merle dogs but to assist Double Merle owners who need help with training or caring for their dog, help breeders and owners who may have not been prepared to take on the responsibility of a Double Merle dog, and help place Double Merle dogs in fitting homes that are prepared to work with a special needs dog and will be a forever home.

iRescue

Killeen, TX

iRescue is dedicated to helping homeless pets in the Weatherford/DFW area. iRescue south works out of the Killeen, TX area & helps deaf and/or blind dogs on a space available basis.

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