Saving from South Florida and Beyond. Rescue is What We Do!
As a non-profit organization, a little donation can go a long way in helping us run the shelter and continue to provide the best possible care for the animals until they are adopted into new homes.
Tri-County Animal Rescue is home to many cats and dogs just waiting for the right family to come along. We do our very best to provide them all with care and shelter, but you can give them a true home.
Tri-County Animal Rescue is a great place to get actively involved. Whether it is helping out walk dogs, or providing assistance in the cat room, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
There's always something new going on over here at Tri-County Animal Rescue. Make sure to stay updated on all of the news and current events so that you don't miss out on any of the action.
Big things are happening at Tri-County Animal Rescue, make sure to keep up with the latest news.
Shadow was one of the 70 dogs Tri-County Animal Rescue rescued last month. He was kept outside, every single day and night, in Jasper, Alabama. The kill shelter that housed him had a 90% kill rate, never administered any vaccinations, and euthanized a dog on the spot if it showed any sign of disease or illness. Shadow had a prolapsed rectum that if left untreated, would have left him dead before his 4th month of living. Please, donate today to help pay for his life saving surgery!
In honor of the second annual Hill's Shelter Hero contest, Tri-County Animal Rescue has nominated Shelley Franco. She has been an outstanding volunteer for the last 8 years and we are so thankful to have her. She has such a kind, compassionate, and dedicated demeanor. Thank you, Shelley, for all you do! Please vote for Shelley Franco as a Hill's Shelter Hero and Tri-County Animal Rescue could receive a grant of $10,000 to help continue our rescue efforts.
Puppy Mill Rescue More than 170 animals were found living in extremely neglectful conditions on a property in Mississippi. They were running loose around the overgrown property, held in dilapidated pens strewn throughout, and in filthy conditions inside barn rooms, in the property owners’ house and in an abandoned country store on an adjacent property. The animals were all extremely dirty and suffering from heavy infestations of internal and external parasites such as fleas, ticks and worms.
JC, an 8-week-old English Bulldog puppy. He fell down the stairs and was surrendered to Tri-County Animal Rescue with extensive injuries. He presented with a Lateral Humeral Condylar Fracture. Surgery will cost over $2,500... We need your help!
Daley is a 7-year-old Schnauzer rescued from a High-Kill shelter. He has poor tear production and severe cataracts in both eyes. Please help him see the light again.
Tri-County Animal Rescue in collaboration with ARC saved a total of 60 dogs in a span of two days from both a puppy mill in Tennessee and a high kill shelter in Alabama. The animals in TN lived in deplorable conditions and the shelter in AL did not have the adequate space to properly house the animals that lived there.
Watch our video about dogs and cats up for adoption at Tri-County Animal Rescue. This video is guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
Chipper, an 8 month old Dachshund/Min Pin mix, was hit by a car. We rescued him from a kill shelter and x-rays revealed that the handsome puppy had a bilateral pelvic fracture. We brought him home and had the surgery with Dr. Roy at Palm Beach Veterinary Specialists. Chipper can walk again thanks to YOU!
Tri-County Animal Rescue's 'Mission Of Mercy’ Rescue to save 19 dogs and puppies in a hoarding case in Ohio County, Kentucky is the second time in three months that Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) has tapped TCAR for assistance, demonstrating ARC’s continuing trust in TCAR’s exemplary expertise and successful track record in rescue and re-homing.