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The Rescue Groups listed below have all received fundraising donations from the Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue Foundation. YOU can assist us in supporting organizations like the ones showcased in this page by donating. Please click on the logos below to read their stories.

Saving dogs from all the usual avenues, including the Sled Dog Industry.


Inspired by a Fostered Malamute named ICE, this 100% volunteer-run organization dedicated to rescuing homeless dogs and finding them forever homes.
We all love animals, but sometimes love is not enough. It costs money these days to keep up on your pet’s health. Sometimes families need financial assistance and that is where this Foundation comes to the rescue.

Seeing a need & fulfilling it.


This group deals with a lot of the harder to place rescues and is one of the favorites of this Foundation.


This Georgina, Ontario  cat rescue organization has their TNR program down to a science.

This rescue out of British Columbia was established to assist in re-homing, re-habilitating & vetting abandoned and displaced animals. They also assist other rescues in their vicinity.  Check out their Facebook page at @AWorthyClaws.


Founded out of passion and love for dogs, this rescue has a reach from Puerto Rico to Brantford, Ontario and everywhere in-between.

Their motto: “We help horses with people problems! Rehabilitate, re-teach, re-home!”

A foster-based rescue group out of Cambridge, Ontario.


Sight Hound lovers saving the Ibizan Breed thanks to Hound Haven.

We here at DCPRF, not only distribute monies to Rescue Groups, but we also support their fundraising efforts.

An Ottawa based shelter, with small chapters in Toronto & Montreal.

A volunteer base equine welfare organization in Hagersville, Ontario,  that ensures quality care and treatment of horses through intervention, education, and outreach.

NTCR is a volunteer run, non-profit, registered Charity concerned with the welfare of cats.  The way they facilitate their mandate is pretty interesting.

Black Dog Rescue, rescues dogs are left to fend for themselves against harsh weather, lack of food and shelter; attacks from wild animals are also a constant threat for these dogs.

Based out of Mississauga, Ontario, their focus is rescuing dogs from the state of Georgia, U.S. of A.

Their mission is to bring community cat populations in The Maritimes, into balance through trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs and to improve the lives of feral cats.

Volunteer driven means lots of fundraising events to keep their goals alive.

They are working what they call “ The Korean Project”.  Read their take on importing dogs from overseas.
Brachycephalic dogs- read this article before purchasing one, or better yet, adopt one, there’s lots out there.
A non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to placing homeless boxers in loving homes.
Rescue Dogs Match is one of those 100% volunteer run organizations that gets no funding, and survives solely on kind people that donate directly to their organization, plus their fundraising events.  Check out the work they do by viewing their  success stories, and the role that publicity & media  can do for non for profit groups.
I met Suzi, at an all-breed rescue event I was attending years ago. Of course I gravitated to her when I saw her focus was on the Cherry’s breed of dog, of choice, the English Bull Terrier.
Check out a rescue group that has one of the most extensive adoption applications out there.  Kudos to them!  Dogs should be like bathing suits, they are non-refundable.  But yet, I am sure if someone did need a refund, they would take the dog back into their care.


This organization was ground zero for me, President of Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue Foundation, in taking notice of this special world of dog rescue. 


WIN! This word could have a lot of interpretations, but at Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue Foundation it has a very specific meaning in regards to dog rescue.
They aren’t called Tiny Paws for nothing.  This organization specializes in finding homes for smaller dogs.


If you want options on how you want your money spent within an organization, K9-Aid, has lots of programs to suit your desires.  From assisting Monks in Thailand to care for their dogs, Food-Aid, their SNIP Sterilization Program, to becoming a K9-Angel, or join their Old Dogs Rock Club., you’ll find your niche, and be a hero!
B.O.B.is a Toronto based assistance agency for aging beagles experiencing  troubled times.

A Foster based Rescue Group in St. Jacob’s, Ontario has a dedicated group of volunteers.


Orangutans, how can you not support a group fighting to save lives that are so human like?