Find the Dog You Desire at a Breed Rescue

Did you have your heart set on a specific breed but you want to adopt?

Did you have your heart set on a specific breed but you want to adopt?


Thanks to the American Kennel Club, we were able to bring you the largest dog breed rescues. With the majority of  these groups, we  found that medical, mental, and social care is provided if needed before they see a dog fit to reside within a new home. Keep in mind that some of the dogs rescued were abandoned, and abused, not just surrendered, so it’s crucial that they’re checked out before a dog moves on a perk of breed rescues? says that the benefit  of a rescue is that they know what to expect based on the breed, whether it’s in regards to medical or behavioral matters.

Beagles: BREW, standing for Beagle Rescue Education Welfare.

Serves areas in VA, MD, DC, DE, WV, PA, NJ & NY.

Contact Info:

Labrador retriever: The Labrador Retriever Club

Provides a National Coordinator to assist in finding new homes for Labs. These guys normally range from 8 months to 6 years.

Pug: Pug Dog Club of America

Provides referrals for local pug rescues.

Contact Info: Jim Sexton Email:

Golden Retriever: The Golden Retriever Club of America National Rescue Committee

Support the hundreds of local rescues and takes part in finding a local rescue for Golden Retrievers.

Contact Info:

Bulldog: The Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network
Non-profit organization, with many volunteers that aid in the care of bulldogs until they find their new home. Included is medical care, food, shelter, and training.

Contact Info: Stephanie Light: – Website:

Poodle: The Poodle Club of America

Provides referrals to rescues in local area

Contact Info: Mrs. Sally Poindexter,

Yorkshire terrier: The Yorkshire Terrier Club of America Rescue

Provides referrals to rescues in local area

Contact Info: Barbara Meskan,  Email:

Dachshund: The Dachshund Club of America

Has coordinator that assists in finding rescues near your area.

Contact Info: Emma Jean Stephenson- Phone #: 724-846-6745

Boxer: Adopt a Boxer Rescue

Doesn’t discriminate against any age, sex, color of any Boxer.

Contact: Dawn @ Phone #: 877 570 0360

Chihuahua: The Chihuahua Club of America

Dogs must be spayed or neutered and have physical and behavioral evaluation before they can be placed on website for rescue reference

Contact: Lynnie Bunten Phone #: 210-889-0780

Rottweiler: Rottweiler Rescue Foundation,

Part of the American Rottweiler, the Colonial Rottweiler Club, the Colonial Rottweiler Club and the Medallion Rottweiler Club, this foundation supports over 45 Rottweiler  rescues in the US.

Contact: via their website:

Shih Tzu: The American Shih Tzu Club

Provides referrals for Shih Tzu local rescues

Contact Info: Loree Levy-Schwartz Phone: 408.266.1221 E-mail @:

Doberman Pinscher: Doberman Rescue via Doberman Pinscher Club of America

Involved with, and raises funds to Doberman local rescue groups. In order to be a part of their rescue program, groups have to abide by their cod e of ethics insuring the care of the Doberman’s wellbeing.

Contact Info: Angus Thom Email:

Great Dane: Great Dane Club of America

Supports and lists local rescues for numerous locations in the US.

Contact Info: Kathie Shea Phone #: 610-255-4052 Email:

German Shepard: American German Shepard Rescue Association

Provides money via fundraising for dog rescue groups. Updated rescue centers for each state are listed on the website:

Contact Info: Linda Kury Phone #: 707-994-5241 Email:

Miniature Pinscher: Miniature Pinscher Club of America, Inc.

Provides referral for Miniature Pinscher local rescues

Contact Info: Linda Lipe 

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel-ACKCS Rescue Trust, Inc.

Rehabilitates abandoned Cavaliers to place them into a safe, new home throughout several districts of the U.S.

Contact Info: Renee Bruns Email:

English Cocker Spaniel- The English Cocker Spaniel Club of America, Inc.,

Provides medical, mental, and social assistance for Cocker Spaniels that need to be rehabilitated and rehomed. Part of their funds also go towards research for Cocker Spaniels, as well as to purebred dogs.

Contact Info: Chereen Nawrocki Phone #: (530) 272-5191 Email: 

Mini Schnauzer-The Rescue Program -American Mini Schnauzer Club

Educates people in regards to Mini Schnauzers and refers people to local rescues.

Contact Info: Kelly M. Radcliffe  E-mail:

Siberian Husky –Siberian Husky Rescue via Siberian Husky Club of America

Provides referrals to rescues in local areas.

Contact Info: Barbara Horsey Email:

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