8 Best Australian Shepherd Rescues In California

Here you will find the list of the best Australian Shepherd Rescues in California.

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Top 8 Australian Shepherd Rescues in California

Below is the list of Shelters and Rescue Organizations in California

1. Helping Herders Rescue

Formed in 2016, this 501(c)(3) is still relatively new in the Aussie Shepherd rescue business; the mission and story of this organization is a tearjerker, borne from the love the founders have for herders. It is undoubtedly motivated by love and affection for the breed and should be supported. If you want to show them endorse and adopt a bobtail for yourself, visit their website.

2. Aussie Rescue SoCal. Inc

Registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, ARSC. Inc is part of a network with other rescue organizations that coordinate to bring awareness to and protect homeless and abused Aussies by providing medical care and rehab to dogs in foster homes until adoption. For more details and insight, visit their website.

3. Perfect Pet Rescue

With a 4.4-star out of 5 average rating on Facebook and 4.6 stars on Google, Perfect Pet Rescue is resoundingly LA’s preference for rescues. They specialize in all breeds of dogs- especially Aussies. The organization goes as far as to provide them with a clean bill of health so these fluffy boys can find the perfect abode.

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4. NorCal Aussie Rescue

They were born from two friends’ love for Australian Shepherds, supported by five others. This rescue has made it their sole mission to bring exposure to and provide loving families for all animals they rescue. If you’re interested in what these people are doing and their accomplishments, go to their website to learn how to support them and an Aussie.

5. Umbrella of Hope Animal Rescue

Umbrella of Hope Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in East Contra Costa County, California, is funded primarily by donations from community members. The organization’s primary focus is rescue, rehabilitation, and placement in forever homes for animals at peril in shelters. If you’re interested, please visit their website for more information.

6. Australian Shepherds Furever

Established in 2013, Australian Shepherds Furever is a National non-profit corporation dedicated to saving Australian Shepherds in need nationwide. With a focus on rescue-foster adoption, the organization brings puppies and dogs, mixed and purebred, in need across the continental United States. A dedicated team of volunteers works tirelessly to locate Aussies needing rescue. To learn more, visit the website.

7. Aussie Rescue San Diego

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At Aussie Rescue San Diego, it is a mission to save Australian Shepherds as needed. The experienced, compassionate volunteers provide the dogs with medical care, training, and enrichment until they find their forever home. They also advocate for greater public awareness about responsible dog ownership and celebrate the connection and lifetime of love of people and their pets. To be a part of the ARSD family, visit the website.

8. Angels n Paws Rescue. Inc

Angels ‘n’ Paws Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization helping homeless animals. They have rescued death row shelter animals, stray animals, and owner turn-ins. Each animal is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. They do not believe in euthanasia unless terminally ill, determined by a vet, and the animal is suffering. The organization is almost a miracle, and to witness it for yourself, visit the website above and show some support.

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