12 Best Corgi Rescues in Iowa

Here you will find the list of the best Corgi Rescues in Iowa.

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Top 12 Corgi Rescues in Iowa

Below is the list of Shelters and Rescue Organizations in Iowa

1.) Last Hope Animal Rescue

In operation since March of 2004, Last Hope Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. It uses a foster system in the greater Cedar Rapids area with an adoption center in Southwestern Cedar Rapids. Many of the animals they rescue are from local shelters that partake in euthanization to make room, which LHAR is staunchly against, so they take it upon themselves to protect these animals and find them good homes. But they cannot do it all alone. They need support, which you can provide by visiting their website.

2.) Raccoon River Pet Rescue

Raccoon River Pet Rescue, or RRPR for short, operates in the small former train junction town of Perry and was created with a vision of providing safe and humane shelter to the dogs in not just Perry, Iowa, but also surrounding areas in the Des Moines-West Des Moines County. They also look to establish and strengthen the human-animal bond through volunteerism, fostering, and adoption. For further information, visit their website to learn more.

3.) Midlands Humane Society

From the organization’s boardrooms to the front lines, the Midlands Humane Society is passionate about giving a voice to the voiceless and getting them a second chance at living the life they deserve. The people involved in the organization work tirelessly for companion animals and their new families. They believe that animals are connected to the people, and to do that, they are willing to help in any way possible. However, as a non-profit, they can only do so much on their own. They need your help to do what they do best and you can do give them the push they need by visiting their links and learning more about who they are and what they do.

4.) Animal Rescue League of Iowa

This specific organization is something special. They are located in the state capital but serve every corner of the state, no matter how remote or populated it may be. The programs they offer range from adoption and education to actual physical intervention in the case of abuse or animal cruelty. They also are at work to prevent animal overpopulation and ensure the safety of animals in the state of Iowa. As a non-profit, they work using volunteers and do what they can, but to go above and beyond, to do what they are capable of doing, they need your help in their crusade. To help them, visit their website to adopt, or become a volunteer, or donate to them to give them a boost.

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5.) Second Chance Dog Rescue of Iowa

A licensed 501(c)(3) corporation, SCDR-IA specializes in rescuing dogs from breeding kennels and operations, as well as owner surrenders and at-risk strays. They work in concert with a veterinarian and make sure every animal that comes to them is as healthy as possible before putting them through rehab, retraining, and rehoming, specifically focusing on ensuring that the time they spend in rescue is as short as possible before they are given the opportunity to live their life as they see fit. To support this organization, if it resonates with your ethics, go visit their website and learn how to do so.

6.) Fur Fun Dog Rescue

Founded in September of 2014, Fur Fun Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue that is focused on helping animals find their perfect ‘fur’-ever home. They are fully volunteer-based and rely on fosters to take care of the animals while they line up adopters. Many of the rescues in their care are from shelters where they are at risk of euthanization while also working with surrenders and strays. The finances for such an operation come from private donations from individuals across the state and adoption fees, so to make sure they are able to take good care of the next addition to your home, they need your help in doing so. To actually aid them, go and visit them on their links and contact them.

7.) Animal Rescue League of Marshalltown

Established in 1947 and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1948, ARL Marshalltown has been operating diligently for over 75 years to create a community where no animals are left to starve and fend for themselves, a community where euthanasia is rendered unnecessary, other than for severe behavioral and medical issues; and finally, to build a community where companion animals can lead a comfortable and loving life until a permanent home can be found for them. If you feel their mission is valiant and needs to be supported, go ahead and visit their links above.

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8.) Noah’s Hope Animal Rescue

Noah’s Hope is not very dissimilar from many of the rescues all over the country, or even the state, for that matter. The rescue is a volunteer-powered non-profit devoted to rescuing neglected and abused animals from certain euthanasia and finding them loving forever homes. They also aim to educate the community and pet owners on responsibility and the importance of neutering, spaying, and obedience training. Adopt a furry friend today by visiting their website.

9.) Safe Haven of Iowa County

The mission of the Safe Haven is to recover, rehabilitate, and rehome dogs and cats in the area of Iowa County. Secondly, they want to significantly reduce the overpopulation of strays and improve the lives of both humans and pets through public education programs and sponsoring low to no-cost spay and neuter programs. The rescue needs support to work effectively, and that support can only come from you visiting their links or donating to them.

10.) Hope Animal Rescue of Iowa

The mission and the vision of the rescue are relatively simple and indicative of what they are capable of accomplishing at their absolute best. They want to rescue, protect, and provide hope for animals as they search for good homes for them to live in, giving them hope when they have lost hope and given up on a chance at a good life and speaking for those who are unable to do so. To show your support for what is a noble mission, go and check out their links or get in contact with them to learn how to do so.

11.) Furry Friends Refuge

12.) Cedar Valley Humane Society

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