Rescue Groups

Rescue Groups

Rescue Groups

From the very day a new Zoom Room opens its doors, it begins its commitment to serve the dedicated, passionate dog rescue groups, animal shelters, humane societies and animal welfare organizations that work so diligently to improve the lives of dogs in their community. Yes, we throw great parties. But our parties aren’t really parties unless there is an opportunity to partner with one of these great rescue groups to make it the beneficiary of our efforts.

The Zoom Room remains committed to raising both funds and awareness for all rescue groups big and small through a wide range of ongoing efforts. Every month of the year, the Zoom Room hosts fundraisers for rescue organizations. And each year we facilitate the donation of tens of thousands of dollars for these animal welfare charities, while also encouraging the adoption of rescue dogs and assisting with their ongoing training.

Charitable Fundraisers for Dog Rescue Groups

We specialize in throwing unforgettable charitable fundraisers for an enormous variety of animal shelters, dog rescue groups, and other non-profit organizations concerned with animal welfare. Please contact your local Zoom Room to let us know how we can best serve you.

Whether you’re at the local or national level, we can cater the perfect fundraiser for you – the hands-down best option for raising money and awareness at an event to which attendees can actually bring their own dogs. Our most popular option is throwing a Doggy Disco® party complete with disco ball and laser lights on the floor for the dogs to chase.

At these events, we provide everything, and even help you solicit additional donations during the festivities. We’ll reach out to our own clients and to the community of dog lovers at large to increase attendance and exposure for your mission.

Dog Adoptions

The Zoom Room is the perfect spot for your rescue group to hold its next dog adoption event! Or consider partnering with us to make this a regular weekly or monthly event. All locations have dedicated space for pet adoptions either indoors or just outside. We can assist you with signage, tents, marketing, refreshments, and we’ll even extend special discounts on training and basic supplies to further encourage all visitors to open their homes to their new best friend. Please contact your local Zoom Room to make arrangements for your rescue group’s next dog adoption event!

Low-Cost Microchipping

At a growing number of Zoom Room locations, we are now offering low-cost microchip implant services. We will safely microchip your dog, add all of your contact information to the national database, and maintain your dog’s microchip number in our own records to further facilitate the safe return of your dog if she is ever lost. We do all of this at a mere fraction of the cost you’d find at veterinarian offices. Microchipping your dog is one of the easiest steps you can take to eliminate the number of dogs entering animal shelters. Learn more about our low-cost Microchipping.

Training Shelter Dogs

As the vast, vast majority of all dogs who enter the Zoom Room were rescued from shelters or thanks to the diligent efforts of great rescue groups, we have tailored our dog training offerings to expressly embrace these wonderful animals and the often less-than-ideal life they lived prior to finding their new, loving homes. Our Shy Dog class, for example, is perfect for rescue dogs – whether newly adopted or in your home for some time but still struggling with anxieties.

Additionally, we extend special discounts and even free training to many local shelters in an effort to make the dogs they house all the more adoptable. In study after study, it has been seen that dogs in animal shelters who have even a modicum of basic training are far more likely to be adopted. Therefore we do everything we can to facilitate this basic training.

Rescue Organizations

Here is a growing list of the humane societies, dog rescue groups, animal welfare organizations, dog adoption teams, and animal shelters that we are incredibly proud to call our community partners and the beneficiaries of our ongoing efforts at raising both funds and awareness to support their estimable goals.

We cannot urge you strongly enough to donate your time, money, and resources to these rescue groups and charitable organizations.

Angel City Pit Bulls (California)

Angel City Pit Bulls is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to creating a better future for pit bulls by promoting their positive image as loving family companions through education, public advocacy, adoptions, and responsible pet ownership.

Learn more about Angel City Pit Bulls.

Rescue Me (California)

Rescue Me Incorporated's ultimate dream is to provide a NO KILL Animal Rescue Sanctuary and Rehab facility for the homeless, abused, abandoned, neglected senior and special needs orphans currently in our care and the countless ones still awaiting rescue. 

Learn more about Rescue Me.

Rescue Train (California)

THE RESCUE TRAlN is a 501(c)(3) non- profit, no-kill organization dedicated to eliminating animal suffering and euthanasia through hands-on rescue work, education and awareness

Learn more about Rescue Train.

spcaLA (California)

spcaLA is an independent, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Southern California since 1877. Donations run programs and services including Cruelty Investigation, Disaster Animal Response Team, Humane Education and a variety of shelter services.

Learn more about spcaLA.

Four Legged Friends Foundation (California)

The mission of Four Legged Friends Foundation is to promote programs that save family pets, increase adoptions and share the joy pets bring to people.

Learn more about Four Legged Friends Foundation.

Peace of Mind Dog Rescue (California)

Peace of Mind Dog Rescue is dedicated to finding new loving homes for dogs whose senior guardians can no longer care for them due to illness, death, or other challenging circumstances, and to finding homes for senior dogs in animal shelters.

Learn more about Peace of Mind Dog Rescue.

Animal Friends Rescue Project (California)

AFRP is dedicated to finding good permanent homes for abandoned, stray, and abused companion animals and ending the pet overpopulation crisis through focused spay/neuter programs.

Learn more about Animal Friends Rescue Project.

The SPCA for Monterey County (California)

The SPCA for Monterey County's mission is to assure compassionate and humane treatment of all animals in our community.

Learn more about The SPCA for Monterey County.

Operation Blankets of Love (California)

Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) is an award-winning non-profit 501(c)3 public charity. They collect, transport and distribute recycled and new pet-related items to comfort stray, sick, neglected and abused homeless animals in shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries and foster groups. In addition, as an Emergency Response Team, they partner with those organizations to provide relief and comfort to animals that are displaced or endangered by catastrophe.

Learn more about Operation Blankets of Love.

Take Me Home (California)

Take Me Home is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that has been saving the lives of homeless animals for more than nine years. They work in conjunction with shelters and rescues throughout California and beyond to help save animals on death row, on the streets or in unsafe living conditions. Their team is driven by love, compassion and doing right by innocent animals who have no voice.

Learn more about Take Me Home.

Tails of the City Animal Rescue (California)

Tails of the City Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) no-kill organization, dedicated to the rescue, treatment, boarding and rehoming of animals in the greater Los Angeles area. Adoptions are held every Saturday from 1-4pm at the Petco on LaBrea in Los Angeles (intersection of 2nd and LaBrea, behind the Ralphs on 3rd and LaBrea).

Learn more about Tails of the City Animal Rescue.

LA Love and Leashes (California)

L.A. Love & Leashes is a program of Friends of LA Animal Shelters, a volunteer-run nonprofit dedicated to helping Los Angeles Animal Services increase adoptions and raise the live save rate for the 50,000+ animals taken in by our city shelters each year.

Learn more about LA Love and Leashes.

The Bill Foundation (California)

The Bill Foundation is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation dedicated to rescuing dogs from the Los Angeles shelter system and placing them in permanent loving homes.

Learn more about The Bill Foundation.

Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA (California)

The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. is a private, non-profit organization. They provide animal care and control services to nine cities in the eastern Los Angeles County area. The doors to the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. are open to every animal in need. Because we are a "full access" shelter, no animal is ever turned away.

Learn more about Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA.

Humane Society Silicon Valley (California)

Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) is an independent, nonprofit organization offering high-quality adoptions, medical services, education programs and pet care services to enhance the human-animal bond.

Learn more about Humane Society Silicon Valley.

Companion Animal Rescue Effort (California)

CARE's mission is to find good, permanent homes for dogs and puppies that were abandoned, relinquished, or found and never reclaimed. CARE will provide temporary shelter, food, love, and medical care to these foster pets until they are placed.

Learn more about Companion Animal Rescue Effort.

NorCal GSP Rescue (California)

This is an all-volunteer group dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of adoptable German Shorthaired Pointers in northern California.

Learn more about NorCal GSP Rescue.

NorCal GSP Rescue (California)

This is an all-volunteer group dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of adoptable German Shorthaired Pointers in northern California.

Learn more about NorCal GSP Rescue.

Copper's Dream (California)

This all-breed dog rescue, based in the SF Bay Area, rescues dogs from Northern California shelters. It is a foster-based rescue and relies on foster homes to help dogs on their way to adoption.

Learn more about Copper's Dream.

Pets in Need (California)

The goal of this rescue is to rescue and provide shelter, loving attention, food, and all necessary medical care to dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens who have run out of time at public facilities.

Learn more about Pets in Need.

Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA (California)

Biggest dog rescue organization in the San Francisco Peninsula. Other than dogs for adoption, this organization provides pray and neuter services, dog training, etc.

Learn more about Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.

The Lovejoy Foundation (California)

The Lovejoy Foundation is an animal rescue foundation formed to make a difference in the lives of the many homeless animals, who are abandoned, neglected and abused.

Learn more about The Lovejoy Foundation.

Big Dogs Huge Paws, Inc. (Colorado)

Big Dogs Huge Paws was founded on the core philosophy is that every "BIG" dog deserves a chance. Zoom Room Longmont proudly offers discounted training for BDHPI dogs in foster to ensure their best chance at a forever home.

Learn more about Big Dogs Huge Paws, Inc..

Shiba Scout Rescue (Colorado)

Shiba Scout Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to the rescue, training and rehoming of Shiba Inus and Shiba Inu mixes. Zoom Room Longmont proudly hosts adoption days and social gatherings for the Shiba rescue.

Learn more about Shiba Scout Rescue.

Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue (Colorado)

Every day, RMGDRI save the lives of Great Danes by rescuing them from harmful situations and then funding their medical care, pet medications, advanced surgical treatments, spay/neuters, food and shelter. Zoom Room Longmont proudly offers discounted training for Danes in foster care to enable them a better chance at a forever home.

Learn more about Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue.

A Soft Place to Land (Colorado)

A Soft Place to Land gives retired Mill dogs a new leash on life! Zoom Room Longmont proudly enjoys hosting social get togethers for this rescue and helping with training to bring these dogs out of their shells.

Learn more about A Soft Place to Land.

Dalmation Rescue of Colorado (Colorado)

Dalmation Rescue of Colorado is dedicated to locating permanent, loving homes for unwanted or abandoned Dalmatians. Zoom Room Longmont proudly offers discounted training for dogs in their foster care to help them be ready for their forever homes.

Learn more about Dalmation Rescue of Colorado.

New Hope Cattle Dog Rescue of Colorado (Colorado)

New Hope Cattle Dogs' mission is helping discarded, stray and unwanted Australian Cattle Dogs (ACD's) that need a second chance at finding a forever home and providing education and training to the public. Zoom Room Longmont has proudly hosted fundraisers and offers discounted training as needed.

Learn more about New Hope Cattle Dog Rescue of Colorado.

Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies (Colorado)

Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies is dedicated to the rescue, placement and public awareness to ensure that Golden Retrievers are adopted by people able to provide a safe, loving home. Zoom Room Longmont has donated gift certificates and products for their silent auction events.

Learn more about Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies.

Every Creature Counts (Colorado)

Every Creature Counts is dedicated to rescuing cats and dogs that are slated for euthanasia, finding loving homes for them, and offering very low cost spay/neuter and other veterinary services. Zoom Room Longmont has proudly hosted adoption events with ECC.

Learn more about Every Creature Counts.

Humane Society of Boulder Valley (Colorado)

It is the mission of the Humane Society of Boulder Valley (HSBV) to protect and enhance the lives of companion animals by promoting healthy relationships between pets and people. Zoom Room Longmont is happy to support HSBV at special events and fundraising.

Learn more about Humane Society of Boulder Valley.

Longmont Humane Society (Colorado)

Longmont Humane Society (LHS) provides temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year: dogs, cats, small mammals, and birds who are lost, abandoned, or surrendered. Loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous health care and daily exercise are standard parts of the high-quality care provided to each animal. Zoom Room Longmont supports LHS by participating in Ella's Walk and Paws in the Park.

Learn more about Longmont Humane Society.

Dumb Friends League (Colorado)

Founded in 1910, the Dumb Friends League is a leader in providing humane care to companion animals—sheltering lost and relinquished pets, adopting pets to new homes, investigating animal cruelty, reducing pet overpopulation, and educating the public about animals and their needs. The Dumb Friends League is the largest community-based animal sheltering organization in the Rocky Mountain region.

Learn more about Dumb Friends League.

Retriever Rescue of Colorado (Colorado)

Believing that all Retrievers deserve a safe, loving home, the mission of Retriever Rescue of Colorado is to rescue abandoned, abused, neglected and unwanted retrievers and to promote public education on animal-related issues. All rescued dogs are fostered prior to adoption. This organization prides itself on providing safe and promising second chances to these dogs while they await their new homes. Foster homes allow for social development and many times direction for learning basic commands, housebreaking and exposure to children, cats, and other dogs.

Learn more about Retriever Rescue of Colorado.

International Hearing Dog, Inc (Colorado)

International Hearing Dog, Inc. rescues dogs from local animal shelters, trains them to assist the hearing impaired then places them with recipients throughout the US and Canada free of charge. Once the Hearing Dog has been placed, IHDI staff remain in contact throughout the life of the dog to provide support, advice and guidance.

IHDI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Henderson, Colorado and relies entirely on community support to run our program.

Zoom Room Longmont is a proud sponsor of IHDI!

Learn more about International Hearing Dog, Inc.

Florida Humane Society (Florida)

The Florida Humane Society serves as a primary adoption facility rescuing companion animals from animal control and owner surrenders. The Florida Humane Society serves the needs of Broward and Palm Beach Counties and all of South Florida.

Learn more about Florida Humane Society.

Tri County Humane Society (Florida)

The Tri County Humane Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals believes animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measure and are entitled to legal, moral, ethical consideration, and protection. The Tri County Humane Society is a 100% no kill shelter and a 100% not for profit shelter.

Learn more about Tri County Humane Society.

Adopt-A-Bull Rescue (Florida)

Adopt-A-Bull Rescue, Inc. is a not-for-profit English Bulldog Rescue organization based in South Florida. Adopt-A-Bull Rescue is a network of bulldog lovers and volunteers with an unyielding desire to help English Bulldogs in need of an "intervention".

Learn more about Adopt-A-Bull Rescue.

Get-A-Life Pet Rescue (Florida)

Get-A-Life Pet Rescue volunteers retrieve pets who have been abandoned and provide them with a chance at the life they deserve. Get-A-Life Pets come from a variety of sources, including Animal Services, owner surrenders and as strays.

Learn more about Get-A-Life Pet Rescue.

American Humane Association (Nationwide)

The mission of American Humane Association is to ensure the welfare, wellness and well-being of children and animals, and to unleash the full potential of the bond between humans and animals to the mutual benefit of both. The Zoom Room is a proud official sponsor of the AHA's Hero Dog Awards.

Learn more about American Humane Association.

Morris Animal Foundation (Nationwide)

Morris Animal Foundation helps animals worldwide enjoy longer, healthier lives. Foundation funding supports approximately 300 research projects each year at more than 60 of the world’s most respected research institutions, colleges of veterinary medicine and zoos. Since its inception, the Foundation has funded more than 1,700 humane animal health studies that have benefited animals on every continent.

Learn more about Morris Animal Foundation.

Greater Charlotte SPCA (North Carolina)

To improve the quality of life of homeless animals through veterinary care, foster care, humane education, and spay/neuter programs.

Learn more about Greater Charlotte SPCA.

Carolina P.A.W.S (Pet Adoption & Welfare Society) (North Carolina)

We are devoted to helping abandoned and abused cats and dogs throughout the greater Charlotte area find loving homes.

Learn more about Carolina P.A.W.S (Pet Adoption & Welfare Society).

Humane Society of Charlotte (North Carolina)

The Humane Society of Charlotte is a community resource committed to improving the lives of companion animals through adoption, spay/neuter and education.

Learn more about Humane Society of Charlotte.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control (North Carolina)

The Animal Care & Control Division of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is committed to protecting the safety of citizens and animals within our community. Our goals are to create partnerships within the community in order to promote responsible pet ownership, decrease the overpopulation of domestic pets through spay-neuter programs, and to place adoptable animals in good homes.

Learn more about Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control.

PALS - Pet Adoption League Society, Inc. (North Carolina)

The mission of PALS (Pet Adoption League Society, Inc.) is to advocate for animal welfare by seeking to end the senseless deaths of companion animals.

Learn more about PALS - Pet Adoption League Society, Inc..

Tulsa SPCA (Oklahoma)

The Tulsa SPCA will lead a community-wide effort to improve animal welfare and strengthen the bond between animals and humans for the betterment of both.

To promote a quality of life for domestic animals, who provide companionship to people in the greater Tulsa area, through rescue, rehabilitation, education, advocacy and community service.

Animals: We value animals as individual beings that deserve love, safety and humane care

Human-Animal Bond: We believe animals contribute unconditional love and acceptance, resulting in psychological and physical well-being for their companions

Responsible Pet Guardianship: We believe guardians should provide proper care and well-being for their animal companions

Animal-Human Link: We believe proper care for animals can lead to improve care for humans

Education: We believe education is key to improving pet welfare

Advocacy: We believe animals deserve a strong voice in their defense by bringing awareness to the public and promoting public policy that supports the well-being and safety of animals

Community Nexus: We believe the community plays a vital role in animal welfare through spay and neutering, support of rescue and adoption efforts, and financially supporting agencies devoted to the well-being of animals.

Learn more about Tulsa SPCA.

Tulsa SPCA (Oklahoma)

The Tulsa SPCA will lead a community-wide effort to improve animal welfare and strengthen the bond between animals and humans for the betterment of both.

To promote a quality of life for domestic animals, who provide companionship to people in the greater Tulsa area, through rescue, rehabilitation, education, advocacy and community service.

Animals: We value animals as individual beings that deserve love, safety and humane care

Human-Animal Bond: We believe animals contribute unconditional love and acceptance, resulting in psychological and physical well-being for their companions

Responsible Pet Guardianship: We believe guardians should provide proper care and well-being for their animal companions

Animal-Human Link: We believe proper care for animals can lead to improve care for humans

Education: We believe education is key to improving pet welfare

Advocacy: We believe animals deserve a strong voice in their defense by bringing awareness to the public and promoting public policy that supports the well-being and safety of animals

Community Nexus: We believe the community plays a vital role in animal welfare through spay and neutering, support of rescue and adoption efforts, and financially supporting agencies devoted to the well-being of animals.

Learn more about Tulsa SPCA.

Animal Trustees of Austin (Texas)

For almost 20 years, Animal Trustees of Austin has provided safe, compassionate and affordable treatment for animals in our community regardless of their owner’s income.

Learn more about Animal Trustees of Austin.

Austin Humane Society (Texas)

As the largest no-kill, non-profit pet adoption center in Austin, the Austin Humane Society is dedicated to saving Austin's homeless dogs and cats, educating our community about responsible pet ownership, and reducing pet over-population.

Learn more about Austin Humane Society.

Austin Dog Alliance (Texas)

Austin Dog Alliance provides a variety of services, including pet therapy and pet training classes, dog-assisted social skill classes designed for children with autism spectrum disorder, after-school enrichment and summer camps. Austin Dog Alliance’s handler-dog teams visit local hospitals, rehabilitation centers and nursing homes and work with at-risk readers at schools and libraries.

Learn more about Austin Dog Alliance.

Gold Ribbon Rescue (Texas)

Gold Ribbon Rescue's main function is to provide a network for sheltering, rehabilitation and placing Golden Retrievers in permanent homes in Central Texas. Gold Ribbon Rescue also provides public education about responsible dog ownership and, in particular, about the Golden Retriever breed.

Learn more about Gold Ribbon Rescue.

Castaway Pet Rescue (Wisconsin)

Castaway Pet Rescue is a nonprofit, volunteer-based, rescue dedicated to rescuing and adopting homeless dogs into loving homes.

Learn more about Castaway Pet Rescue.

Big Dogs Animal Rescue (Wisconsin)

Big Dogs Animal Rescue is an all-breed animal rescue involved in rescuing unwanted and neglected animals for over 15 years. Their focus is on taking in the most needy from animal shelters and animal control facilities.

Learn more about Big Dogs Animal Rescue.

Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue (Wisconsin)

Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue is a foster-based group specializing in taking senior and medically challenged dogs from shelters for rehabilitation and permanent re-homing.

Learn more about Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue.

Milwaukee Pets Alive (Wisconsin)

The mission of Milwaukee Pets Alive (MPA) is to end the killing of Milwaukee’s homeless pets through comprehensive programs and resources benefiting and serving the people and companion animals of Milwaukee first. Their top priority is that all healthy, treatable and rehabilitatable animals at Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) achieve live outcomes.

Learn more about Milwaukee Pets Alive.

Wisconsin Humane Society (Wisconsin)

The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) is a private nonprofit organization whose mission is to build a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness. WHS has been saving the lives of animals in need for more than 130 years.

Learn more about Wisconsin Humane Society.

Havanese Rescue Inc. (Wisconsin)

Havanese Rescue Inc is an independent charitable organization which is focused on rescuing and re-homing Havanese Dogs which are left homeless and in need of their care.

Learn more about Havanese Rescue Inc..