The doctors and staff of Hope Animal Clinic have dedicated themselves to the well being of animals, and they recognize the remarkable public service that many rescue organizations provide for stray, abandoned, neglected, and abused animals. Hope Animal Clinic has provided low cost veterinary services to local rescue organizations since our doors opened in 2000. We support and applaud the work of these organizations as they seek to remedy the problem of stray, abandoned, neglected, and abused animals through enhanced public awareness, quality veterinary care, and loving adoptive homes.

Below is a contact list of some of the rescue organizations that Hope Animal Clinic services. We provide this information to help those who may want to obtain more information about these groups, adopt a pet, volunteer some time, or make a financial donation directly to the organization. To make a donation to one of these organizations, contact them directly using the information below.

The monetary demands of caring for these needy animals is enormous. Please know that any amount that you give directly to the rescue organization of your choice helps tremendously in the overall mission of securing a healthy, happy life for each and every animal.

Rescue Organizations

Alabama SPCA

The Alabama SPCA (Alabama Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is a 501(c)3, statewide animal welfare organization whose goal is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dog and cats who have ended up in a shelter and are at risk of euthanasia. We are not associated with the ASPCA and, therefore, receive no funding. We depend solely on our wonderful, unpaid volunteers to foster the dogs until they are adopted into a loving forever home.
Facebook page: Alabama SPCA
Alabama SPCA
P.O. Box 78,
Northport, Alabama 35476

Bama Bully

Bama Bully Rescue, Inc.(BBR) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization located in Alabama that works with shelters and the public in finding homes for Pit Bulls and “bully breeds” that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected. “Bully breeds” include American Pit Bull Terriers, American Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Boxers, and some “bully breed” mixes. BBR strives to educate the public about the true nature of such breeds and encourages responsible ownership by offering training, behavioral, and health care advice.
Facebook page: Bama Bully Rescue
Bama Bully
P.O. Box 306
McCalla, Al 35111

Peace, Love & Dog Paws

Peace Love & Dog Paws Rescue, Inc., is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that believes that it is our moral responsibility to rescue, protect, and improve the lives of abused, neglected, and homeless dogs of all breeds. We pledge to be the voice for those dogs that cannot speak and be their saving grace when all hope has been lost. Our goals are to promote kindness to animals through education and by example, encourage responsible pet ownership, support spay/neuter of dogs to help control the pet population. We believe in building strong alliances with fellow, reputable rescues, and rescuers, so that we can work together in the relentless fight to save lives… one dog at a time.
Peace. Love, and Dog Paws Rescue
P.O. Box 43501
Birmingham, AL 35243
Rescue Phone Number: 205-542-4407

Two By Two

Two by Two Rescue, a 501 (c)3 non profit organization, is a no-kill rescue that does not discriminate against breed, age or medical needs. Our mission is to bless abused, abandoned and distressed dogs. We operate out of foster homes, not a facility. You can be a humane hero three different ways! First, you can adopt a pet. No space for a pet? Then please donate! You can donate directly to our account at Hope Animal Clinic, visit our website & Facebook page, and/or mail in a donation. Thirdly, you can be a foster home by providing a temporary home until a permanent one is found. Email us if you have questions.
Facebook page: Two by Two Animal Rescue
Two by Two Rescue
P.O. Box 708
Helena, AL 35080