Our Network

American Dog Rescue believes in helping all animals. Here is a list of our affiliations and some of the other animal foundations we specifically support through Our Foundation.


The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization—backed by 11 million Americans, or one in every 28. Established in 1954, The HSUS seeks a humane and sustainable world for all animals—a world that will also benefit people.

Best Friends Animal Society is guided by a simple philosophy: kindness to animals builds a better world for all of us.

The Tri County Humane Society is a no-kill organization. Once an animal is rescued by Tri County, it is saved for life. The organization will not release an animal to another organization that has a policy of euthanasia. In addition, they will only place animals with qualified prospective owners.

Salt Lake County Animal Services is a government agency that provides consistent, reliable, and professional solutions for animal related problems, which encourage responsible attitudes and allow people and animals to co-exist in a safer environment. (Advisor to Board of F.A.C.E.S., the 501(c)3 support organization)

Paws In The City is an all-volunteer nonprofit committed to ending the abuse, neglect and overpopulation of Dallas area dogs and cats. Our goal is that every adoptable dog and cat get a loving home.

PrideRock Wildlife Refuge is a safe haven for Big Cats that have been abused, abandoned, confiscated or that can no longer be properly cared for by their previous owners for whatever reason. The Refuge is located on 9 acres, thirty miles east of Dallas in Kaufman county, Texas. PrideRock is a non-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt publicly supported organization. The Refuge is operated by Gary and Carol Holliman and is currently home to 7 lions, 12 tigers, 8 cougars, and 8 wolf-dogs, and their own menagerie of family dogs.

Tigers for Tomorrow is an exotic animal park and rescue preserve, home to over 100 animals including 17 tigers, 14 mountain lions, 4 African lions, and 2 black leopards. As a last stop preserve, the animals live there for the remainder of their lives. Located on 140 acres in Dekalb County, Alabama, Untamed Mountain, home of Tigers for Tomorrow, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and is open to the public as a premier exotic animal park and rescue and family recreational destination, providing environmental educational programming to the community and tourists of North Alabama.

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