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Rescue Organisations

Selfless; adjective; Having little or no concern for oneself, especially with regard to fame, position, money, etc.; unselfish.

‘To me, the people who foster and rescue define selflessness’. ~ Nathan Williams

If you are looking for a dog, you may just find your new best friend at one of these amazing rescue organisations.

Australian Working Dog Rescue

AWDRI is a nonprofit charitable institution whose primary function is to save Australian working dog breeds from being euthanised in council pounds and shelters, and find new homes for them.

Maggie’s Rescue

Maggie’s Rescue are a small group of carers who support local animals in need of homes. Their goal is to find these animals their permanent homes in families who will commit to loving them for life.

Paws for Thought

"Paws for Thought" Rescue is a husband and wife team working to help abandoned dogs from death row. Their aim is to successfully rescue, rehabilitate and ethically re-home companion dogs.

Big Dog Rescue

Big Dog Rescue is a small, family-run dog rescue group based in western Sydney. It has a no-kill rescue, meaning that all animals taken on are safe for as long as it takes to find them a new home.

No Kill Pet Rescue

No Kill Pet Rescue’s aim is to re-home beautiful and needy dogs to loving ‘forever homes’ where they are able to have a second chance in life. Their aim is to rehabilitate these animals and educate people in the community on responsible pet ownership and the joys of rescuing a pound dog or cat!