All Pets Veterinary Center provides discounted veterinary services to the following rescue groups. Please visit their sites and see all the wonderful work they are doing and consider making a donation
THE ARROW FUND:http://thearrowfund.org
The Arrow Fund is a Kentuckiana based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides medical treatment to animals who have been victims of extreme torture, abuse, or neglect.
LOUISVILLE WEIMARANER RESCUE: http://www.louisvilleweimrescue.com
The Louisville Weimaraner Rescue is a non-profit corporation, which has 501(c)(3) taxable contribution status with the IRS. Our objective is to find permanent, responsible owners for Weimaraners that come to our rescue through area shelters or private owners that, because of various situations, are unable to continue to keep their dogs.
SAVING SUNNY INC:http://www.savingsunnyinc.org
Saving Sunny Inc was founded after a beautiful young pit bull was thrown from a bridge into the Ohio River in downtown Louisville. She was rescued and named Sunny, and the mission of her group is to educate people about the gentle, friendly, and loyal nature of pit bulls and fight against the unfair and undeserved bias towards this breed.
LET THEM LIVE RESCUE:http://www.letthemliverescue.com
Let Them Live Rescue is a Nonprofit 501c3, dog rescue group dedicated to serving the animals in need. It is our mission to provide sanctuary, rescue, and to ultimately re-rehabilitate and re-home, abandoned, stray, neglected, and abused dogs. We also understand that some dogs due to extenuating circumstances can no longer stay with their families. Whenever it is possible for us to, we will reach out and assist not only the dogs but the families as well. Let Them Live Rescue is located in Taylorsville, Kentucky just outside of Louisville Kentucky.
If you find an injured or orphaned wild animal please check this list for someone that can guide you to help. Here you’ll find a list for the names and numbers of all licensed wildlife rehabbers in KY.
SPECIAL INTEREST LINKS
American Fancy Rat and Mouse Association: http://www.afrma.org
Website with everything you ever needed or wanted to know about keeping, caring for, showing and breeding rats and mice.
Small Mammal Channel: http://www.smallanimalchannel.com
Great information about keeping and caring for all exotic small mammals. Check it out.
Fish Channel: http://www.fishchannel.com
Website dedicated to keeping and caring for fish.