Non-Profit Animal Rescue

Adopt a Pet

My mission is to rescue, save, and find love for as many fur babies as possible. The hope is that, someday soon, our services won’t be needed. We believe that this goal is attainable, but only with your help. Leann’s Animal Rescue operates as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.


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Getting Involved

Save an Animal

Adopting a Pet

The main goal of Leann’s Animal Rescue is to save animals from euthanasia, hoarding and other cruelty situations. We provide animals with medical care, behavioral rehabilitation, and training to prepare and help these fur babies find new loving forever homes!

Making a Donation

We work tirelessly to improve the lives of the animals we encounter. Your donation will help us fight against animal cruelty, homelessness, and neglect. With your help we can  give these pets a second chance at life. Your gift makes a difference!

What we do

Our Services

Animal Identification

All of our potential pets are micro-chipped and tagged for their protection and your peace of mind. We know that even the best fur-babies show their wild side from time to time and this is the best way to find your pet should they stray from home.

Finding Pets a Home

At Leann’s Animal Rescue, we are committed to finding a safe, happy and healthly home to every animal in our care. This is a big responsibility and we take it seriously. The adoption process is not difficult or expensive but it is thorough. Contact us for more information on adoption!


Spay & neuter

Help control the animal homelessness and overpopulation issue by spaying and/or neutering your pet. You can help save animals from being euthanized, thrown out, lost or tortured by taking this step. If you find the cost prohibitive, give us a call and let us help you help them.


The adoption process is surprisingly simple. We take our time getting to know you and our animals. This ensures that we can  make the perfect match for everyone involved! We are dedicated to giving these animals a loving “forever home” and won’t stop until we do just that!

My Mission

“At Leann’s Animal Rescue my mission is to rescue, save, re-home and find loving homes for as many fur babies as possible. My goal is to one day be out of lives to save.” – Leann

Get Involved

Each year, around 733,000 dogs and cats are killed annually in our nation’s shelters. But it doesn’t have to be that way. An estimated 17 million people will add a new pet to their families this year.


Adopt vs. Buying


If more of them would choose to adopt a pet, instead of buying one, we could reduce the number of animals killed in shelters significantly.
  • You will save a life.
  • If you adopt an adult pet, there’s a possibility you can avoid some of the hassles related to house-training and teething, which are associated with puppies and kittens. Of course, if you prefer a puppy or kitten, rescue groups and shelters have plenty of those available as well.
  • You’ll save money because adoption costs less than buying an animal from a pet shop or breeder.
  • Perfectly “perfect” animals of all breeds, shapes, ages and sizes are available at shelters and rescue groups. Just because an animal ends up there doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with them. They are just in need of a second chance.
  • I make sure they are behavioral tested in as many ways as possible before adoption. I spend many months sometimes doing this to ensure you’re getting a great companion for your family. I get them mostly trained and on the right road to a successful and flourishing future with your continued love and training. I’m well trusted in the area and with my process, have achieved some amazing lifelong homes for many animals in need.


You should never buy from pet stores. You need to find a respected breeder that cares about their dogs and the owners they sell to if you’re totally set on buying. When buying a dog, you’re starting from scratch. Many people are very concerned with ending up with a dog that misbehaves. This is a risk connected with adoption. I highly recommend doing your research and working with a reputable breeder. Make sure that you’re working with a breeder who has good reviews. Get recommendations from your vet, or trainers in your area. This should be a very involved process. Please do not support backyard breeders. of course I have seen tons of success from adoption and that is ultimately what I hope everyone does.  


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