$500 helps cover the cost of heartworm treatment for one dog

Have a spooky good time on a Friday or Saturday on a tour. Beyond the Grave is a pet-friendly 75-minute stroll by candlelight around Charlotte’s streets. It’s not just a Halloween activity. Are you a fan of classic cars? There are more than 500 cars in showroom, and bring your doggie on a leash. Featured cars include a 1965 Shelby Cobra Replica, a 1967 Chevy Corvette, and a 1957 Chevy Bel Air.

We regularly try to bring in dogs from Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control and other rural kill shelters, as well as, rescue homeless dogs.

Family Addition Dog Rescue of Charlotte is a group of like minded individuals who dedicate their homes and their hearts to providing refuge to the many abandoned, abused and neglected dogs of our community. FADR typically rescues from small rural kill shelters and often houses 30-45 dogs at any given time. Each dog is fully vetted, micro chipped, altered, fed high quality nutrition and started on monthly flea & heartworm preventative. FADR has placed/re-homed over 400 dogs and a few cats.

Charlotte Dog & Puppy Adoption | Humane Society

Many of our animals come from high-kill shelters and other rescue situations Thank you for your interest in the wonderful puppies and dogs that we have here at the Humane Society of Charlotte. If you see a dog that you are interested in, please visit us at our 2700 Toomey Avenue shelter (open daily 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) and our HSC Petco Adoption Center in Huntersville – click for directions (open daily 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.)

The Humane Society of Charlotte: Animal Shelter

Dog Days of Charlotte is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Charlotte, NC that works with volunteers every day to rescue dogs from high-kill shelters around the Piedmont Region of North Carolina. Our mission is to seek out and recruit temporary foster homes for dogs in these shelters, before they are euthanized. Once the dog is safe in their foster home, we act as a liaison between the foster family and rescue group that sponsored the dog, assisting with the coordination of vetting appointments, transports and adoptions.

The Humane Society of Charlotte