We work with no-kill 501(c)(3) Rescue Groups along the east coast that coordinate transports almost every week, that take the dogs to their next destination, whether it be another foster home or their forever home. We also work with local rescue groups here in Charlotte, NC that may require longer term foster homes and taking the foster dogs to weekly adoption events until they find their happily ever after!
Charlotte, North Carolina - Pet Adoption
4) Once you have the dog: We will link you up with the dog’s rescue group who is sponsoring him. In most foster cases, the dog will need to be spayed/neutered while in your foster care. Dog Days of Charlotte (aka Foster Charlotte) and the rescue group will help coordinate the vet appoint based on your schedule and availability. It is extremely helpful to us if you are able to arrange to drop of and pick up for these appointments. If you are unable, we can find volunteers to help. You will kept up to date on transport details (if the dog is going to an out of state rescue) and adoption events being help (if the dog you have belongs to a local rescue). Each situation is different and may require things that other foster placements may not.
Pet Adoption and Animal Rescue | Charlotte NC
Charlotte firefighters rescued two dogs from a smoke-filled house Wednesday morning in the 500 block of Hermitage Road, near Ardsley and Providence roads.
(Pet Adoption & Welfare Society)
Lucky Labs Rescue, located in Charlotte, NC, was founded by two really passionate ladies that were volunteers for other rescues for years before deciding to start Lucky Labs Rescue. Labrador Retrievers are America's favorite dog and there are so many in need of our help. We are overwhelmed daily with so many awesome dogs.Thank you for your interest in the animals we have at the Humane Society of Charlotte. Please check out our current dogs here which are available for adoption. We have many wonderful animals that need homes.