Sunny Lane Canine Academy
is happy to recommend the following animal rescue groups.
Whatcom County Humane Society
- Advocate for animals
- Educate the community to promote humane treatment and respect for animals
- Provide for abandoned, injured, abused or neglected animals
2172 Division Street
Bellingham, WA 98226
Telephone: (360) 733-2080 24 hour Emergency Service, call 911.
Alternative Humane Society of Whatcom County
The Alternative Humane Society (AHS) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit, animal welfare organization
serving Whatcom County, Washington. AHS has been helping animals and educating the public since
1977. 100% of the money we raise goes toward our programs. We have no shelter, office, or paid staff.
PO Box 2321
Bellingham, WA 98227 US
Telephone: (360) 671-7445.
S.P.O.T. (Saving Pets One at a Time), Burlington
S.P.O.T. is a local, all-volunteer, rescue organization. Their mission is to provide the Skagit Valley and the
surrounding areas an alternative method of caring for and adopting out companion animals.
They provide a wonderful alternative adoption option to other local shelters, without the risk of euthanizing
healthy and adoptable pets. They are always in search of good foster homes. Can you be a hero while a dog or cat
patiently awaits their forever home? Donations are gratefully accepted.
Telephone: (360) 336-5388.
Old Dog Haven, Lake Stevens
Old Dog Haven is a small group of people that provide loving care for senior dogs abandoned at late stages in life.
They need foster homes and donations. Please take a look at the website to see what love can do.
Telephone: Judith and Lee Piper at (360) 653-0311.
Happy Tails, Happy Homes, Bellingham
Happy Tails Happy Homes is a no-kill, nonprofit animal welfare organization dedicated to protecting and serving
the well-being of animals and fostering positive relationships between people and animals. We are an at-home
foster program: no shelters, no offices, and no paid staff. All of the money donated to HTHH goes directly to our animals.
Donations and volunteers always appreciated.
Telephone: (360) 209-4450.
The NOAH Center, Stanwood
Northwest Organization for Animal Help (The NOAH Center) is dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of
healthy, adoptable and treatable homeless dogs and cats.
We are committed to high quality spay and neuter programs available for low income residents,
family friendly pet adoptions, humane education and volunteer programs through our
state-of-the-art facilities and Spay/Neuter Center.
Telephone: (360) 629-7055.
Rescued Hearts Northwest, Sedro Woolley
Rescued Hearts Northwest is committed to saving and improving the lives of at-risk dogs;
to educate communities about the importance of spaying and neutering and the benefits of
adopting instead of purchasing pets; to nurture and support the positive and respectful
relationships between pets and people; and to advocate for all animals, especially for
those in high-need circumstances.
Telephone: (360) 318-6911.