Rescuing Homeless Pets in Alachua County

Pet adoption is not the only way you can help Gainesville Pet Rescue. We have many opportunities to foster, donate, or volunteer.

The Dr. Doolittle Fund helps pets in our program that requires special medical attention. The pet might need to be treated for heartworms, have a broken leg repaired, or the need daily arthritis medication. We will do whatever it takes to offer these animals the best of care, with your help!

Become a Guardian Angel through our monthly donor program. It’s an easy way to help Gainesville Pet Rescue continue working toward our mission of giving pets a second chance at life and finding their forever homes. Every little bit helps. Account set up is simple and secure through PayPal.

 

Maddie's FundGainesville Pet Rescue is proud to be a member and the lead agency for Maddie’s Pet Rescue project in Alachua County. We are working closely with our partner organizations to achieve a sustainable no-kill community.

 

 

 

pets for adoption gainesville floridaGPR is now able to save the lives of hundreds of precious cats and dogs, puppies and kittens. This great assistance will allow us to provide hundreds of animals with low cost spay and neuter services. We are so thankful to have received a grant from Florida Animal Friend!

The purchase and annual renewal of each license plate funds spay and neuter programs with the goal of increasing the number of alteration surgeries conducted at non-profit and municipal agencies across Florida. An increase in the number of these surgeries greatly reduces pet overpopulation and ultimately saves the lives of countless homeless cats and dogs from being put to sleep each year.

Help us to save them too! Purchase a Florida Animal Friend Spay and Neuter license plate TODAY, so other organizations across the state of Florida can make a difference too!