Welcome to Thrive Animal Rescue. Our mission is to save abandoned dogs from the loneliness of shelter life and place them into loving families and forever homes.
Available Now For Adoption
This adorable mixed breed is 95 lbs of love. He's currently in training to learn basic obedience, and should be ready to adopt by January 27th.
She's a big boned girl, two years old and she loves everyone she meets. Dog friendly, housetrained and ready to be someone's family pet.
A sweet senorita from Mexico, this beautiful girl is ready for adoption. She is seven months old and a little bit shy.
Male, 3 months old, scared and shy. Needs patient loving people.
Male, Catahoula/ Lab mix- 3 months old, friendly and spunky.
Male, 6 months, awesome, energetic, friendly.
Females in all colors. Born on March 20th.
Male Lab mix 4 months old.
Males- the spotted one is spoken for. Born on March 20th.
Three females and 5 males- 3.5 months old.
There are many ways in which you can help us THRIVE! We are profoundly grateful for the families who choose to donate, volunteer by opening their home to a dog in need of fostering, or sponsor a senior. Becoming a foster family enables Thrive to pull even more dogs from the shelters and place them into a safe environment where they learn to love and trust humans before they find their forever home.
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Thrive Animal Rescue is raising money for a free Spay and Neuter Clinic in Tijuana on May 19th.
The Rescue Express Puppy Pipeline is gearing up for a transport date the third week of April. Our rescue heroines, Simply Southern Rescue and The Rescue Life (Leigh Ann Albritton, Ren Dowhaniuk and Shannon Poole Hagan) will be coordinating this amazing rescue effort. The focus will be on moving puppies and their mothers out of the local shelters and off the streets while they wait for their ride to California.