Pets Without Partners

Pets Without Partners

Redding, California 96001
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All currently adoptable pets can be met EVERY Saturday at PetSmart in Redding from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Pets Without Partners pulls 98% of our pets from kill shelters. The other small percentage comes from owned animals.  We prefer to pull from kill shelters so that we can save lives. Once in awhile an owned animal is taken in if the family is in dire need and they have exhausted all other avenues. 

We saved and re-homed over 1000 dogs and cats last year. Some of our orphans are kept in foster homes, but for the most part, our orphans are housed at the founder’s rural home in kennels and play yards. Our dogs stay with us until they are adopted. 

We are able to exist due to the generous donations of the public. We receive no Government Funding.

Donations are used for food, medical care, transportation costs, boarding while pets from out of the area wait for transport, medical care and upgrades to the kennels.

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Photo: Alvin - Pets Without Partners
Photo: Alvin - Pets Without Partners
Alvin, it appears, is a family dog. He loves people, adult and kid. He gets along with other dogs. He gets along with cats. But country life has been a problem for this little 15-pound terrier mix, because he chases the chickens, chases the ducks, and would probably chase bunnies and rodents if there were any.  So he's now looking for a home where he can share his winning personality with his friends and stay away from critters who lead him into trouble. more »
Woody. Photo: Pets Without Partners
Every Saturday morning at PetSmart in Redding, a dedicated band of volunteers converge with a bevy of foster dogs in search of their forever families. Pets Without Partners doesn’t have a shelter, but thanks to hardworking, knowledgeable volunteers, trainers, and fosters, as well as enthusiastic community support; they save hundreds of dogs and cats each year who would otherwise perish in overcrowded, underfunded shelters in the area. Among the dogs in search of a forever family is Woody, aka Woodson, a 7-year-old rat terrier who lost his home when his human passed away.  more »
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