Pays for two weeks of dog food for one dog rescued from the streets.

The St. Louis Senior Dog Project, incorporated in 2002, has rescued and found homes for more than 4,000 dogs. We're an all-volunteer organization. All our rescued dogs are in foster homes. We spay/neuter all of them, microchip and bring them up to date with shots. We also provide dental care and take care of a variety of wounds and afflictions including heartworm treatment and surgery for broken bones, bladder stones, and more. Since we take in many elderly dogs, our expenses are always greater than we can take in with adoption fees.

St. Francois has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in St. Louis, Missouri.

ateway Pet Guardians has more than 50 adoptable dogs and cats at any given time and all of them have lots of furry (and sometimes slobbery) love to give you. If you’re looking to adopt a pet in St. Louis, take a look at our list of adoptable pets to see which of our fur-babies will look best in your next family photo.

ADOPT! | Open Door Animal Sanctuary

Stray Paws Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in St Louis, Missouri. For nearly two decades, Randy’s unwavering commitment to saving the dogs that other shelters turned away has resulted in thousands of lives being saved from the horrors of street life before being adopted by their loving families. Over the years, Stray Rescue has grown to include two shelters within the city of St. Louis, over 60 staff members, 1,000 volunteers and 300 foster families.

Needy Paws Rescue - St. Louis, MO

The dogs are now being taken to the Humane Society of Missouri headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, where they will be examined by the Humane Society of Missouri’s shelter veterinary team, cared for by shelter staff and made available for adoption as soon as possible.

Needy Paws Rescue, located in St

If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs or cats, please fill out the form below and then click the submit button. The form will be sent to us through email. You can also print the form, complete it, and mail it to Stray Rescue of St. Louis, 2320 Pine Street, St. Louis, MO 63103. If you don't feel comfortable sending some of the information over the internet, we will get the rest of the information when we call you.Out of the Area? We will gladly do a "long distance" adoption, however we do not ship our dogs. We would expect you to come and pick up your dog. As all our dogs are in foster homes in different places, that would mean you would need to travel to the foster home to pick up the dog (not necessarily in St Louis). When you inquire about a specific dog we will let you know its location prior to discussing adoption plans regarding that dog. If you are not prepared to go pick up your dog, it may affect your application to adopt that dog.St. Louis Pet Rescue hosts weekly adoption events every weekend. We also have special events throughout the year such as our Annual Trivia Nights, dog washes and more! Give St. Louis Day is over, and we thank all of you who donated. We took in $4,880. One of the dogs who will benefit is Ivan, above, who was just diagnosed with heartworm disease. He will need an expensive treatment to restore his health. He's a great old boy -- about 11 years old. We found him in a local shelter where someone had brought him in as a stray. Oddly, he was recently groomed. No one came to claim him, so we took him in. He can be adopted before his treatment, which we, of course, will cover.