ALL Creatures Matter Rescue, Inc.
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
P.O. Box 441
Westfield, IN 46074
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:We primarily serve Hamilton, Boone and Marion Counties but welcome all.
About Our Rescue Group:ALL Creatures Matter is a non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue that specializes in puppy mill dogs and rescues from high kill shelters in addition to owner surrenders. We maintain high standards of care for all our rescues. They will receive the best medical care, spaying/neutering, all shots, dewormings, any needed medications, treatment for diseases they may have acquired from mills and pounds, and they are housed in private homes where they will get individualized attention and love. We feel this is the best way to handle these dogs since they usually require extra attention because of their backgrounds. They are treated as valued members of their foster families where they are loved, played with, socialized and given some basic training.
ACM exists to save lives by pulling from high kill shelters and rescuing from puppy mills. We also educate on proper care of animals in an effort to decrease the high population of unwanted animals. All dogs will be spayed or neutered BEFORE leaving this rescue.
ACM is comprised of volunteers as a non-profit rescue. We rely solely upon donations and adoption fees to help these dogs. Contributions for vet care is always needed and appreciated!
We are always in need of volunteers to clean cages, walk dogs, make pick-ups, etc. We also need donations of items such as white towels, cleaning supplies, cages/crates, toys, blankets, treats, dry dog food and paper towels.
We take financial donations through the Chipin we have established:
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***We are also available for pet photography, pet sitting and grooming.***
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Come Meet our Pets:All of our dogs are housed in private homes. Therefore, an appointment will be necessary to meet them. We will be doing public adoption events as well.
When you adopt a rescue dog you are saving TWO lives: the one you adopt and another unwanted dog who now has room in the rescue!