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The Rottweiler
Strong, but Gentle, Fearless, but Loving, a Good Companion - the Rottweiler

The Rottweiler gets its name from the German region of Rottweil. But the breed’s ancestors weren’t natives to the Teutonic area. They arrived in the area of what is today known as Germany centuries ago, when the Romans decided to conquer this part of Europe. Back then, the dogs were used for herding and protection.

The Russian Bear Schnauzer
The Russian Bear Schnauzer – Cold With Strangers, Warm With Family

The Black Russian Terrier, also known as the Russian Bear Schnauzer, is a breed created in the former Soviet Union using over 20 other breeds, mostly imported from Germany. This breed was made initially for the military and is designed as a working dogs.

The Shih Tzu
the Shih Tzu

“The toy dog with a chrysanthemum like face” is what the Chinese breed called Shih Tzu is also known as. It is believed that this small dog was loved by the Buddhist monks for its resemblance of a lion, a sacred animal in this culture.

The Small Swiss Hound
The Small Swiss Hound – "A Lot Of Hunter" In A Small, Friendly Package

The Small Swiss Hound, or the Schweizerischer Niederlaufhund, is a dog breed originating in Switzerland, at the bigining of the 20th century.


Vermont Animal Shelter directory
Vermont Animal Shelters receive pets from:

* stray animals
* relatives when an owner has passed away
* humane organizations and animal control agencies
* owners who can no longer care for their pets

When animals are taken in, they rarely have a medical history. If there is one available that indicates medical aid or veterinary care has been given; this information is passed on to the new owner. The Animal Shelter cannot guarantee the health or temperament of an animal adopted from the Shelter.

In order to adopt from a Vermont Animal Shelter you will need a Drivers License or photo ID and must be at least 18 years of age.

Please allow at least 30 minutes to visit the Shelter, view the animals and acquaint yourself with those who are available for adoption. If you do not find what you are looking for, a wish list is sometimes maintained at the front desk, so be sure to check with the receptionist.

Want to add your Vermont shelter or rescue to our database? Click here to fill out a short form and have your shelter or rescue added to our database!

Addison County Humane Society
middlebury, Vermont  05753

All Breed Rescue
South Burlington, Vermont  05403

Bennington County Humane Society
shaftsbury, Vermont  05262

Boxers N more Rescue VT
Wilmington, Vermont  05636

Caledonia Animal Rescue
st. johnsbury, Vermont  05819

Central Vermont Humane Society, Inc.
montpelier, Vermont  05601

Elizabeth Brown Humane Society
st. johnsbury, Vermont  05819

Franklin County Humane Society
saint albans, Vermont  05478

Grand Isle Humane Society
isle la motte, Vermont  05463

Green Mountain Animal Defenders
burlington, Vermont  05406

Green Mountain Humane Society
white river junction, Vermont  05001

Green Mtn Pug Rescue
Lyndonville, Vermont  05851

Greyhound Rescue of Vermont
williston, Vermont  05495

Humane Society of Central Vermont
barre, Vermont  05641

KINGDOM ANIMAL SHELTER
St. Johnsbury, Vermont  05819

Little Cheetah Cat Rescue
Hardwick, Vermont  05843

Luckydog Animal Control Adoption Program
arlington, Vermont  05250

Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society
woodstock, Vermont  05091

Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuary
east burke, Vermont  05832

North Country Animal League
morrisville, Vermont  05661

Poodle Rescue of Vermont
Essex Jct, Vermont  05451

Random Rescue
Williamstown, Vermont  05679

Rutland County Humane Society
pittsford, Vermont  05763

S.O.S. - Save Our Strays Association
huntington, Vermont  05462

Save Our Strays Association (SOS)
south burlington, Vermont  05407

Save the Greyhound Dogs
essex junction, Vermont  05452

Spring Hill Horse Rescue
nort clarendon, Vermont  05759

Spring Hill Horse Rescue Large Animal Humane
Clarendon, Vermont  05759

Springfield Humane Society
springfield, Vermont  05156

Vermont Humane Federation
clarendon, Vermont  05759

Vermont Volunteer Services for Animals
bridgewater, Vermont  05034

Windham County Humane Society
brattleboro, Vermont  05302


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