How You Can Help

If you would like to get involved and be of service to an animal in need please consider fostering. Fostering is so rewarding knowing you are helping a dog have a safe place to rest their head. We always need fosters for a short term or long term. Please fill out an application if you are willing to open your heart and home to help.

Additionally please review our foster manual to get a better idea of what fostering with ANM is like.


Before surrendering please try everything you can to help. Shelters are full, and rescues are struggling to find fosters and adopters. Let's work together to keep dogs out of the shelter.

Below are a Few Tips to Help You Re-Home Your Pet:

  • Give yourself time to re-home your pet. It can often take weeks or even months to find a new home.
  • Increase your pet's adoptability. Make sure it's spayed/neutered, groomed, and up-to-date on its vaccinations.
  • Market your pet! Create an attention grabbing pet profile that you can put on multiple platforms.
  • Tell your friends, family, and co-workers. Ask them to spread the word! You never know who may be looking for a new companion.
  • Promote your pet online. Post your pet profile on as many rehoming sites as possible. Here are just a few to get you started:
    • Use caution when considering unknown individuals or families as your pet's new owners. Hold the initial meeting in a public place and ask questions to screen potential adopters. Share your expectations for your pet's new home and require an adoption fee to deter dishonest individuals. When you find a family that meets your pet's needs, ask them for identification and contact information to follow up on how your pet is doing it their new home.

  • Check with local rescue groups. Whether you have a dog, cat, or an exotic animal, there are many rescue groups in our area who may be able to accept your pet. We reccomend reaching out to a breed specific rescue as they will have better resources or adopters to help your pet. You can find most of these groups online through a web search or on Facebook.
  • Never abandon your animal. If you're unable to re-home your pet, Alone No More will do whatever we can to assist in re-homing your animal through our rescue.

If you cannot keep your pet as you are losing your home or are financially not able to provide, please reach out to Lost Our Home Pet Foundation or the Arizona Humane Society Alternative Placement. If you need help with food for your pet please reach out to Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry or Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry.

If you need additional help with your pet, Arizona has amazing local businesses, charities, and resources who can assist you.

One of the first things you should do as a responsible pet owner is to ensure your pet is spayed or neutered. This helps save lives. The local shelters are full of unwanted animals being put down daily and we don't want or need any more. Please do your part and have your animal spayed or neutered ar your local veterinarian or low cost locations in the Phoenix area listed below:

  • The Arizona Pet Project
  • Spay Neuter Clinic (also offers low cost microchipping and vaccinations)
  • Dr. Kelly's Mobile Surgical Unit
  • Homeward Bound Spay and Neuter
  • Altered Tails Barnhart Clinic
  • Arizona Animal Welfare League's PetMD Animal Clinic

Find out more about the importance of spaying and neutering your pet at


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