Second Chance Animal Rescue incorporated in 1994 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3), all-volunteer organization. We are dedicated to rescuing, caring for and adopting out homeless dogs and cats into loving and responsible homes. We educate the public on respect for all animal life, including the importance of spaying and neutering in order to reduce the number of animals euthanized.
Cats & Dogs awaiting adoption
Learn more about the Cats and Dogs awaiting adoption.
To provide homeless dogs and cats with a Second Chance at life and companionship. Our organization goes beyond the confines of shelter walls to build an extensive network of knowledgeable, experienced, talented and caring individuals focused on:
- Quality animal care and services
- Animal welfare education
- Positive people/animal relationships
- Cooperative rescue efforts
Shop to benefit Second Chance Animal Rescue
Find your favorite store and almost every time you shop a donation will be given to Second Chance Animal Rescue.Shop Now
Learn more about adopting a new companion animal from Second Chance. See a list of available animals.
Make a huge difference by fostering a rescued dog or cat.
Read our success stories. Click here
Walk your Dog and Help Second Chance
Make Money for Second Chance by Walking your Dog. WoofTrax, Inc. will donate to the rescue organization of your choice. The more you walk, the more they can donate. Please select Minnesota and then Second Chance Animal Rescue and start walking your dog to help us! Get the App.
In the News
Read the article about Second Chance by "My Voice". Then, click on "shop" and check out their awesome tshirts! This is a wonderful organization that is helping animals in another way.
White Bear Magazine - January 2019 (PDF)
White Bear Lake Magazine (PDF)
Lost your animal?
Have you or someone you know lost your animal? Our two-page flyer is full of tips, preventive measures, and information to help you locate your animal. Feel free to print and distribute it. Click Here to view the flyer.
The flyer is in Adobe Acrobat format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat you can download it here. Please be patient it may take a minute to download.Download our Lost Pet Flyer
If you would like to read our current newsletter, please click here - Fall 2022 (PDF)
Winter 2021 Newsletter (PDF)
Winter 2020 Newsletter (PDF)
Winter 2019 Newsletter (PDF)
Winter 2018 Newsletter (PDF)