Best Life Leashes handpicks various rescue organizations and animal shelters to join the Best Life Partner Team and benefit from our 1-for-1 Donation Program or some other form of support to provide leashes and collars.
Every leash or collar sold using a Partner's code donates a matching leash and collar to their organization. Both leashes and collars are constantly needed by many rescue organizations and animal shelters. Our leash and collar donations allows more funds to be allocated to bigger needs, like medical treatment, behavioral rehabilitation, and rescue missions.
Our success means more support for the dogs that need it until they, too, find their forever homes.
You buy one. We donate one.
Use the codes below and you'll receive a discount when purchasing a leash or collar.
Plus if you purchase today, we will donate a matching leash and collar to that rescue.
Follow us on Instagram & Facebook to see our donations in action!
Located in North Philadelphia, ACCT Philly is the region’s largest animal care and control service provider. It takes in nearly 18,000 animals annually and has been actively taking measures to reduce intakes since 2018. It offers adoption, foster and volunteer programs as well as owner surrender prevention resources.
Amazing Strays Rescue
Based in San Diego, Amazing Strays Rescue is an all-breed, foster-based, non-profit dog & cat rescue that knows no geographical boundaries. Dedicated to rescuing homeless or at-risk dogs and aiding in the efforts to combat overpopulation and the spread of disease, Amazing Strays Rescue works with shelters to overcome such challenges much more efficiently.
As the name suggests, Angela’s Ark is a non-profit that rescues, rehabilitates, and raises awareness for animals in need with an “all animals on board” approach. Their founder is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator for North Carolina, so their efforts range from wildlife rehabilitation, giving abused and neglected animals a second chance at life, to helping with spay/neuter efforts throughout the community.
The Animal Pad
The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all-breed dog rescue in San Diego, California. They focus on pulling dogs from overcrowded shelters and off the streets of Mexico. Their goal is to build, operate, and maintain an animal sanctuary that would become the model to expand into other cities, and help others who want to create similar facilities.
Named after the founder’s dog, Billie’s Buddies is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. Along with the goal to help animals in need, Billie’s Buddies also aims to bring their local animal shelter & rescue community closer so they can work together in the ultimate goal to get more pets into safe environments and forever homes.
Boxers, Mutts & Wiggle Butts Rescue
Boxers Mutts & Wiggle Butts Rescue is an all-breed, family run, non-profit dog rescue located in Bakersfield, California. Their goal is to save as many lives as they can by supporting overcrowded shelters and their community, as well as providing information on low cost vaccines, spay/neuter, and dog training.
The Cantu Foundation
Inspired by the founder’s dog, The Cantu Foundation is a volunteer and donation based non-profit dog rescue with volunteers located across the United States. They rescue and rehabilitate dogs in need from the poorest areas of Tijuana, Mexico and Southern California. Their long-term goal is to build a sanctuary located in Tijuana and rescue even more dogs than they already have.
Companion Pet Rescue
Rescuing over 2,500 dogs per year, Companion Pet Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue based in Connecticut. Knowing their limits, they focus their efforts on friendly and heavily socialized dogs that are in need of homes. Along with their adoption and transport program, they have their own spay/neuter outreach program to provide these services to those unable to afford it elsewhere.
Connections Pet Rescue
Focusing on large breed dogs, Connections Pet Rescue is a non-profit with a team of dedicated volunteers who foster and transport dogs pulled from overcrowded shelters, found as strays, or surrendered by owners along the west coast and Texas. All of their dogs are placed into foster homes to await adoption.
Delaware Humane Association
Founded in 1957, Delaware Humane Association is a non-profit animal care and adoption center that serves a four state area. Along with preparing all of their adoptable dogs and cats for a new home, DHA also serves their community by offering affordable spay/neuter clinics, low cost vaccination clinics, and a pet food pantry. Major, the first rescue dog to live in the White House, was adopted from this facility!
Pronounced “yoo-noy-ah”, this non-profit dog rescue located in Charleston, South Carolina is completely foster based and can have anywhere between 50-80 rescue dogs under their care. They are dedicated to pulling dogs from surrounding shelters that are overcrowded and putting them into loving foster homes until they find them their forever families.
Family Dogs New Life Shelter
Founded by husband and wife team, Family Dogs New Life Shelter is a non-profit located in Portland, Oregon dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs of all ages and breeds. They specialize in giving dogs who have run out of time, or are struggling with the environment in other shelters, another chance at the second chance at life that they deserve. Family Dogs New Life Shelter believes that it’s not about being the perfect dog, but rather it is about the dog and adopter being perfect for one another.
French Bulldog Rescue Network
As the name suggests, French Bulldog Rescue Network is a non-profit that specializes in rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming French Bulldogs in need. Frenchies in their care come from all types of situations, such as commercial breeding kennels, import brokers, public shelters, and owner surrenders. Their volunteer-based team is dedicated to fostering dogs and also educating the public about the popular breed.
Fresno Bully Rescue
Fresno Bully Rescue is a volunteer-based non-profit located in California’s Central Valley that specializes in rescuing bully breed dogs. As one of the only breed-specific rescues with a kennel-facility in California, they provide a temporary home for 40 adult dogs that regularly receive socialization and fun day trips with volunteers. In addition, they provide educational services within their community to fight against breed discrimination and promote responsible pet ownership.
Hope Animal Rescue
Hope Animal Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue based in North Carolina that works with rural, underfunded shelters to place dogs into one of their volunteer foster homes. They also have a community assistance program that provides high-quality, free, and low-cost services to accommodate families who may not be able to afford comprehensive veterinary care to keep dogs with their families.
It’s the Pits Dog Rescue
It’s The Pits Dog Rescue is a non-profit that specializes in placing popular Bully breeds into their forever homes all over San Diego, California. They take pride in following the necessary steps to match the perfect dog for every individual family that contacts them.
K94Keeps is a volunteer and foster based non-profit dog rescue in Chicago, Illinois. Believing that rescue work should begin with education and community involvement, they pull dogs from open-access shelters in Chicago and the surrounding areas. They also work with adopters throughout and after the adoption process to promote a positive, forever relationship.
Key To Lion's Heart Rescue
Key To Lion’s Heart Rescue is a non-profit organization founded in honor of an amazing dog named Lion. Based in Maryland, they provide loving and nurturing environments while preparing each dog for adoption. Through their community outreach program, they help educate the community and its youth to help them be a part of the mission to end cruelty and overpopulation in shelters.
The Labelle Foundation
The Labelle Foundation is a foster based, non-profit dog rescue based in Los Angeles, California. Founded by a mother-daughter duo, this organization specializes in neonatal orphans, medical dogs and mothers and babies. They also emphasize the importance of team work and education on the importance of responsible dog ownership.
Libby & Mace's Place Rescue
Libby & Mace’s Place Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization that finds homes for both dogs and cats in Charleston, South Carolina. The dogs they rescue are kept in private foster homes and can range from any breed of any age.
The Little Black Dog Rescue Group
The Little Black Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization that rescues and rehomes dogs throughout the DMV area. Recognizing that black and darker coated dogs typically have a harder time getting adopted compared to light coated dogs, their goal is to help any dog in need, no matter the breed, color, or size.
The Little Red Dog
The Little Red Dog is a non-profit dog rescue located in Laguna Hills, California. Along with their goal to find a forever, loving home for every dog they can, they also provide dog training that teaches people how to communicate to their dog and resolve any unwanted behavior.
Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue
Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization concentrated on working side by side with the overcrowded shelters in Kern County, California by pulling dogs and getting them into forever, loving homes. Through their multiple community outreach programs, their mission is to use the human and animal bond to make a positive impact and create second chances.
MO4Paws is a California based non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization. Through partnerships, innovative technology and platforms, education and awareness, and shelter reform, Mo4Paws strives to create a compassionate community where animals and pets can live their best lives.
Mutt Scouts is an all-breed, foster-based non-profit dog rescue located in Southern California. They’re dedicated to saving every dog they can, no matter their age, breed, medical, or behavioral needs. Their dedication also goes into being fully transparent to their fosters and adopters about what each dog needs to ensure healthy and happy environments for everyone involved.
Oregon Coast Humane Society
Oregon Coast Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter located in Florence, Oregon. Along with being dedicated to helping companion animals in need, OCHS also runs programs that help keep pets with their families and provide senior citizen assistance. Their loyal staff & volunteers work hard to serve all aspects of the animals welfare needs in their community.
Passion for Pitties
Passion for Pitties is a non-profit advocate & rescue group located in Southern California. They specialize in rescuing, rehabilitating, rehoming, and advocating for American Pit Bull Terriers and Pit Bull type dogs. Their mission is to educate communities, emphasize the importance of adopting Pitties, and to overcome the misconceptions people have about these dogs.
Pawsitive Change Prison Program
Marley’s Mutts Pawsitive Change Prison Program partners with California state prisons to pair incarcerated men with rescued dogs for mutual rehabilitation.
In-Kind Sponsor/Annual Donor
Peace, Love & Paws Inc
Peace Love & Paws is a volunteer, foster-based non-profit dog rescue located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. They pull dogs from overcrowded shelters, when owners pass away or are too ill to care for their dog and place them into loving foster homes as they await adoption. They even take in strays when they have foster homes available.
Pet Matchmaker Rescue
Pet MatchMaker Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue located in Kern County, California. They work with local animal control and network of volunteers to transfer and place dogs into foster homes, or their facility, until they match them with their forever family.
Pitbulls and Friends Dog Rescue
Pitbulls & Friends Dog Rescue is a volunteer-based non-profit located in San Diego, California. Along with their adoption program, they are dedicated to providing training and education for dogs and their humans. They’re currently in the process of building a rescue facility so they can save more dogs and have a place to train and bond with the dogs in their care.
Real Time Rescue
Real Time Rescue is a Los Angeles County and Morongo Basin based animal welfare organization that works to find permanent homes for dogs in need and to keep dogs in their current home.
Rescue All Dogs, Co
Rescue All Dogs is a non-profit based in Canada that rescues dogs from different places all over the world. Their rescue missions extend from the United States and overseas into the middle east. Their mission expands into spreading awareness and education on dog ownership, the importance of spay/neuter, and the ethical treatment of animals.
The Rescue Chain
Located in Canada, The Rescue Chain Foundation is a non-profit committed to reducing pet overpopulation and homelessness. They create the chain of dog rescue by working with other links, such as local animal shelters, spay/neuter clinics, and other rescue groups.
Rescuing Cujo, named to honor their founder’s first dog, is a non-profit dog rescue and sanctuary located in San Diego County. They utilize their network of foster volunteers, local shelters, and rescue groups to help provide the care and affection dogs need as they wait to find their forever homes; no matter what size or breed.
Two Girls Lots of Dogs Animal Rescue
Located in North Carolina, these two girls save a lot of dogs and drink wine. Believing that education is a vital component of advancing dog rescue, they utilize their platform to help educate as much as they can without judgement.
Simba's Paw Dog Rescue
Specializing in bully breed and pit bull type dogs, Simba’s Paw Dog Rescue is a volunteer based non-profit located in Northern California. They’re dedicated to improving the lives of abused, abandoned, and homeless dogs while also educating the public and promoting responsible pet ownership.
Are you a rescue or animal shelter looking to partner?
If you are an active rescue organization or animal shelter that would benefit from our 1-for-1 Donation Program, please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we'd be a good fit.