H.A.L.O. Rescue was created in 2006 with a mission to create a NO KILL safe haven for abused and abandoned animals. H.A.L.O. believes in a community where there are no more homeless pets and that together we can eliminate the killing of companion animals.
H.A.L.O is set apart from other shelters in the area because it is Indian River County’s only no-kill animal shelter. This means zero euthanizations take place for age, space, medical needs, or behavioral issues. Once an animal enters H.A.L.O. they are provided all physical, emotional, and medical care needed until a forever home is found.
HALO saves over 2000 animals each year but their work is never done. In 2016 1,400 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens still lost their lives in Indian River county. With your help, HALO is here to end this because there is a better way. It doesn’t have to happen.