Second Chance Animal Sanctuary, Inc.
Open Wed-Fri: 12pm - 6pm
Sat: 10am - 5pm | Sun: 12pm - 5pm
(405) 321-1915

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Featured Dog

Gingerbread here, or as my buddy calls me, G.B. I'm a short legged, 6 year old lab mix. I maybe close to that "senior" age, but I'm not feeling it. Although I do get cranky around other dogs, so maybe I'm feeling it a little...just a little. I don't recall meeting a person I haven't liked. I like going for walks, but be warned, once you have the leash on me you better not dilly-dally getting to the door. I'll get you to the door quick and get my good girl walk on once we are outside. I keep my run clean at night, but I need to go out before I eat or IMMEDIATELY after. A girl can only hold it so long. Come on over and let's chat for a bit and get to know each other.

Featured Cat

Sinatra here and I'm looking for a new Rat Pack. So Guys and Dolls come on in and see me and you can be my new Pal Joey.  I'd be happy From Here To Eternity to get a furever home that we are all looking for.  Some times I can a Kissing Bandit, at others I can be The Devil At 4 O'clock.  I'm 3 years old, so still young, especially Young At Heart. So no matter where you live, Street of Dreams or Oceans 11, I have High Hopes that you'll be All My Tomorrows.

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FAQ

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  • About the Sanctuary
  • Where do our animals come from?

    All the animals available for adoption through Second Chance are rescued from the Oklahoma Animal Shelters. Our goal is to eliminate the needless euthanasia of adoptable animals at Oklahoma Animal shelters, so all our rescued animals come directly from there.

  • Spay/Neuter
  • Can I bring an animal to the sanctuary?

    Second Chance Can Not Accept Animals From The Public At This Time

    We understand the difficulties this may bring to someone needing to re-home or find a shelter for an animal. But If we were able to accept from the public, we would have in excess of 75 dogs and cats added to our population each week - based on tabulations from phone calls. We've listed some suggestions below to help you with a most difficult decision.

    Here are some suggestions:

    For Dogs:
    Go to the OKC Pups Facebook Page, post a picture and story.
    If feasible, run an ad in your local paper with a picture.

    Look at the following resources page:

    For Dogs: http://www.dog.rescueshelter.com
    For Cats: http://www.cat.rescueshelter.com

    IF you do decide to post it on craigslist - charge a fee to help insure the pet is not used inappropriately.

    Most importantly, if you can't keep it or find a home, take it to your local shelter.

  • How does spaying/neutering help animals?

    You can help reduce the overpopulation of homeless pets by proactively spaying/neutering your pets - and encouraging your friends to do the same. Spaying/neutering is the key to reducing the 15,000-20,000 homeless dogs and cats who are euthanized in area shelters each year.