Miami's population is growing every day, which means that the population of pups (homeless and housed) is growing, too. To combat canine homelessness and to keep the welfare of doggos in check, the city has become host to a plethora of organizations, non-profits, and pup associations.
The Humane Society of Greater Miami North is one of the biggest and most reputable organizations in south Florida. Although it's a limited admit facility, they're dedicated to placing every dog that's in their care into a loving, fur-ever home. They provide shelter, food, vet care, and lots of TLC while keeping the dogs safe from the danger of euthanasia.
Paws4You is another non-profit organization that runs off of volunteers and donor-subsidized animal rescues. The top priority for them is to save pups from Miami-Dade animal services, where they report that over 27,000 pets have died from euthanasia. Not only do they shelter, feed, and care for the pups in their adoption house, but they also specialize in educating the population about spaying, neutering, and the dangers of overPUPulation.