There is a constant pet overpopulation problem, therefore, pets only stay at the pound for a certain amount of time, before the Animal Control staff have to make the difficult decision to put down healthy good pets, to make room for the non-stop flow of new pets to come into the shelter. Don't get mad at the Animal Control Officer for doing his job, get mad that more people don't Spay/Neuter their pets. If more would spay/neuter, we could stop this overflow of pets that have to be euthanized.
We place as many homeless pets as possible with other approved rescue groups in more populated areas that are able to take in our county’s many unwanted pets. We organize, finance, and provide transportation so that more companion animals can be saved and have a chance at a good life.
Our group also campaigns about the importance of Spay/Neuter. We work with local vets to provide as many low-cost spay/neuters as possible for families with limited incomes. We are currently campaigning through various media outlets throughout the county to promote Spay/Neutering as we feel this is the primary answer to our county’s major pet overpopulation problem, as well as promoting pet adoption from local shelters.
We were founded in 1999 and remain a 501 (c)(3) charity.