History of ACA from their website..
Starting in a room located at HELP the Animals, surgeries began. From 2007 to 2011, our veterinarians performed over 12,000 spays and neuters (to date, we have spayed or neutered over 60,000 animals).
We outgrew our space at HELP, and in June 2011 the Animal Care Alliance Company was born. The new building let us perform more surgeries and start our walk-in clinic, moving from low-cost spay and neuters to low-cost pet healthcare.
In July 2018, we were excited to open the doors of our brand new clinic. Our new building offers a spacious waiting room, four exam rooms, a public restroom, and a larger parking lot. We are very thankful for all of the donations and support from the community !
Animal Care Alliance is trying to do what is best for their customers and for their pets by purchasing trees for shade while they are staying in their vehicles to maintain social distancing at this time. A wonderful pharmaceutical company has donated Heart Guard so that the money that is made from selling this product will go directly towards the purchase of these trees so please purchase from there if you can. Animal Care Alliance does so much work behind the scenes for our community and has taken in over 60 orphaned raccoons and opossums in the past couple of months alone that need to be cared for . Last year alone they took in several dogs and cats from animal control for the city and county at their own expense at a cost of over $14,000 and have never been reimbursed . Joyce and her staff have never said no to an animal in need so please take $10 or $5 dollars of that stimulus money you got and help out if you can, they would greatly appreciate it !!!