We started this journey in 2002 with a singular goal: to provide high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter that would eventually eliminate euthanasia of dogs and cats because there wasn’t space for them.
Along the way, we realized there were more ways to help, more ways we could stop pet homelessness. Eventually, that meant we were on the streets helping pet owners with resources, pet food, education and supplies. And it meant a clinic that also helped with vaccinations, parasite treatment or prevention, as well as a special medical care fund.
Now, 18 years later – as we help more than 25,000 pets each year with all the services and support listed above – it’s time for our name to reflect all the ways we’re fighting every day to keep pets and people together.
Please come along with us. Together we can change lives. And keep pets out of shelters, off the streets and in their homes.