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Part of our mission mandates that we “strengthen and preserve the human-animal bond by supporting animals in their homes.” Consequently, we are responding emphatically to the current economic crisis with Project Rescue, an array of services that provide support for families and individuals who are finding it difficult to care for their pets in this challenging economic climate. Project Rescue consists of the following programs:
The Medical Center
Our Medical Center is the only facility in the area that provides comprehensive veterinary services at a discounted cost—or free of charge, if need be— to the pets of low-income people.
Weekly Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinics
The League increased the frequency of our low-cost vaccination clinics from monthly to weekly to accommodate the growing demand for these services. Clients receive all standard vaccinations, microchips, and parasite treatment, all at very affordable rates.
Rescuers’ Food Bank
The League collects donated food, toys, and equipment for cats and dogs and distributes them to income-disadvantaged guardians free of charge. The Rescuers’ Food Bank has become a critical lifeline for many people and animals in the area. For more information about the Food Bank, visit this page.
Our Safe Haven Program provides safe and comfortable shelter and medical care to animals belonging to people escaping domestic violence situations or living in other forms of temporary emergency housing. We also constantly take in animals whose guardians have no choice but to re-home their pets.
Behavior and Training Assistance Hotline
The League provides free, professional assistance to people who have questions regarding pet care and training. Without this support, many would otherwise surrender their animals.