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Help The Animal League with adoption center needed items

Please help! We are running low on supplies and food.

HELP! We are running low on supplies and food.   This month, our animal shelter is most in need of: Pedigree Adult dog food (dry & wet) laundry detergent general cleaning supplies   Please consider making a food or supply […]

Amazon Smile for The Animal League

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Amazon gives.

You shop. Amazon gives. At no cost to you! • Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to The Animal League. • AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. • […]

Charlie’s Story: A Mutilated Leg & Slit Throat

It wasn’t even 10 days into 2018, and we’d already rescued 3 dogs with serious injuries and broken bones. This is rescue: Charlie’s Story On January 9th at 4:30 p.m., we met our 4th special case of the year, Charlie. Charlie […]

Celebrating 30 Years: A Look Back. A Look Ahead.

2018 marks our 30th year of rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of homeless pets! We’ve come a long way since 1988! I’d like to share with you where we’ve been, and where we’re going as an organization.   Excerpt from The […]

The W Pups Jan 2018

From one litter, but different daddies?

Momma is in birth and the babies are coming… One, two, three babies… More are coming! Four, five six babies… Mamma’s not done yet! Seven, eight babies! Whew! Momma’s tired but caring for her babies. Babies are fine.   Wait […]

Foster Recruitment Image

Want to make a difference? Looking for love? Foster!

Want to make a difference? Looking for love? Foster a pet! The Animal League is currently seeking loving pet fosters to help us rescue even more pets this year.   Come join us at one of our information sessions and […]

Donate to The Animal League via your employer's United Way campaign!

Contribute to The Animal League through United Way!

If you participate in the United Way Campaign program through your workplace, did you know that you may designate a portion of your donation to The Animal League?   We are listed in the United Way Donor Choice charitable database […]

Lucky was rescued by The Animal League

Lucky is One Lucky Boy

At 10 months old Lucky was found lifeless and emaciated on the side of the road by a Good Samaritan as she was on her way to work one very early morning. Lucky was hit by a car and left […]

Princess April 2018 Sunshine Fund recipient

How could we say ‘no’ to this sweet baby?

We met Princess this past weekend. We were asked last-minute if we could help her, and after one look at that beautiful face, how could we say no?   Princess came to us with an injured front leg, and multiple […]

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Ways to help

Make a cash donation

We rely on YOU to help us care for abused, abandoned, and neglected dogs and cats. Donate today!

Give to the Sunshine Fund

The Sunshine Fund is an ongoing fundraising effort to help the dogs and cats rescued by The Animal League who have special medical needs.

Buy From Amazon Wish List

Our Adoption Center needs many items including cleaning supplies, pet food, crates, and building materials. Visit our Amazon Wish List.


Years in service
Injured, abused, and neglected animals rescued monthly
Volunteers who support our mission
Kids reached monthly through our Humane Education

What we do

Dog Adoptions

All our dogs are up-to-date on vaccinations and are spayed/neutered, receive monthly flea and heartworm preventative care, and are microchipped with registration.

Cat Adoptions

All of our cats are up-to-date on vaccinations, are spayed/neutered, receive monthly flea and heartworm preventative care, and are micro-chipped with registration.

Veterinarian Services

The Animal League Wellness Center offers affordable veterinary services, such as spay and neuter surgeries, vaccinations, doctor's wellness visits, nail trims, and more.

Thrift Store

One of The Animal League's most important sources of operating income is its Thrift Shop.

Humane Education

Every year, The Animal League's Humane Education program reaches children and adults at schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, daycares, libraries, civic clubs, and residential facilities for elderly or disabled throughout our community.

Nourish the Needy

Through The Animal League’s Nourish the Needy program, families are provided free pet food through our partnership with local food pantries in our community.