Capital Improvement Contributions
Animal Network first began assisting our County Shelter back in the 90’s when they desperately needed a washer and dryer. Years later, we helped with their ventilation system to prevent the spread of air borne virus in the cat room. Most recently, we provided play yards where the dogs can exercise and socialize. We are proud to be able to contribute the the health and well being of the county’s most needy dogs and cats.
Shelter Diversion Initiative
Animal Network’s primary goal is to keep pets out of shelters and rescues with our ongoing campaign, “Too Much of a Good Thing.” We organize, fund and participate in low cost/no cost clinics that offer microchipping, spay and neuter. We also have a vibrant education program that encourages responsible pet ownership and offers vouchers for veterinarian services.