This April save money when you protect your pet from Lyme disease and Heartworm with 15% off 4DX testing and 10% off Heartgard/Frontline preventatives at our Pet Health Centers.
In 2013, Cordelia was officially welcomed into her new family in the grandest of fashion – an adoption celebration at a local restaurant with her new family and friends. This past January the celebration continued as Cordelia celebrated five years of happily ever after.
In 2005, John Badalamenti read about an abandoned dog in an Animal League America newsletter. A few weeks later the Michigan native paid the dog a visit that would change both their lives.
For the past few weeks, two very different cats have dominated my thinking, one a cat in Turkey and the other a kitten in California. They'll never meet, except in my thoughts, but each has so much to teach us about ourselves and about how we might — just might — make the world a better place for animals.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations. Can any statement be more fitting for Pretty Kitty, the gorgeous, young cat who spent the first three years of her life at North Shore Animal League America while patiently awaiting the perfect adopter to sweep her off her feet?
Recently, we teamed up with Elephant Nature Park Dog Sanctuary in northern Thailand to save the lives of three 5-month-old puppies who were abandoned at the gates of the facility with no food, water, or shelter.
Your pet's health needs sometimes extend beyond basic examinations and blood screening. For the month of March our Pet Health Center is offering 10% off special diagnostic lab work testing.
Our neighbors have two small dogs who are left outside all day in all weather conditions in which they are not sheltered, and left without any food or water. The owners leave all day to go to work and do not leave any water or food.
As Puerto Rico continues to slowly recover from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Animal League America collaborated with Save A Gato, a non-profit rescue based in Old San Juan, dedicated saving the lives of the cats of the old city.
Every season presents its own hardships for homeless pets, but right now winter seems like the cruelest. So many animals stranded in the relentless cold and wind. How hopeless they must feel.