Expanding Our Services
We are expanding our adoption services while still keeping the safety of our animals, staff, volunteers and visitors our top priority.
Beginning Monday, May 3, 2021, The Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Canine Adoption Center will be open Monday-Thursday, 10am-5:30pm, for dog and puppy adoptions with no appointment needed, and Friday-Sunday, 10am-6pm, by appointment only.
Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center will be open daily, from 10am – 5:30pm, for kitten and cat adoptions with no appointment needed.
Social distancing protocols will be observed while on campus and face masks must be worn at all times. All visitors entering our facility will be asked to fill out a standard COVID-19 questionnaire and require a temperature scan. In the event that there are too many people inside, visitors will be asked to wait in their cars and will not be allowed to crowd around the entrance or front of the building.
All adoptions are subject to approval and you must be 21 or older to adopt. We cannot guarantee the selection of adoptable animals at the time of any appointment and animals cannot be held for your visit. Our experienced Adoption Counselors will make every effort to match you with your perfect pet.
To see an assortment of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens currently available for adoption, please visit animalleague.org/adopt.
To schedule an appointment, please visit animalleague.org/appointments.
Pet Health Centers
Our Pet Health Centers, accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, are now taking appointments for both the Don and Karen LaRocca Wellness Center and the Alex Lewyt Medical Center (including spay/neuter and dental procedures) while continuing to make sure our community remains as safe as possible. Appointments are being staggered and spaced out for social distancing, and we are continuing with curbside service.
For appointments in either the Medical Center or Wellness Center, clients are first driving up to the front of the building with their pets and receptionists, using protective gear and social distancing, will be directing them to a parking space. Owners are filling out necessary paperwork in the car and a veterinary technician is taking the animal into the appointment with the doctor. Then the owner will speak with the veterinarian by cell phone and the pet is returned to the owner along with medications, if needed.
For spay/neuter and other surgical procedures, clients are asked to download this helpful map to make the process easier.