In all that we do, we work to improve the quality of life for the cats and dogs in our community. We offer a range of programs and services that strengthen the human-animal bond, provide veterinary care, educate the community on the humane treatment of animals, provide shelter for homeless animals and offer safe-keeping services for pet families needing assistance with keeping their pets. Our goal is to end medically and behaviorally unnecessary euthanasia. This goal is reflected in the type of programs we offer, the collaborations we develop, and our willingness to help animals in need. We have consistently shown that proactive and progressive programs make good economic sense.
Since opening in 2005, we’ve cared for more than 200,000 cats and dogs in the Western, Central and Northern parts of Virginia- from large feral cat colonies to 200 lb. Mastiffs and thousands of orphaned shelter animals of all kinds. We work together with animal welfare organizations both nonprofit and government operated, small and large, to stop the unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals.