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Who We Are

Pet Pro Life Adoption & Placement, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in good standing (Federal Tax ID # 33-0611882), a non-profit volunteer group established in 1994. Pet Pro Life is entirely staffed by non-paid volunteers.

Our Mission

Our goal is to decrease the total number of animals being euthanized in animal shelters each year by finding new, permanent homes for them and by creating public awareness of our cause through education programs and grass roots community networking. Our animals come from a variety of circumstances. Some are rescued from "Death Row" at local shelters, while others are brought to us by their owners as an alternative to the shelter.

Our Support

Pet Pro Life has no paid employees and does not receive funding from any government agency. We are staffed entirely by volunteers and obtain funds solely from adoption fees, fund-raisers, and donations. All Donations and Adoption Fees are Tax-Deductible.

Spaying and Neutering

In order to ultimately reduce the number of unwanted animals killed each year, we feel it is important to educate prospective owners and the general public about pet overpopulation and enforce a very strict spay/neuter policy for all our adopted pets. We spay or neuter all animals regardless of breed.

Foster Program

We do not have our own kennel facility so all the animals we accept into our program live in foster homes or with their owners until they are adopted. We always need fosters since the more foster homes we have available the more dogs we can help.

What We Do

Pet Pro Life benefits the community by providing the following services:
Assisting owners in finding new homes for their pets.
Referrals to low cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics as well as to animal welfare groups.
Spaying or neutering every animal placed by Pet Pro Life, which helps alleviate the over population of animals in our community.
Educating the public about animal welfare issues.
Encouraging the adoption of shelter animals and rescuing "Death Row" animals.
If you need a referral, or would like to request an educational presentation for your school, interest group, radio or television program, or you would like us to hold adoptions at your location, please contact us.