Our work is just as much about people as it is pets. We're here to help.
Our work is about both pets and people. We're staunch advocates for the safety and quality of life of pets in our community. We feel just as strongly about helping people care for their pets. That could be helping to reunite lost pets with their families or helping during times of need with programs like our pet food pantry, behavior counseling and safekeeping for the pets of domestic violence.
Losing your furry friend or finding another’s beloved animal can be a very harrowing and emotional process.
"See something, say something." Most cases of cruelty or neglect come to light when someone close to that animal makes a report.
Sometimes emergencies happen, and families are forced to part with a pet. We can offer guidance and tips to help you find a new family for your dog or cat.
No one should have to part with their pet for financial reasons. Our pet food programs help pets stay with the families who love them.
We partner with local organizations to house the pets of domestic violence survivors as they transition to safety.
Through our behavior team, we're able to offer free support to our adopters, foster families and pet owners seeking behavior assistance.
Give us a call or stop by one of our locations for more help.
We're one of the only remaining open access shelters in the region and the only one in Delaware. That means we take lost/stray pets from our service areas regardless of age or condition. We're able to do that hard work with a 95% save rate.
Getting involved, whether a little or a lot, can create positive change for the animals in our community.
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