Animal Friends 562 Camp Horne Road
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|Foster homes needed:||No||Low-cost spay & neuter:||Yes|
|Puppy classes:||No||Dog behavior classes:||No|
|Cat behavior classes:||No||Agility classes:||No|
|Animal assisted therapy:||No||Feral cat program:||No|
|Humane education:||No||Animal hospital:||No|
|Pet loss support:||No||Pet survivor program:||No|
|Owner assistance services:||No||Programs for kids/teens:||No|
|Prison dog program:||No|
“Non-profit no-kill shelter; new facilities. Animal Friends mission is to provide for the well-being of companion animals in need, while adhering to our no-kill tradition, and find each a lifelong, loving home; act as an advocate on behalf of animals and as an enforcer of their rights and protection; reduce animal overpopulation through education and supportive programs; promote a bond of mutual assistance between people and animals; and instill respect for, and appreciation of, all living beings. Animal Friends Programs include: Animal Birth Control, or ABC Foster Care Golden Age Retreivers Humane Investigations Humane Education Pet Assisted Therapy Outreach Programs Obedience Training Volunteering ”
I could of got a new brother. His name was John Adams. Well he was adopted so good for him.
This is a beautiful and new shelter which BayLee came from. The workers are nice an they walk the pups over the whole place. It is clean and enjoyed socializing myself with BayLee before we got her. If anyone wants to get a friend and live closeby. Try visiting the shelter and I bet you bring a new baby home llike me.
1 pet found this review helpful
This was the first no kill shelter in Pittsburgh. They recently relocated to a beautiful new facility with a hospital, pleasant outdoor walking trails, and education facilities.
2 out of 3 pets found this review helpful