All You Need To Know About Animal Advocacy


Animal protection groups are annually caring for more than 23000 companion animals that are in need and helping thousands more via programs for pets and people. Gradually, these animal welfare groups transform the way shelters are caring for animals and engage their communities. They’re advancing animal protection and creating a humane environment for animals across the globe from behavior and innovative medical programs to investments in advocacy and outreach.

Whether you believe it or not, these groups have the ability of helping countless of cats, critters and dogs in need of finding loving homes every year and what’s more amazing is that, no animals have been turned away. Animal welfare groups take any animal surrounded to them regardless of its age, behavior, breed or health. A commitment to have open admission ensures shelter and care to hundreds and thousands of animals that will have no safe refuge otherwise. Also, they take in animals from other organizations as well as municipal shelters that do not have the funds to take care of them. Search for Animal Advocacy online for more details.

And even though there are many animals that could be placed in adoption programs from the time they are sterilized and vaccinated, there are still some that require specialized care to overcome behavior and health issues. Animal advocacy groups are also offering extensive medical treatment, behavior modification, surgery and foster care to those that have special challenges and this guarantees that even the hardest to place animals will get a chance to be adopted.

And due to the extraordinary efforts that were exerted by these groups, there are more than 91% of animals placed or adopted in the community. The fact that they have different programs in place that’s intended to serve all stages of animal’s life including providing care, resources and compassionate advice to assist people with everything to solve problems in finding pet friendly housing, which is another great thing about these animal protection organizations.

What’s more, there are family friendly pet training sessions held weekly along with a one on one training as well as well as socialization sessions, play groups, rabbit agility classes and therapy animal courses being offered. What’s more, you can also have neuter surgeries and low cost spay, dental care for pets and wellness services with limited means. These types of services are offered through partnership with other veterinarians and grooming pet clinics. Animal protection agencies also provide online resources for the soon-to-be pet owners on how to properly take care of the animal they are about to adopt and all other things they need to know. Learn more at

You need to know that these animal protection organizations are non-profit and independent groups so they might be asking for some donations.

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