A publicly supported 501(c)3) nonprofit organization. AAPA does pet adoptions, pet rescue, provides veterinarian services when needed, works for the enforcement of animal rights, provides temporary care for pets without a home, performs grooming, and supplies food for pet nutrition
Animal Abuse Prevention Agency
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Animal Abuse Prevention Agency, Inc. is a non-profit organization which takes a pro-active approach in preventing cruelty to animals. Our services cover educating pet owners on the dangers of giving their animals away by using "free to good home ads". In addition, AAPA does pet adoptions, pet rescue, provides veterinarian services when needed, works for the enforcement of animal rights, provides temporary care for pets without a home, performs grooming, and supplies food for pet nutrition. AAPA has an active spay/neuter program which has prevented hundreds of unwanted animals from being born. The program also educates pet owners on the health benefits to their animals of a spay/neuter program as well as the importance of stopping pet overpopulation.
The mission of Animal Abuse Prevention Agency is to promote, and develop a positive, respectful, and caring bond between people and animals everywhere. We support activities that bring people and their pets together in a harmonious and safe relationship.
Our aim and objectives are to educate the public as to the needs of their pets and to provide information on the proper care and treatment of animals. We urge the vigorous enforcement of existing animal cruelty laws and will make the public aware of possible abuses to their pets.
We will provide homes for unwanted, abandoned or stray animals by a process of adoption which includes a veterinarianís health checkup for the animal and the screening of the prospective owner to be sure the pet and owner are compatible.
Pet overpopulation issues are a major priority for AAPA. We will encourage the spaying and neutering of animals to reduce the overpopulation problems by offering low-cost and subsidized services. Other services include providing information and referral services to the public including emergency medical assistance for their pets.
Our efforts to educate the public on the care of animals, to provide adoptions when needed and the development of a strong program of spaying and neutering will save the lives and suffering of countless animals and reduce the tax burden for our communities.