What started as a small group of concerned citizens in 1979 has now grown into a vibrant organization that has moved mountains for Pulaski County's most voiceless and vulnerable souls: homeless dogs and cats. Our program of work includes: rescuing, finding fosters and adopting out homeless and often abused pets, neutering them to help control the unwanted pet population, and
keeping deadly diseases like rabies at bay through low cost vaccination clinics. We host aggressive marketing campaigns for shelter animals, education programs on responsible pet care, and affordable opportunites basic pet care. As a result of these programs, the euthanasia rate of Pulaski County Animal Shelter dogs has fallen from 66 percent in 2005 to just over 13 percent in 2015.
(Photo courtesy of Pulaski County Humane Society)