PetSmart Charities partners with and supports thousands of animal-welfare agencies across North America. Working together, we are making a difference for pets in need. We support programs that help fight homeless pet overpopulation and improve the quality of life of pets through adoptions, spay/neuter and emergency relief. Since 1994, PetSmart Charities has worked hand in hand with dedicated partners like you. Because of these valuable partnerships, together we are able to do more than any of us could ever do alone.
The Maine Federation of Humane Societies is a statewide network of companion animal welfare organizations working to support animal shelters, to promote the adoption of homeless animals and responsible pet ownership, and to end pet overpopulation through education, outreach, and advocacy.
The primary goal of Humane Alliance is to provide a non-lethal solution to companion animal over-population. Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic began as a small clinic in Asheville, North Carolina in 1994. Today, we help control the animal population by providing high-volume, high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter procedures for the entire Western North Carolina region. We’re also the home of the National Spay/Neuter Response Team (NSNRT). The NSNRT offers comprehensive spay/neuter clinical training programs for groups interested in opening high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinics. We also provide training in high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter surgical technique for private vets and vet externs.
Wellness Clinics provide low-cost, convenient care for healthy cats and dogs, including vaccinations, heartworm/lyme tests, feline leukemia/FIV tests, microchipping, and parasite control. See the full list of services and prices. Clinics are held monthly at several Maine locations and no appointments are necessary.
The Center for Wildlife Health Research conducts research and outreach about leading threats to wildlife, and applies research findings to reduce impact from these causes. We work on causes that are most amenable to change from simple choices individuals can make in their daily lives. Meanwhile, we also monitor bird admission rates to local wildlife rehabilitators to identify emerging threats. We implement change through education, social marketing, citizen science and policy recommendations.