The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (AAWL & SPCA) is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in Arizona. They rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home over 2,500 homeless, abandoned, or surrendered dogs and cats.
They help the pets under their care to recover until they are ready to be adopted into new and loving forever homes that will provide them with their needs. Before being up for adoption, each pet is spayed or neutered; micro-chipped and are current on all vaccinations. Any medical treatments needed including surgeries, are provided by their medical team and all animals are evaluated by their behavior department.
Aside from their rescue and adoption efforts, they also provide veterinary services including vaccinations, micro-chipping, and spaying and neutering. Moreover, they provide dog training classes, dog sports, and workshops for dogs and their families.
They rely on volunteers to keep their operations running. Those who wish to lend a helping hand can fill out a volunteer application form.
Moreover, they are open to kind hearted individuals who are willing to donate through the following means:
- Event Sponsorship
- Wish List
- United Way/Combined Federal Campaign
- Workplace Giving
- Matching Gift Programs
You can visit their Pet Match Adoption Center at 25 N. 40th St., Phoenix, Arizona 85034. They can also be contacted through email or through phone at 602-273-6852. Check out their website at http://aawl.org.
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