America's Animal Society
1076 Mt. Vernon Road
Newark, OH 43055
Did You Know?
In six years one female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs.
In seven years one female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 cats.
America's Animal Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to:
· Controlling the endless stream of special needs and/or at risk animals pouring into animal care facilities by providing educational programs, training, and prevention methods including the promoting of spaying and neutering of companion animals;
· Promote environmental improvements for all animal dwelling environments and natural habitats.
· Providing a lifetime home, if necessary, for animals that have special needs and/or at risk, disabled, and/or have a chronic condition requiring specialized care;
· Providing a safe and healthy environment in which to rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, neglected, abused, or otherwise homeless animals.
America's Animal Society is working to develop numerous programs and provide various services.
These include but are not limited to harboring wild animals, sheltering domestic animals; acquiring animals that have special needs and/or at risk or ailing;
· Oversee and support our “Operation Return” program which introduces back into their natural habitat, all wild animals that have been harbored for both sickness and injury.
· Oversee and support our “Horizon Animal” program which offers through adoption, top grade, special needs, and/or at risk animals to responsible persons, who agree to spay or neuter their Horizon animal. There is also an agreement to make sure that Horizon animals receive any special needs care which is monitored by the society.
· Providing for the adoption of homeless animals to responsible persons; and, when necessary, providing a responsible, humane animal care alternative.
· Development and promotion of educational and prevention programs for processes within the animal retail business environment:
· Breeding enhancement programs which offer both educational and training materials for best breeding practices.
· Develop and support a Field Operations Division, which will respond to calls from the public and government agencies, using a rescue van to pick up stray or homeless animals, animals that threaten public safety, and sick, injured or dangerous wildlife.
In summary, America's Animal Society will work actively to protect and improve both domestic and wildlife environments. Improve bloodlines by placing top grade, special needs and/or at risk animals for adoption. And, through the development and distribution of informational and educational materials, promote and support our mission.
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