to become an asset to pet owners and the community through:
- Public Assistance and education by promoting proper animal welfare
- Spaying and neutering for pet population control
- Finding good homes for impounded, stray, abandoned, neglected, or owner turned in pets
- Assisting stray or lost pets in finding their rightful owners
- Providing care and shelter for pets until they are adopted
- Assisting other animal rescue organizations in need
PALS is essentially a “no-kill” shelter. The only time an animal is euthanized is if it is too sick to be treated or too aggressive to be suitable for adoption. Even in these circumstances, the decision to euthanize is not taken lightly and must be approved by our Board of Directors. Other than for those reasons, a pet will have a caring home with PALS until adopted.