Neighborhood Pet Partners Program (NPP) is a program of The Animal League.
The Animal League's Community Outreach Department is aimed at helping to keep pets happy and healthy in targeted neighborhoods initially in Lake County, FL.
Neighborhood Pet Partners Program assists neighborhoods where residents either have limited access to pet resources or have limited financial means to care for their pets. We provide them with necessary resources to keep pets safe, healthy, and comfortable. Food, healthcare, improved living conditions, and spay/neuter services are provided to these communities at no cost to the pet guardian. This program is best served as a community effort.
We welcome your assistance as a volunteer, program partner or sponsor, or donor in the assistance of improving animal welfare. Please contact us via The Animal League for more information.
Keep Pets Happy & Healthy
Reduce Stray Population
“Our first time out with Neighborhood Pet Partners Program allowed us to reach out to the children as well as the adults in the neighborhood. We talked to them about being responsible pet owners. If we can encourage our youth to be responsible pet owners then we can change the future of pet overpopulation.”
Joanne RittenhouseThe Animal League, Humane Education Team Leader
“Helping one pet at a time is what this program is all about. Every pet is important and when you improve the life of one pet and assist one family, it has a ripple effect. As educated and productive citizens, the residents in these areas can be the most influential force in our community to breaking the cycle of pet overpopulation.”
Doreen BarkerThe Animal League, Executive Director
“This program is a great way to illustrate to our community that we are here to help and when we work together, we can make a positive difference for everyone. We can’t wait to see the positive impact this program is going to have in our area.”
Todd LuceLake County Sheriff's Office Animal Services, Captain of Animal Services
“By working with local pet and community service organizations, community leaders and businesses, we not only make the lives of pets better but also work to reduce the pet overpopulation problem that exists in our county while taking the burden off our county and surrounding shelters.”
Jessica WhitehouseThe Animal League, Director of Development
Neighborhood Pet Partners Program assists underserved neighborhoods with necessary resources to keep their pets safe, healthy, and comfortable. We are currently seeking volunteers, program partners, and donors who want to be a part of something great. Neighborhood Pet Partners Program will optimally serve the community when it is a community-wide effort. We […]
On January 17, 2016, volunteers and staff from The Animal League, Lake County Animal Services, and Leash, Inc. arranged an introduction to Neighborhood Pet Partners Program by hosting a Bar-B-Que in a neighborhood off Bates Avenue in Eustis, FL. Volunteers served food to more than 30 families and provided free pet food, […]