The Animal Network is a non-profit organization, run entirely by volunteers. Our animals are rescues pulled from animal shelters in the surrounding Metro-East area, strays taken off the street, and owner relinquishes. The animals are placed in temporary foster homes until a forever home can be found. When a foster home cannot be found for a dog, they are boarded in a kennel. We use this as a last resort and prefer to place them in loving foster homes where they can get individualized attention. The Animal Network is 110% committed to the animals we take in, and will stand by them for their lifetime. Our adopters sign an agreement understanding that if, for whatever reason, they can no longer care for the animal, they will bring the pet back to us. Recently, we have been
micro-chipping every single dog we adopt out. The Animal Network has rescued these dogs, gotten to know and love them, and do not want to see them end up at a pound without a microchip. A microchip, if detected, will be their ticket home, either to the adoptive family or to us.
The Animal Network would like to thank
PetsMart, without whom, thousands of animals would not have had a chance.