Program areas at The Arizona Animal Welfare League
Aawl & spca completes approximatley 4,000 adoptions each year. Animals typcially come from open intake shelters. They are taken in from a network of partners throughout The state of az and are given complete medical and behavior evaluations. During their time at aawl, animals are very well cared for, with top of The line food, daily walks/exercise, play time, socialization and any special behavior modifications they might need to become more adoptable. Post adoption, aawl & spca is The only organization that offers adopters free medical and behavior helplines for The first 30 days to help The Animal sucessfully transition into The home.
Aawl & spca offers The most creative, professional and successful humane education programs in The valley. Our education department offers camps for children of all ages during school breaks; a specailized vet camp for youngsters interested in Animal medical careers, a teen tracks leadership program and many other workshops and special programs. Our education staff also works closely with The underserved population offering school programs, free programs, scholarships and specially created programs for a variety of consumers, teaching compassion and Animal care to incarcerated youth.
Aawl's md petcare is a low-cost veterinarian clinic to help those that cannot afford The high cost of Animal medical care. This service also helps to keep animals out of The shelter system and in their homes where they belong. In addition, those who adopt an Animal from aawl have access to this clinic for The lifetime of their pet. Aawl also offers low-cost vaccine and microchip clinics once or twice each month that are very well attended.