Your Community Partners

Caring for pets means meeting a wide range of needs beyond health care. Fortunately, there’s a whole community of organizations and businesses eager to help.

Here’s where to meet the local groups that we recommend to our pet-loving families.

Concerned Citizens for Animals

spay/neuter assistance program to aid in the control of dog/cat overpopulation

Visit Concerned Citizens for Animals

Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society

The Dakin Humane Society provides shelter, education, advocacy, and assistance for animals and people in need. DPVHS is a private, non-profit organization serving the communities of Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden counties.

Visit Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society

Furry Friends Pet Sitting Inc

Petsitting service, Daily walking packages, Mid-day potty breaks, Pet taxi service

Visit Furry Friends Pet Sitting Inc.

Holyoke Community College

Veterinary Technician Internship Program

Visit Holyoke Community College

K9 Etiquette

Dog training/pet supplies

Visit K9 Etiquette

Quincy Animal Shelter

100% volunteer-run organization established in 1999, Q.A.S. is a "no kill" shelter making every effort to find the right home for every animal. VCA builds upon a long-standing relationship with Q.A.S. by continuous contact with the Medical Manager and staff. They can be contacted at 617-376-1349.

Visit Quincy Animal Shelter

Sterling Animal Shelter

Sterling Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization (formed in 1988) and a no-kill shelter with no time or age restrictions. The shelter exists to provide humane sheltering and high quality medical care for stray, unwanted, and abandoned pets.

Visit Sterling Animal Shelter

Thomas J OConnor Adoption Center

To provide comprehensive animal control services and programs to our communites for the protection of animals, public health, and safety, and the environment. Where appropriate, the center will responsibly place unclaimed animals into new adoptive homes.

Visit Thomas J. O'Connor Adoption Center

Tufts University Pet Loss Support Hotline

The hotline was established in 1996 by veterinary students to provide a community based resource for people to safely grieve the past or impending separation from a pet.

Visit Tufts University Pet Loss Support Hotline

Worcester Animal Rescue League

The Worcester Animal League was founded in 1912 by a group of women determined to save overworked and abused farm horses. Almost a full century later, their love for animals and their struggle to rescue all types of pets from abuse, neglect, and inhumane treatment continues.

Visit Worcester Animal Rescue League

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