WEST PALM BEACH, FL- (July 1, 2020) July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League wants to make sure your pets have a way to get back home if they get scared and run away during the July 4th holiday. Animal control officials across the country report a 30% increase in lost pets each year between July 4th and 6th. July 5th is one of the busiest days of the year for shelters. Click here to read more!
West Palm Beach, FL- (June 15, 2020) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, the largest and oldest animal rescue organization in Palm Beach County, will celebrate its 95th anniversary with fee waived* adoptions! The Mega Mutt & Meow adoption promotion at Peggy Adams is sponsored by Vetio Animal Health, and is from June 21 through June 28, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. by appointment. Click here to read more details!
WEST PALM BEACH, FL- (June 10, 2020) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is proud to be a partner with Steel Tie Spirits Co. - a locally owned father and son distillery offering a line of small-batch spirits that is a perfect depiction of their Palm Beach County roots. In a continued effort to serve the community, and especially during this Covid-19 crisis, Steel Tie Spirits Co. has rolled out their newest product, 80% Alcohol Hand Sanitizer. During the pandemic, Peggy Adams, like many others, were having a difficult time finding hand sanitizer. Thanks to Steel Tie Spirits Co., they recently donated two cases to Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. An anonymous donor of Peggy Adams added to this generous donation by providing funds to purchase three additional cases. Click here to read more.
West Palm Beach, FL- (June 8, 2020) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is excited to announce the re-opening of its Wellness Clinic located at 3200 N. Military Trail in West Palm Beach in the Grace Pavilion. With the re-opening of the Wellness Clinic, Peggy Adams has enhanced the experience for pet parents and their pets. Click here to read more.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL- (June 5, 2020) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is pleased to have received a Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Grant from Best Friends Animal Society to ensure that Peggy’s Pantry Program and the spay/neuter program continues to help save the lives of homeless pets living in Palm Beach County. Click here to read more.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL (June 2, 2020) – Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This is the 7th consecutive year that Peggy Adams has earned this top distinction. Only seven percent of charities have received seven consecutive 4-star evaluations from Charity Navigator. Click here to read more.
We’ve all seen the empty shelves at the grocery store – no toilet paper, no milk, no cleaning supplies. There has also been an almost historic shortage of kittens available for adoption. Amid this Covid-19 pandemic, people throughout Palm Beach County have been asking us every day – “Where are all the kittens? When are the kittens coming?” Click here to read more!
Hurricane season is almost here and all of us in South Florida know the threats and dangers associated with these devastating storms. When disaster strikes, there is often little time to think, so it's important to have a plan in place for yourself, and your family… including your pets! Click here to read more...
WEST PALM BEACH, FL- (May 5, 2020) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is pleased to announce that Shellie Kalmore has joined as Humane Education Manager of Peggy Adams’ new Humane Education Program.
LAST CHANCE TO SHOW OFF YOUR PET FOR PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE CONTEST
WEST PALM BEACH, FL- (April 21, 2020) Historically, Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League plans a week-long series of events and activities to thank their volunteers, but due to COVID-19 and the social distancing guidelines, a formal celebration will take place at a later time.
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL- (April 6, 2020) When people find kittens outdoors without their mom, their first instinct may be to bring them inside or rush them to an animal shelter. But Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League suggests that may be hurting them more than helping t