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North Country Animal League

3524 LaPorte Road, Morrisville, VT 05661 (Map) (Set as Local)
802-888-5065

North Country Animal League Morrisville Vermont


Hours of Operation
Day Open Close
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday: 11:00 am 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 11:00 am 4:30 pm
Thursday: 11:00 am 4:30 pm
Friday: 12:00 pm 6:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am 4:30 pm
Other: Or Call for Appointment!


Email:
adopt@ncal.com

802-888-5065
Calendars of Events:
Events

Related News:
Summer Camps and Other Fun in the Sun
Posted on: 11:54 am Mon Jun 17th, 2019
Do you know a young animal lover with a passion to make
a difference? Then doing a summer camp here at NCAL
will be the perfect way for them to learn about how to
channel their interests in meaningful ways.

You're Invited to NCAL's Annual Meeting
Posted on: 1:15 pm Fri May 31st, 2019
You're Invited!
Aloha! Menagerie Goes Hawaiian!
Posted on: 2:57 pm Tue Nov 20th, 2018
Join Us for the ?20th Anniversary of NCAL's Menagerie! This time, we've gone... Hawaiian! Join us for a luau, raffle, silent and live auctions, limbo and more at the Stoweflake!
Fall Fun with Animals
Posted on: 3:00 pm Thu Aug 30th, 2018
This fall, NCAL is bringing an exciting series of after school events catering to different interests & age groups. Each session will take place on select Fridays every month, starting Sept 14th & ending Dec 14th, from 3-5pm at our shelter location.
Help Us Help Them!
Posted on: 4:58 pm Tue Aug 21st, 2018
Do you want to help pets in need AND have a chance at winning $10,000?!! NCAL's "Cause for Paws" raffle tickets are now on sale for $100. Only 300 tickets will be sold, so you have a good shot at winning while providing critical finds for food and medical care for NCAL animals.

Website: www.ncal.com

North Country Animal League began as the Lamoille County Adoption Service in 1990. Founder Jan Gordon Stangel used her own funds to finance the service and found homes for nearly 150 companion animals in her first three years. With growing recognition of the thousands of animals needing help, Jan and the volunteers involved in her adoption service sought 501(C3) nonprofit status in 1994 and with this, Lamoille County Humane Society (LCHS) was born.

During its first three years in operation, LCHS adopted close to 400 animals per year. In 1996, the board voted to change the name to North Country Animal League (NCAL). This name more accurately embodies the inclusive philosophy of everyone involved with our mission. With great support from the community, NCAL has adopted over 6,000 animals since 1994. Through the geneosity of local veterinarians, and support from volunteers and adopters, every adopted animal has been spayed or neutered.

In 1999, NCAL became a "limited-access" facility, meaning NCAL no longer euthanizes animals in our care to make room for incoming animals. When our shelter is full, we maintain a waiting list. Since we conduct an average of 2 adoptions/day, kennel space opens weekly. NCAL will only euthanize animals due to terminal illness or for aggression that cannot be modified through behavioral training. Since we have initiated this policy, adoptions have increased and today the average stay for an animal in our facility is only 15 days.


Services Offered:
Humane Societies & Shelters
Pet Types : Cats, Dogs, Other Animals
Training
Pet Types : Dogs

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