We advocate for DuPage County's homeless animals in many ways.
Besides funding lifesaving critical care & rehabilitation treatment, subsidizing adoption fees, and contributing to the new shelter project, the DuPage Animal Friends help fund innovative initiatives at the County shelter that is beyond the normal operating budget of Animal Control.
Your donation matters in the lives of shelter pets. Make a gift now.
Lifesaving Equipment & Supplies
The DuPage Animal Friends have provided the following equipment for the DCACC shelter:
Educational Training Support
Know that when you donate to our general fund, you are continuing to help animals even when they have left the shelter. Educating our community and promoting responsible pet ownership is an important piece of meeting our vision. We develop programs and distribute materials to help pet owners learn how to foster a long, healthy relationship with their new pet.
Many animals arrive at Animal Control each year as strays. Unfortunately, over 75% of dogs and 99% of cats that DCACC sees arrive without tags or identification that would allow the staff to locate and reunite them with their owners. All dogs and cats adopted from Animal Control are vaccinated and micro-chipped before going home.
DuPage Animal Friends aims to fund low/no cost micro-chipping in an effort to reunite more lost pets with their owners. We also assist Animal Control in promoting the benefits of micro-chipping to the public.
More information on micro-chipping your pet.
We will not sell your information and you can opt out at any time.