The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) offers affordable and accessible rabies clinics to pet ownersin Greater Boston and on Cape Cod.
The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) is committed to being a reliable resource for behavioral and health-related questions about your pet – well after they have been introduced to their new home!
If you’re thinking about adopting a pet, you have many questions on your mind. The staff at the Animal Rescue League of Boston is dedicated to finding the perfect match for you and your family and answering any questions you may have. Here are a few frequently asked questions.
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The friendly and caring staff provide a full range of high-quality outpatient services to pet owners in Greater Boston. All profits support the Animal Rescue League of Boston. .Come shop under the big tent at the Save A Dog yard sale and help raise funds to continue the rescue and placement of dogs in need of homes!Additional parking is available at the Medical Center (corner of Boston Post Road and Horse Pond Road). There will be something for everyone includinghouse-wares and household items, furniture, sports equipment, vintage and collectibles, books, games and puzzles, toys, small electronics, holiday decorations, crafts,and, of course, a complete pet emporium including dog themed picture frames, mugs, plates, dog clothing and other doggie supplies. The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) has animals of many types, breeds, sizes and ages. Search available pets now by selecting the type of pet you are interested in below. Adoption is a simple process but matching the right pet to the right owner can be more difficult. There is an adoption application that must be completed, reference checks, vet checks, etc., and an adoption fee depending on specific circumstances as well as an adoption contract to protect both the pet and the new owner should for any reason, "things not work out."
Some, but certainly not all of these dogs have various problems often not associated with the normal "house pet" relationship. Some come from cruel, hostile and abusive situations; some are near starving or have other physical problems. They may come to us with broken spirits as well as broken hearts and special dogs like these need special people to care for them.
Fortunately, most others come from loving and caring families who simply find themselves in circumstances where for a variety of reasons they can no longer care for their pets as they would wish.
Our primary goal is to place a dog in the most suitable environment, based on the animal's individual needs and its temperament. The commitment is lifelong and the Boston's interests are always foremost.