For more than 75 years, Animal Friends has continually set – and raised – the bar for humane programming in the Pittsburgh region. Our 75-acre campus serves as a center of compassion and hope for more than 2,600 homeless pets annually.
Our full-service companion animal resource community serves our region by providing approximately 15,000 spay/neuter surgeries annually, and impacting more than 120,000 lives through humane education, pet behavior classes, pet therapy and our pet food bank each year. Animal Friends is proud to continue to save lives … simply put, because it’s what we do.
February 12, 2019
Bubble Yum is a petite brown tabby who is just over a year old. She was transferred to Animal Friends from one of our partner organizations in West Virginia. This sweet little lady is a bit shy when she’s meeting new people, but once you gain her trust she warms up very nicely. Bubble Yum […]
February 5, 2019
Dozer is an adult red tick Beagle who make friends with everyone he meets. This friendly boy absolutely loves his toys, but prefers not to share them with friends. Because of this, he would do best in an adult-only home where he will be the only pet. Dozer likes to put his sniffer to work […]
January 29, 2019
Meet Coco! She’s a very affectionate girl who just needs a little time to get to know new people and situations. She is an active dog who needs lots of exercise and mental stimulation to keep her mind and body engaged. Coco has made wonderful progress during her time at Animal Friends and is growing […]
January 23, 2019
Miss Cheddar is a young, mixed breed rabbit who found her way to Animal Friends when her previous owner could no longer care for her. As a younger bunny, she will benefit from continued human interaction and opportunities to socialize in her new home as she continues to come out of her shell. If you […]
January 16, 2019
This gorgeous gal is Kay! She is a loving, 2-year-old girl who was brought to Animal Friends as a stray. Kay gets along well with other felines and may enjoy sharing her new family with another cat. While she can be a little shy with new people, she warms up nicely as she builds trust. […]