The Arizona Pet Project keeps pets with the people who love and need them most by connecting vulnerable community members and families in crisis with services and resources to prevent the unnecessary surrender of their beloved companions.
The Valley’s only organization solely focused on bridging the gap between human services and animal welfare, The Arizona Pet Project keeps thousands of pets out of shelters each year, and home with the people who love them.
Thanks to our supporters, families can access emergency and preventive veterinary care, temporary boarding, housing assistance, pet food and supplies, and individualized case management.
In 2021, The Arizona Pet Project opened the community’s first pet support center in South Phoenix to increase access to bilingual information and culturally competent care.
And as a crisis responder, our team ensured thousands of pets in rural and indigenous communities had enough to eat by delivering more than 2 million pounds of dog and cat food across the State of Arizona at the height of the pandemic.
This year, we’re aiming higher and are expanding our programs to include a special focus on military veterans and our unhoused neighbors! Will you join us this Giving Tuesday in protecting families by providing care for them and their pets?
Who We Are
Name: The Arizona Pet Project
Local Office: 3905 N. 7th Ave., Suite 7611, Phoenix, AZ 85011
Phone: (602) 909-5291
Locations in Metro Phoenix: 1
Year established in Phoenix: 2001
Local Top Executive: Leanna Taylor
No. of Years with Org.: 9 years, 11 months
Type of Services: Human services and pet care
Specialties: Case management, crisis support, shelter prevention