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Animal Balance

PO Box 66406 

Portland OR 97290

Tax ID: 68-0630714

animalbalance.org

info@animalbalance.org 

The mission of Animal Balance is to collaborate with communities in need to create sustainable animal management programs in order to prevent suffering and ignite social change.
 
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Program Summary

The goal of Animal Balance USA is to act as a resource for areas in need of accessible and affordable spay/neuter delivered quickly and efficiently to address an immediate need. Animal Balance USA can provide assistance in areas where there is a lack of accessible and affordable spay/neuter, a lack of personnel trained in providing high volume, high quality spay/neuter and/or an immediate need for high volume, high quality spay/neuter.

Our high-volume ‘MASH’ teams, comprised of the most experienced veterinary medical volunteers from all over the country, will be deployed to these target areas. We will work with local organizations to provide the type of services needed in their community and, when needed, teach them how to replicate our services so that they can be sustainable long term.  In every situation, we will use our very detailed standard operating procedures which we will share with local organizations for future use. It is a ‘MASH intervention’ if you will, one which will help solve the immediate crisis and create sustainable programs in order to have the greatest impact in each community in which we work.

“For example, in areas where there is a lack of accessible and affordable spay/neuter or lack of personnel trained to perform high volume, high quality spay/neuter, we can  solve the problem at the source, restore balance at the shelter, reduce intake, and ultimately decrease shelter deaths, all while training local organizations so that the solution is permanent.,” says Emma Clifford, Founder & Director of Animal Balance.

 

Animal Balance is comprised of a team of specialized experts who focus exclusively on creating high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinics in any environment imaginable. We recruit the most experienced volunteer veterinarians, technicians and assistants in the country for our campaigns. We have been creating community based humane animal management programs utilizing high volume spay/neuter clinics since 2004. 

Over the last sixteen years, we have served twelve island nations around the world, convincing local organizations to put their differences aside and to collaborate; helping to create sustainable solutions, while at the same time igniting social change aimed at fostering love, compassion and respect towards all species. We have now decided to shift our focus to provide our unique services right here in the United States as we have seen first hand the need for a true solution to overpopulation and it is high volume, high quality spay/neuter. 

If you would like to find out more about these services, please email us at info@animalbalance.org and we can start by sending you a short questionnaire and a sample budget. 

​Interested in Volunteering? Please click on the link below to learn more about our current and upcoming opportunities.

Animal Balance USA Ongoing/Upcoming Campaigns:

edinburg, Texas

Animal Balance will be visiting Palm Valley on a monthly basis for the foreseeable future!  For more info please email info@animalbalance.org. 

To apply to volunteer, fill out our volunteer application here! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Animal Balance saw an urgent need in the Palm Valley area where spay and neuter resources are scarce. Short term missions like this help alleviate resource gaps while allowing more time to put long-term solutions in place. This mission dovetails with the ongoing multi-year partnership between Best Friends and PVAC to improve shelter operations, implement a community cat program and help prevent euthanasia at local shelters.  Click below to hear from Mike Bricker, the Interim Executive Director for Palm Valley Animal Center to learn more about the dire need for services in South Texas.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma

In partnership with the Coalition for Tulsa Pets and funded by the Arnall Foundation, Animal Balance will host three high quality, high volume MASH style sterilization clinics in Tulsa, OK. The first clinic will be held Jan. 10th-13th with additional clinics following in March and April of 2020. To learn more please email info@animalbalance.org. To apply to volunteer, please fill out an application here.

St. Landry, LA

In partnership with the Bissell Foundation, Animal Balance will provide six high quality, high volume sterilization clinics in St. Landry Parish in 2020. The first clinic will be held Feb. 13-16. For more information email info@animalbalance.org. To apply to volunteer, fill out an application here. 

Animal Balance USA Past Campaigns:

Hillsborough county pet resource center - Puppy mill case -tampa, Fl

Nov. 7th-11th 2019