I have been using No animal left behind for my animals vaccine clinic for the past 3 years. I love it! It is well organized, friendly and compassionate! The volunteers are very friendly and make sure that animals that don't like other animals have a place to go, they pass water around and pet all of the animals! You can tell that they really love what they do! Appointments are easy to set up and go rather quickly as well!
NALB is a god send especially to those living in LaSalle County. I have rescued 2 puppies (so far) and they have been spayed and had all of their shots through this wonderful organization. Without NALB I think the cost of adopting 2 puppies at one time would have been more than I could handle all at once. The Vets they are associated with are the best. All of the people I have come in contact with that volunteer at these clinics are wonderful, kind and compassionate animal people.
Jean, who handled the spaying of our pups goes above and beyond what most people would do to assure all of the pets she takes to be spayed and neutered are well taken care of, you can just see the love and commitment she has for all of these animals by the way she does so much to get so many spayed and fixed so there is less euthanasia amongst our animals.
We have brought our dogs here for vaccinations through their vet for a few years now and appreciate that they have this option available at a lower price than with a higher priced vet office. I know that the small profit they make is going to a great cause and it also helps us out in a difficult economy. It also enables other people to get these services for their animals who might otherwise not get their shots or spay/neutering for their pets which can be dangerous for all. I promote their services to everyone I know and wish more people would take advantage of their clinics and that there were more of them available!
we have two dogs and both we saved from being destroyed as puppys. And we are raising are two daughters and we are teaching our daughters compassion and being reasonable animal owners and if there wasn't an organization like no animals left behind nfp we would not be able to afford to take our two dogs to the veterinarian and nor would we be able to teach our two daughters about how you treawt gods animals and be a responsible pet owner. the no Animal Left behind nfp is a wonderful, carring, understanding organization that does g treat work for animals and there owners. They need more office like no Animal Left Behind nfp animals serviced so customer will not have to travel so far to get there. They need more supporters for all the good they do for animals, owners, and our community.
Review from Guidestar
I love animals and I hate to see them abused or just dumped out somewhere. My Rosie is a long haired dauchsen and I got her from my husbands secretary at his work. She had gotten Rosie from someone else. All in all Rosie had been through 5 different homes before she was 4 years old. She loved coming home with us -- she sat on my lap and looked out the window all the way home. She has now been with us for four years. Within a year after getting her we adopted a baby kitten and we named him Charlie. He needed neutering and I went on line and found No Animal Left Behind NFP. They set me an appointment right away and I went back in May and had both my animals given shots and deworming. It is a set up very nicely -- when we were called we went through a well organized line of deworming, shots, and were told if anything was wrong or if we needed to do some extra work in keeping their health up. Then in October that year, I saved a pregnant cat off the streets of our town. I called her Izzy and she was a little timid in going the next year of shots and deworming but by then she had had her babies and I gave them to Tails an organization in DeKalb, IL. In return Tails set up an appointment same day of giving the babies to them to neuter Izzy. Which was done nicely too. Back to No Animals Left Behind, Izzy was skittish at first in being checked over, but she didn't raise a fuss, they handled her nicely and she was no problem in getting shots and deworming. I love how No Animals Left Behind has handle my animals and others that go to them. They are a great organization and I proudly tell all that ask about where I go to get my animals shots, I tell them that they would be surprised how inexpensive it is compared to if I had to take 3 animals to the vet and have all done that I do at No Animal Left Behind. Again, they cater to many areas/counties around them and are easy to find. I would give them a definite 5 Star Listing. They are well above a 5 star in my book. Great organization, easy accessible, and nice people who run/or work there.
Review from Guidestar
My daughters and I have taken our cats to NALB for shots and for spay/neutering and the kindness shown by the volunteers is exceptional. The services we have used have been top notch. When my girls asked for kittens the first thing I thought of was expense: shots, food, toys, getting the cats fixed and so on. However, once I found out about NALB and knowing the reduced cost of their services has made this a very easy and affordable decision. We now have 3 cats between us and they are all doing great. Again, I cannot say enough good things about NALB.
I am a volunteer at No Animal Left Behind. I like this organization because of the good we do to help promote pet health and education. It is a well run charity with a distinct focus. We believe dogs and cats are good pets for elderly and those that can't always afford them. Our goal is to help them afford their pets with good health. We are also focusing on keeping strays off the streets because of unwanted litters.
Review from Guidestar
I am the founder, and current President, of NALB. In 2009 I was asked to be on a committee to review the stray animal/homeless pet problem in our county. From this opportunity I felt a need to "do something". From the original creation to today is a fantastic journey. We have meet all our goals and are annually setting bigger and better stars to reach for. We are all volunteers - no paid positions. Our success is due not only to our passion for our mission statement but the strength of support from community individuals and businesses. Our community service is a win-win for everyone including pet owners, pets, animal shelters, rescue groups, communities, our county, and neighboring towns and counties.
We will always be a group of volunteers. To date we have not focused on any one breed of dog, we want to spay/neuter as many cats and dogs as we can afford - for pet owners. We want to help keep pets in their original home. We want to reduce the inflow of unwanted kittens and puppies into our animal shelters. We want to reduce euthanasia of perfectly good pets because there is no home for them.
Review from Guidestar
I have volunteered for the organization a few times and I plan to continue to volunteer for No Animal Left Behind NFP. The service they provide is essential, in every way, shape & form. They provide low cost vaccinations, microchipping and spay/neuter services to people who would have no other means of providing this for the pets they love. Recently they brought their clinic to Streator, Illinois and they provided vaccinations for 104 pets in 5 hours. That is 104 pets that would NOT have been able to afford to get their vaccinations in any other way. I really enjoy watching the way all of the volunteers that have been with this organization for years in many cases, work together as a team. Jean, the Owner, never misses a beat and manages everything (and everyone!) with compassion and precision. I remarked at their last clinic, that the team, as a whole, work with almost terrifying efficiency. I love my pets beyond all else (except my kids) and I would trust every one of them to this team. ALL of their funding goes directly to the animals they help. I would donate to this organization without hesitation, knowing that the money would go where I meant it to go - towards the animals.