Low Cost Spay/Neuter: PFA performs more spay/neuter procedures in our clean, professional, and well-equipped facilities each year than any other provider in NJ. Because of our surgeons’ expertise utilizing the latest techniques, smaller incisions, and shorter anesthesia time, our patients suffer very little pain and have a fast recovery.
Wellness Services: PFA’s Wellness Services Program offers affordable pet care to the general public and animal welfare groups. This program has the added benefit of providing revenue, assisting the organization to be self-supporting.
Public Policy Advocacy: PFA offers expert consultation to promote humane public policy to elected officials at every level of government. We have successfully advocated for Humane Feral Cat Population Control (TNR) in many NJ counties and municipalities.
Access to Veterinary Care: PFA is committed to ensuring that all families have access to affordable veterinary care for their non-human family members, regardless of ability to pay. By expanding our diagnostic capabilities as well as increasing the scope of veterinary services available at our clinics, PFA is working toward the vision of a healthy life for all animals.
Partnerships: PFA believes strongly in forming partnerships and fostering cooperative relationships with other animal welfare groups in the state. We have had numerous successful partnerships, and we actively seek opportunities to collaborate. We feel that it is critical for animal welfare groups to find the common ground on which we can combine our resources to accomplish mutual goals. Together, we can achieve so much more than when we work alone.
Whole Families Program (WFP): PFA embraces the One Health approach, which recognizes that the health of people, animals, and our shared environment are interdependent. This philosophy informed the creation of our Whole Families Program. The WFP expands the traditional veterinary focus on the animal to include the human family members and their life circumstances. PFA’s Social Worker works with the family to connect them to human social services to resolve challenges such as housing insecurity, mental health issues, domestic violence, or food insecurity. Talking to pet parents about their family’s needs and worries allows early intervention and helps keep Whole Families together.