LPPNC focuses on providing financial aid for spay/neuter needs for pets in our community through its Spay Today Outreach Program (STOP). We are working to eradicate the pet overpopulation problem in our country and reduce the number of animals born by aggressively spaying and neutering owned pets and feral cats.
Spay/neuter is the ONLY answer to the pet overpopulation problem.

Simply call 336-393-0000 and leave a message of the services in which you need assistance.  One of our volunteers will call you back.

We are foster based, rescue abandoned and shelter dogs, take care of their veterinary and rehabilitation needs until ready for adoption.  We strive to find the best possible match for the pets in our care. They will live with the foster family until they are adopted. We are dedicated to take back any pets who have been adopted from LPIA and LPPNC in the past.

In order to match our pets with their perfect owner, we undergo a relatively thorough background check during our adoption process. This includes a vet reference, as well as various questions regarding their future home life (fenced back yard? any other pets or small children? etc.) We will ask you some basic questions over the phone to assure compatibility and to better understand just what you're looking for. That way we can match you with a pet that best suits your needs as well as theirs. From there, we will set up a "meet 'n greet," so you can spend some time with the prospective pet and get to know him/her more intimately. No pet will go home with its new owner on the same day, however. We will do a home delivery, and if needed, you can borrow some basic supplies to get you started (i.e. pet crate, dog food, leash/collar, etc.)!

We strive to place our pets in a home that best matches their needs. If any of our furry friends peek your interest, please contact us right away! Browse through our lovable pets today, take some time to read their stories, and you too could find your new forever friend!


"You can't change the world by helping one dog, but you can change the world for that dog." ~ Anonymous