Compassionate Care for Homeless and Neglected Pets

Northern Neck Partners for Pets will accept and re-home as many pets as possible.

What We Do

Based on our core mission to rescue, nurture, adopt and educate, NNPP is 100% focused on building a private no-kill animal shelter in the Northern Neck. We are dedicated to bringing positive change to the lives of animals who are at-risk for unnecessary euthanasia and/or who have suffered abuse, cruelty, and neglect.     


Our board is composed of experts in animal rescue, medicine, veterinarian science, law, real estate, and non-profit management. Their leadership brings dedication and passion to our mission. We are proud to say that 100% of the board contributes money and in-kind services.   

Our Goals

Although NNPP is a young organization, we are working quickly. In 2017, we will purchase property for our new shelter, having completed government due diligence processes.    


Our strategic objective is to raise awareness for the plight of unwanted pets in Northern Neck and garner support for this worthy cause.    


Immediate goals are to increase our marketing visibility, build membership, and accept donations. At the same time, we are working to hire an experienced shelter architect and obtain foundation grants for start-up funding.    


Longer term, NNPP will build additional facilities. Our plan is to accept and re-home as many pets as possible from the county pounds, owners, and other rescue groups.    


NNPP would not have achieved this level of success without the support of the Animal Welfare League of the Northern Neck (AWL). We are proud to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with this strong, publicly-respected nonprofit. Established in 1965, their work focuses on spay/neuter programs, placing animals in foster homes, re-homing animals through adoption, and relocation to no-kill facilities.    


AWL provides foster homes for unwanted pets until they are adopted. They do not have a shelter. That’s where NNPP comes in.     


If you want to end animal suffering and the sad deaths of lost, sick, and abandoned pets in the Northern Neck, please help us financially reach our goals.   

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