• 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.
  • SpayShuttle – Our fleet of SpayShuttle vans (f/k/a Neuter Scooter) transport thousands of animals annually from designated locations to allow pet owners and animal welfare groups access to our low cost clinics. PFA partners with local animal welfare groups, shelters, and pet supply stores (Petco, Petland Discounts, and independent small businesses) which serve as a pick-up and drop-off locations, making low cost spay/neuter accessible to many who have difficulty reaching our clinics.
  • SpayNJ – PFA is the exclusive administrator of the NJ component of SPAYUSA’s national program: SpayNJ. This toll- free referral hotline assists NJ residents to find low cost spay/neuter options in their areas. Hundreds of cats and dogs in NJ are altered through our network of private veterinarians, spay/neuter specialty clinics and TNR programs every year.
  • Wellness Services – PFA’s Wellness Services Program offers affordable routine pet care to the general public and animal welfare groups. The primary goals of the program are two-fold: 1) encourage early spay/neuter to prevent countless “accidental pregnancies” and 2) make pet ownership more affordable, thus reducing shelter surrenders and increasing the number of homes available to shelter animals. This program has the added benefit of providing revenue allowing the organization to be self-supporting.
  • Veterinary Student Externship Program – PFA is an approved externship site for many Schools of Veterinary Medicine including University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, and Tufts. We have hosted scores of students from these and other accredited Veterinary Schools in the US and abroad.
  • Community Cat Program– PFA’s staff assists in the education of community members to Trap Neuter Vaccinate and Return Community Cats. Friendly cats and kittens are taken into PFA’s Kitty Academy Program.
  • Rescue – PFA’ operates a small all-volunteer dog rescue specializing in elderly dogs and dogs with medical needs. PFA’s rescue is not a participant in the State’s APC Program since all our rescued animals are spayed/neutered prior to adoption WITHOUT EXCEPTION. The clinics, however, are registered providers for the program.
  • TNR Workshops – PFA conducts TNR training workshops regularly at each clinic and offers these workshops in the field for interested organizations that wish to promote TNR in their communities.
  • SpayStation – In partnership with Passaic County Mobile Spay Neuter Coalition, and Liberty Humane Society PFA provides off-site surgical services via our SpayStation programs. These “Operating Rooms on wheels” allows PFA to reach areas of our state that do not have affordable options for spay/neuter. These programs currently serve Sussex County and Jersey City.
  • 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.
  • TNR Sponsorships – PFA serves as Sponsor in municipalities that require oversight of their humane feral cat population control programs.
  • Kitty Academy –PFA employees and volunteers provide medical care, vaccinations, and socialization to prepare adoptable kittens and friendly adult cats that are removed from colonies. “Graduates” are either adopted locally or are transferred to one of our partner shelters in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Maine.
  • Kitty Academy Adoption Program– Adoptions are held at our Hillside Clinic (401 Hillside Ave, Hillside, NJ) Monday through Friday 11am to 1pm and 10am to 12pm Saturday.
  • 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 our mutual goals. Together, we can achieve so much more than when we work alone.