Our vision is a community where all companion animals are loved, respected and receive exceptional care.
COVID-19 Procedure Changes: Due to the recent pandemic, many of the APF’s procedures have changed. We are closely following state and federal safety guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19. For everyone's safety, we are limiting the number of staff and visitors to our building and following the rules of social distancing. In-person tours are suspended for the time being. A regimented cleaning process has been instituted, and the wearing of appropriate protective gear is enforced. Adoptions and group gatherings are being done online, and pick-up and drop-off of pets is at curbside. Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates.
'You’re about to leave the Animal Protective Foundation website’
With a mixture of both great pride for all that we have accomplished and a twinge of sadness, I am writing to share my plans to depart the APF on December 31, 2020 after 6+ years of service. It has been an honor to lead this ...
July 9, 2020 - Senior dogs have something
to wag about this summer as The Grey Muzzle Organization announces the
recipients of its annual grants. The Animal Protective Foundation (APF) in
Glenville are among the awardees.