Animal Service League, Inc. was originally founded in 1953 by one woman who had a vision and passion to help homeless animals in need in our community. In 1957, ASL was incorporated under New York State law.. Today, ASL strives to maintain this original vision and goal and carry on the work of our original founder.
ASL is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization. It is primarily concerned with the care and welfare of domestic animals.
ASL is Governed by a Board of Directors
Educate and promote the proper care and welfare of domestic animals.
Encourage the spaying/neutering of domestic animals at the earliest appropriate age as a means of reducing their population.
Provide counseling services on options available to guardians struggling to care for their current pets.
Provide services to increase the likelihood of healthy, lifelong relationships between pets and their guardians.
Assess situations related to animals in need, and provide assistance whenever able.
Make responsible decisions for animals in our care with consideration to their individual potentials and needs.
Screen potential adoptive homes to ensure continuity of care required for the animal.
Our Board of Directors meet on a regular basis to create policies and procedures, plan activities and events, and discuss new growth opportunities to better serve our community and animals in need.
Funding for ASL
ASL is funded through estates, trusts, bequests, donations, memorials, and community events. Interested in donating?