Community Outreach

The APS and the Durham community

As noted in the mission statement, the APS places a high priority in educating the public in “the humane care and treatment of animals.” This requires a comprehensive effort to reach all segments of the Durham community with a wide variety of information.

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Durham Dog Park Information

Please click here to learn about the wonderful resources Durham Parks and Rec offer to the community and to learn about the off leash dog parks in our city.

Pet Food Assistance Program

The APS has initiated a Pet Food Assistance Program for low-income pet owners. The APS is supplying cat and dog food to the Salvation Army at 909 Liberty St. for families in need of cat or dog food. The Salvation Army will give out the food based on their eligibility requirements and available supplies. They can be reached at 688-7306.