Will you join us at the 2022 Walk For The Animals?
We're thrilled that we'll be back in person on Duke's East Campus this year. Registration is open! Read more
April showers bring May... adoption fee-waived dogs, cats, and more!
We've waived adoption fees for select dogs, cats and small animals who have been waiting a long time for just the right home. Come see who! Read more
Will you become our Faithful Friend?
Our dear friend Rick Fisher created a coffee table book of photography, "A Last Love Letter to My Friends: Celebrating Dogs and the Joy they bring us". Rick gifted the remaining books to us in hopes of inspiring more donors to support APS of Durham in a meaningful way. In memory of Rick, we are asking you to become a recurring monthly donor this month: our Faithful Friend.Find out more here!
APS & Best Friends’ Shelter Collaborative Program
APS of Durham is proud to be partnering with the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA and Best Friends Animals Society as part of Best Friends’ Shelter Collaborative Program with a goal of increasing lifesaving for dogs and cats entering APS of Durham. This initiative is instrumental in saving lives.Read more about our partnership here!
Movers for Mutts was a resounding success!
Every October in honor of Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, APS of Durham partners with Two Men And A Truck for their Movers for Mutts campaign. As part of their 6th annual campaign, Two Men And A Truck generously matched all donations to APS of Durham! They’re wonderful supporters of APS of Durham and we couldn’t be more proud to partner with them to accomplish our mission. Together with their matching donation, Two Men And A Truck raised $20,000 for APS, the largest Movers For Mutts total to date!Read more here!
$20 Spay/Neuter Vouchers for Durham Cats & Dogs
Save Lives! Spay/Neuter your cats and dogs! Stay tuned to social media and this page for upcoming dates for our community spay days. Please fill out this application to be considered. We’ll reach out with your date if we can … ContinuedClick to find out more
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are vital to the lives of homeless pets in Durham. APS Volunteers pledge at least two hours a week to socializing cats or dogs, assisting with clerical needs, working with our Education Committee or filling other needs. Click here to learn more. Read more
APS of Durham depends on the generosity of individual and corporate donors to continue the high standard of care we have for our animals, our community programs to help pets who are not at our shelter and our education program to help our community. Would you like to help fulfill our mission? Click here to donate! Read more