News & Events
Annual Report & Newsletters
- NCAL Winter Newsletter 2021
- 2020 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall/Winter Newsletter 2020
- 2019 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2019
- 2018 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2018
- 2017 NCAL Annual Report
- 2016 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2017
- NCAL Fall/Winter Newsletter 2016-2017
NCAL in the Media
- Dogs rescued from overseas meat trade make their way to Vermont
- Forever Home: Meet Blake
- Forever Home: Meet Pipi & Boba!
- Fundraiser helps homeless animals
- How you can help ‘Raise the WOOF’
- Vermont shelter looking for donations for injured horse
- Help for people struggling to feed pets during the pandemic
- Animal League provides meals for pets, families
- Things get Mirky at North Country Animal League
- Forever Home: Meet Sparrow
- Forever Home: Look Out for Liam!
- Vermont Animal Shelters Work to ‘Catten the Curve’
- Donation allows NCAL to buy 14 acre horse farm
- NCAL was once again voted as the Best Nonprofit in Lamoille County!
- Teaching Compassion to Vermont’s Youngest Citizens
- NCAL Claims Title in the 4393 Awards for Best Nonprofit in Lamoille County!
- Humane Heroes Get Lessons In Caring
Justine was rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea. On February 14th, five rescue dogs departed from the Humane Society of the United States’ headquarters in Maryland to make their way to NCAL. Two of them, Justine and Nana, began their journey across the globe...
Pluto may be small in size, but he certainly has a larger-than-life personality. A sensitive guy, Pluto came from a situation where he did not have the chance to socialize much. He can be nervous around new people or situations, and needs to go to a forever family who...
There are ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT at the Winter Saddle Club, starting in January at the North Country Equine Center. In Winter Saddle Club, young equestrians (ages 7+) are matched with one of our amazing horses or ponies, who they will care for and ride throughout the...
PLEASE NOTE: Hunting/Trapping season in Vermont has officially begun and will continue through March 31st. BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER and take active measures to protect your pets. Follow and share these important tips to keep them safe: Keep your cats indoors; Put...
In the interest of better serving the animals that come through our doors and the community we serve, our Pet Adoption Center will be open by appointment only until early December for intakes and adoptions. Due to staffing shortages and increased demands brought on...