Dr. Oliver has rescued many animals from the Guilford County Animal Shelter who were all scheduled to be euthanized. 99% of dogs that are dumped at the shelter are nice dogs who have suffered for human mistakes. The shelter is over crowded and needs help. Adopt, don’t shop. Our community can do better by the dogs and cats of Guilford County. Companion animals are sentient beings deserving of care and respect. The shelter is overwhelmed with homeless and unwanted pets. The vast majority of these dogs and cats if handled with kindness and respect and housed in a less stressful manner would make perfectly good pets.

The Haley Graves Foundation has appointed Dr. Oliver their Director and we have partnered with THGF to promote and facilitate all of our rescue adoptions moving forward. Our rescue animals will be posted on THGF website and you can submit your application for adoption or foster through the THGF website. Once you have submitted your application you can call us for an appointment to visit any of the animals you may be interested in. All of our rescue animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, tested for heart worms and intestinal parasites and fully vaccinated. Any medical problems they have are treated.

In addition to partnering with The Haley Graves Foundation, we also welcome local rescues that have their 501c3 status to use us for veterinary care for their animals. Dr. Oliver gives all rescues a substantial discount on veterinary care.

We provide care for pets through Break The Chain Kennel Kru, The Triad Independent Cat Rescue, Merrit Pit Bull Foundation, SPCA of the Triad, Alamance County Humane Society, Almost Home Dachsund Rescue and the list continues to grow.