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The Brookhaven Animal Rescue League was established in 1981 and is a nonprofit, limited-admission, volunteer-based animal welfare group.

Brookhaven Animal Rescue League



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Visit BARL's Adoption Center Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm or by appointment.

We have MANY dogs, puppies, cats and kittens waiting for homes.

If you can't adopt, foster.  If you can’t foster, donate.  If you can’t donate, volunteer.  If you can’t volunteer, educate.


Want to help the animals?

Your donations keep us going...

BARL is a 501 (c)3 charity and all donations are tax-deductible.  We do not receive any government funding and depend on donations from the public, businesses, grants and our numerous fund-raising efforts.  Please give.

Just within the last six years, we've found homes for 2,617 dogs & cats and we're still going strong.  Adopt!!

During the same time period, we spayed/neutered another 1,827 dogs and cats in our area 

through BARL's Community Spay/Neuter Program!

Never, Ever...

Leave your pet in the car!

They will die of heat stroke within a matter of minutes!

Also don't walk your dogs on hot concrete or asphalt.  It will burn and rip their paw pads.

Join the BARL Family

Please help us help them...

It takes a lot of volunteers to keep BARL going.  We need your help and if you can't help will you send someone in your place?

Can you help clean at the Adoption Center?  Or walk the dogs or play with the cats?  Can you help at adoption events?  Can you pack ink jet cartridges to recycle for cash for the animals?  Can you work at fund-raisers or ask businesses to sponsor fund-raisers?  

There are MANY, MANY duties that we need help with at the Adoption Center.  There are also MANY, MANY duties you can help with away from the Adoption Center.

With your assistance, animals get a SECOND CHANCE, and people find new companions. 

For more information email our Volunteer Coordinator, Jayne Wells, at 1loves2rescue@gmail.com.

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Love for Amya

Ready for a happy ending...

BARL Board Member, Coney Lea, poses with sweet girl Amya, who doesn't look too happy about sporting the cone on her head.

Amya had a hurt leg which had to be amputated this week.  She is recovering very well from her surgery and will soon be looking for a wonderfully, happy home.  

Thank you to everyone for your donations and for your prayers for Amya.  

Please contact BARL if you are interested in adopting this special girl.