Rescue & sanctuary. Animal welfare. Legal.
Against all oddz animal alliance inc is the first law based animal sanctuary for court case dogs on the east coast. We have already saved and rehabilitated upwards of 50 court case dogs that otherwise would have been killed. See some of our animals and current news on our Facebook page: against all oddz animal alliance inc and on Instagram @aao_bflo or on our website at https://againstalloddz.org/
We take pride in making sure the animals in our care receive the best care. This goes above and beyond food and shelter, spays/neuter/vaccines. We work with certified trainers to make sure our animals receive training necessary to become even better citizens. To allow help them overcome their fears and adjust. An average board and train, when necessary, averages $2300-$3500 depending on the dogs needs. Our veterinary medical expenses have been averaging close to $1500/month lately. We have had tumor removals and spays and neuters. We have another dog in need of surgery to repair his painful knees and more mast cell tumors! Food for our sanctuary dogs averages $500/month. Their supplements, supplies also average $400/month. Ten sessions of water and laser therapy for one dog averages $893/ten sessions. Monthly prescription medication costs average $200/month. Our goal is not only to bring more volunteers on board to help with day to day operation and care of our animals, but to recruit foster homes. We have the need to build an additional hotel style boarding facility. By bringing on more volunteers and donors we will be able to provide care for additional animals in need as well as expand our ability to properly house dogs in our care (when a foster home is not available or appropriate).
Against All Oddz Animal Alliance (AAOAA) Inc's mission is to provide a multi service rescue and sanctuary for animals, with a focus being on animals that are ensnared within the legal system. Using elements of law and more traditional methods of animal rescue, we enable animals who would otherwise have no hope to thrive either in a home environment or upon our 30-acre sanctuary. Further, we utilize our members experience in the legal profession to assist animals and attorneys nationwide to advance cases and legislation that benefit animal welfare.