Welcome to Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary
Welcome to our website! We have a new look and more to offer! You can still look for a pet to adopt, learn more about our events, and find out how to donate or volunteer, PLUS :
· Resources for Lost & Found Pets
· Frequently Asked Questions
· More ways you can help
· A new blog, dedicated to our first rescue, “Lucy’s Blog”
· More information about pet care
You’ll find videos on our new YouTube channel. In addition to our existing Facebook page, you’ll now be able to keep in touch with us on Twitter and follow us on Pinterest.
In the News section we’ll be keeping you up to date on what’s new at Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary, any special/urgent needs, as well as things that all pet owners and animal advocates need to or would want to know. Be sure to check this page every time you visit the site to be sure you don’t miss anything.
While you’re here, click around and see what’s new. We hope you like what you see and that you’ll be back often. We’d really appreciate it if you’d tell your friends and families about us and encourage them to check out the site.
Our mission is to provide safe loving, rehabilitation and sanctuary to pets who become homeless due to abandonment, abuse, neglect or surrender, until they find their forever homes. To educate the community on spay/neuter/microchipping and the importance of understanding the emotional needs of animals.
How it all started
After 9/11 our troops were quickly deployed with many having to leave their pets behind. The significance of this is that Fallbrook is situated on the east side of U.S. Marine Corps. Camp Pendleton.
Janet LuCore saw the immediate need to have a safe place for these pets and took action; she opened her door and her heart and Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary was born.
Because of Janet, nearly 4,000 pets have been re-homed. Because of her efforts, many pets have been re-united with their families. And because of Janet, any animals that come to Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary will ALWAYS have a loving home because of her No-Kill policy. Until the right family comes along, these pets will be loved and cared for by Janet and her compassionate volunteers and fosters. At Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary there are no “un-adoptables”.
She’s proven that one person can make a difference, and what a difference she has made.
Thank you for visiting FallbrookAnimalSanctuary.org