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Lincoln Animal Ambassadors is addressing the root causes of animal homelessness in Lincoln and the surrounding area.

Lincoln Animal Ambassadors assists pets and their people through a voucher-based low cost spay/neuter program, a temporary assistance pet food bank, a low-cost vaccination clinic, and teaching people about being responsible pet guardians at community events.

  • Animals Spayed/Neutered
    Animals Spayed/Neutered

    3175

  • Families Helped
    Families Helped

    3630

  • Lbs Food Distributed
    Lbs Food Distributed

    461232

  • Cans Food Distributed
    Cans Food Distributed

    117477

News & Announcements

Space Cat Academy has launched a Trick of the Month Club subscription program for five dollars a month. Instructor Tori Peterson describes it as, “Your exclusive pass to behind-the-scenes training, two levels of tricks for the month, and a community …

The past two days I have been posting about the Sadie Dog Fund. In 2007, Pam Hoffman wrote a book about her special needs cocker spaniel. With the proceeds from her Sadie Dog picture book, Hoffman created The Sadie Dog Fund, a non-profit organization that helps to save the lives of dogs by offering financial assistance for mobility solutions, therapies, or surgeries that are too costly for pet parents. Today it’s my pleasure to present an interview with her, in which she shares a little more about her personal life as well as talks about animal welfare. PERSONAL BACKGROUND ALLISON: …

“Give them love. Keep them safe” is how Pam Hoffman signs every copy of Sadie Dog, a glossy picture book she wrote about her special needs dog. This heartwarming biography, with lavish illustrations, was written in honor of Hoffman’s loving cocker spaniel. “Once there was a cute little cocker spaniel named Sadie who was born on April Fools’ Day….” So begins the story of a lady and her beloved dog. As a teacher of writing clubs, I can tell you that describing one’s pet and more especially special moments with them can be a tough task. Hoffman perfectly helps readers …

My advice to aspiring entrepreneurs who are introverts is to let their passion guide them.  My passion for wanting to help save dogs’ lives and keep them at home is what drives me to continue with Sadie Dog Fund.  I am not paid to do this.  My reward is knowing that I have helped dogs. Shy. Quiet. Introverted. These probably aren’t the adjectives that you’d associate with the founder of a non-profit. Nor are these the descriptors you’d probably expect of an animal activist. And so it are these surprising traits that sparked my interest in interviewing Pam Hoffman. I …