Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is Palm Beach County’s longest standing, largest animal welfare organization. Each year we take in nearly 10,000 lost, abandoned, injured and neglected animals. Every animal is given a complete medical exam and tested for disease, spayed or neutered, vaccinated and given a microchip. There is no time limit for an animal to stay at the Animal Rescue League. The Animal Rescue League functions to provide shelter, medical services, care and protection for homeless and neglected companion animals. By advocating for their welfare, community involvement and education we are striving to end the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in Palm Beach County.