Animal Care Hospital of Matthews is proud to partner and work with the following organizations:
Parrot University is your resource for everything you need to have a healthy, happy and well-balanced parrot companion. Please visit for a unique and educational experience.
Companion Parrots Re-homed Mission Statement
The exclusive mission of Companion Parrots Re-homed is to accept companion parrots from unwanted, emergency or crisis situations throughout the Greater Charlotte, North Carolina, area and to facilitate through training and education, new adoptive homes for these sensitive and intelligent birds.
Phoenix Landing seeks to improve the quality of life for all parrots.
- Provide educational activities regarding the care and needs of parrots;
- Facilitate adoption for parrots who need a new family;
- Help parrots who outlive their guardians;
- Sponsor research of wild habitats and natural parrot behaviors;
- Support conservation and eco-tourism;
- Sponsor avian education for vets and vet students; and
- Advocate standards of care for pet stores, breeders, and rescues.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Guiding Eyes is a non-profit organization that is comprised completely of volunteers. Guiding Eyes raises and trains puppies prior to formal seeing eye guide dog training. We provide medical treatment for 1 to 2 puppies per year in their initial training session with a volunteer. For more information about Guiding Eyes for the Blind visit their website.
Carolina Greys Greyhound Adoptions NC/SC is comprised of greyhound owners and lovers who are devoted to finding homes for retired racing greyhounds, as well as educating the public about the greyhound as a companion dog. Greyhounds are calm, sweet natured, intelligent dogs who crave human companionship and affection and get along well with children and other animals.
Animal Adoption League
The Animal Adoption League (AAL) is a 501(c)3 non-profit group organized in 1992 by a group of caring individuals. The mission of the Animal Adoption League (AAL) is to provide veterinary care and temporary-to-permanent housing for homeless and rescued animals; to provide the best adoptive situation and outlet for the permanent placement of these animals; to educate the general public in the importance of reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs along with the care and overall welfare of animals; and to work towards the ultimate goal of compassionate, humane treatment for all.