North Carolina Responsible Animal Owners Alliance (NCRAOA)
is a non-profit educational 501(c)(3) organization

Individuals Join NCRAOA by submitting the form below.

Organizations download this form for membership

Payment for Associate Membership or donations can be
made by check or through PayPal. Follow the links below.
Thank you for your support!

Name (Individual):




Pets Owned please specify Dog/Cat/Bird/Other:

I wish to become an Associate Member
Please answer Yes or No:

By typing my name here I have read and agree to abide
by the NCRAOA Code of Ethics printed below:

North Carolina Responsible Animal Owners Alliance
Code of Ethics
Checks for Associate Membership ($20/year)
and any donations can be mailed to:
NCRAOA, PO Box 455, Stem NC 27581
As members of the Alliance, we agree to the following statements and principles:
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To assure that our animals have adequate food, water, shelter, companionship, training, and veterinary care.
To assist in educating the public on all aspects of responsible animal ownership, using literature and programs from the NCRAOA, the American Kennel Club, the Cat Fancierís Association, the National Animal Interest Alliance, and others approved by the Board of Directors.
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To assist and promote responsible animal rescue groups whenever possible.
To maintain high standards of breeding, including health testing. To sell puppies/kittens on spay/neuter contracts, whenever applicable, and with guaranteed no-fault buy back clauses for the life of the animal. We will strive to educate the public on the aspects of responsible breeding.
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To report genuine animal abuse to the proper authorities.
Outdoor cats, not living in a confinement system, will be spayed or neutered.
Dogs are not allowed to run loose. Dogs that are working (hunting, doing obedience, agility, herding, etc.) will be off leash, but under the owners control, and will be reclaimed by their owners should they become lost.
To organize and assist in promoting fair laws regarding animal owners responsibilities and rights.
To keep our Mission statement foremost in our thoughts when dealing with the public.