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Our mission is to become North Carolina`s leading voice for responsible animal ownership and preservation of the human-animal bond.

To accomplish our mission we will
~Educate the public and provide resources and information about animal care and training.
~Identify areas of need and assist communities and individuals in reaching sensible solutions to animal issues.
~Support reasonable and humane animal welfare laws.
~Oppose groups and those individuals that would restrict the rights of responsible animal owners.

copyright North Carolina Responsible Animal Owners Alliance 2004-2008

Notice: Articles and brochures on this site are provided for general information only, and written for educational purposes. Please be an informed animal owner, do the research, and form your own opinions. Permission is granted to copy and distribute NCRAOA articles in their entirety as is.

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