Loving Pet Inn Adoptions was organized in 2010 as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization. LPIA is an all volunteer based non-profit that receives no funding from the state, county, or city.  We operate solely on individual / corporate donations, fund-raising events and awarded grants.  94% of all monies goes towards the care of the animals and financial aid for spay/neuter.

LPIA rescues abandoned, breeder, puppy mill and shelter dogs, takes care of their medical and rehabilitation needs and adopts them to stable, loving homes. We strive to find the best possible match for the pets in our care. We also promote and provide spay/neuter assistance to the community. Spay/neuter is the ONLY answer to the pet overpopulation problem.
Recurring Events

  • Waggin' Wild 5K Rescue Run-Walk is held the first Saturday in March.  Mark you calendars!
  • LPIA, along with Animal Rescue and Foster, collects new and gently used shoes, pocketbooks, bags etc year around.  Twice a year they hold a big sale!  Please save and donate your extras! http://bit.ly/collectshoesOur next PURSE AND SHOE SALE is MARCH 8 & 8, 2019!  Come see us!  Event Flyer Here!


After the holidays and the New Year comes the time to reflect on the year that has passed and what we’ve accomplished. It’s been a year of remarkable transformation for the many animals that came through our doors, and we’re proud to be able to share just a couple of their stories with you.
Reggie, found in a garbage dump in West Virginia, came to us in horrific shape. He was completely matted to the point that we were able to shave his entire coat off in one solid piece. He was confused & scared but quickly changed his tune once he realized he was among friends. He’s been adopted and is now loving life!

Abby’s owner sadly passed away, leaving her four beloved dogs behind. The owner’s family, not wanting to surrender the dogs to the shelter, had a family friend stay at the house with the dogs with the agreement that he would care for the dogs. Unfortunately, he did not hold up his end of the deal. By the time we were contacted and made it out to the house, one of the dogs had already passed away. Abby was in dire need of a blood transfusion and would have passed within a day had we not gotten her to a vet when we did. We partnered with another local rescue to handle the situation with the three dogs and thankfully the remaining three are stable and thriving. 

The level of neglect that these dogs had to endure is heartbreaking. They suffered for far too long, as did the many other dogs and cats we brought into our rescue this year. We are so thankful that we were able to help them all regain their health and find the loving homes that all pets so deserve. While stories like Reggie and Abby’s are hard to read about, it is the sad reality of so many pets in the Triad. We do our best to help as many as we can, but we couldn’t do any of this work without our generous supporters who have the same heart for animals that we do. We thank you in advance for thinking of us when considering which nonprofits to support this year and every year, and look forward to all the happy endings in 2019!