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Author Archives: Mary Ann Bopp
Because of them, we can’t close, we can’t stop As the world around us seems to be turning upside down and our lives are disrupted in ways none of us could ever have imagined, the amazing Pets Alive staff is … Continue reading
**Warning: Graphic images** Cupid, a badly abused dog, was brought to us by law enforcement; she is what we refer to here at Pets Alive as a “scoop and run”. As Cupid arrived, her paws never even touched the ground … Continue reading
Little George, a small 4.5-month-old Yorkie puppy, needs a big operation. He started out life on the wrong foot through no fault of his own. He came from a puppy mill through a breeder that buys puppies for breeding purposes … Continue reading
Emaciated. Severe alopecia (loss of fur) and dermatitis (skin condition). Demodicosis (mites). Lameness. Conjunctivis (inflammation of the eyelid). And she has a mass above her eye. That sums up Luna’s health. Luna is a small 10-month-old puppy that wound up at … Continue reading
On this Thanksgiving Day, so many animals are thankful for your support. Because of you, the animals have a safe and warm place to live, eat nourishing meals, receive the medical care they need, get pampered by our staff and … Continue reading
Your vote is URGENTLY needed to move us into 1st place! Last chance on November 20 Thank you for your help so far in the Mid-Hudson Heroes challenge! Final voting ends at 11:59pm ET on Wednesday, November 20. We are … Continue reading
Your help is needed! Pets Alive is entered into the Mid-Hudson Heroes challenge sponsored by Ulster Savings Bank. The charity that gets the most votes by November 20 in each of 4 categories gets a $2,500 donation from the bank! … Continue reading
Hit by a car? Kicked? Abused? We may never know how Pumpkin Spice found himself all alone on the streets to fend for himself – with a broken, dislocated bottom jaw. Imagine the pain he must’ve been in while wandering … Continue reading
Autumn was brought to us just days ago – her little body had almost no fur, she had fleas, she was emaciated, dehydrated, had overgrown nails, and had a large mass on her belly. With your help, we were able … Continue reading