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Author Archives: Mary Ann Bopp
DONATE TODAY! It was winter the winter of 2015. It was cold. And things had changed for the worse. Iggy and his 8 feline friends were used to going into their caretaker’s garage where they sought food and shelter. But … Continue reading
Lone Star, the pony we rescued from possible euthanasia, is making great progress in recovering from laminitis, but his on-going medical needs continue to very expensive. You can help us continue to treat Lone Star by donating NOW to our … Continue reading
Kaboom is about the sweetest cat you’ll ever meet. He likes chin rubs, purrs when you pet him and he likes to lounge on a lazy afternoon. And he likes all that despite the pain he now endures – but … Continue reading
Can you imagine being born with a congenital defect causing instability in both of your legs that made them give out when you walked – and you lived with that pain for years? Enter Linda, a 5-year-old Chihuahua mix dog. … Continue reading
THESE CATS URGENTLY NEED YOUR HELP! We will continue to provide updates to the cats’ progress on this blog so check back often! Animal Control left our facility late on Friday afternoon, May 27, 2016, leaving us with 15 cats … Continue reading
Lone Star was living in excruciating pain resulting from laminitis, a disease that affects hooved animals when they aren’t being cared for properly. His owners, who could no longer care for Lone Star, wanted to euthanize him. This weekend, the … Continue reading
Written By Robin Markovits, CCDT Dog Trainer, Pets Alive Let’s not kid ourselves: life in the shelter is not what most dogs would prefer. However, we at Pets Alive do whatever we can to make life good. One of our … Continue reading
December 18, 2015. The Pets Alive Westchester board just announced their intent to give their former animal sanctuary property located 100 Warehouse Road South in Elmsford, NY back to the Town of Greenburgh for the purpose of the town working … Continue reading
During the months of November and December veterinarians treat many patients that encounter toxins. Certain foods and plant toxicants are more commonly associated with this time of year. Read further to learn more about some of the most common toxicities. … Continue reading