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Category Archives: Dogs
THANK YOU! The 48 stray dogs from Orange and Sullivan Counties we helped in 2018 say THANK YOU. The 219 stray cats rescued from our local streets say THANK YOU. The 159 community cats who were spayed, neutered and vaccinated … Continue reading
Dear Santa, Hard to believe 2018 is coming to an end. So many wonderful things have happened since I wrote you last year. Ms. Becky tells me that over 500 of our friends here at Pets Alive have found loving … Continue reading
Not every dog who comes to Pets Alive is socialized and ready for adoption. We also take in very shy animals who have had little or no human contact. That’s the backstory of Laura, part of a litter of 8 … Continue reading
Hercules – a Roman hero and god known for his strength and many adventures! Our Hercules was found running on the streets of Middletown, NY over a year ago. We will never really know what adventures Hercules had before finding safety at … Continue reading
February 2017. A lonely dog wandering alongside a road in Sullivan County on a cold and snowy afternoon. Every rib protruding, her backbone showing, small wounds on her face. And yet, a will to live in her eyes and hope … Continue reading
Seen walking for days back and forth on the same road in Livingston Manor, NY. Did you get lost? Were you left behind? Did they know you’d keep searching for your family? We will never know how you ended up in a sleepy little … Continue reading
Can’t stop the hugging! Jack the love bug loves to give hugs. Jack had a pretty rough start in life, he was found running down a road in Wallkill, NY, tethered, yes tethered, to another dog with a 3.5 lb … Continue reading
Six months old and tied to a post outside a New York City firehouse. This is how little orphan Annie’s story begins. Her “hard-knock life” changed forever in October of 2016 when she arrived at Pets Alive. A big, goofy puppy … Continue reading
An update as of October 13, 2018 Earlier today, Gracie said goodbye and crossed the Rainbow Bridge. You can read about what happened on our blog posting here. Thank you so very much for your support. She will be missed … Continue reading