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Category Archives: Dogs
Rescue According to area neighbors, a stray had been on the run for 2 ½ – 3 years. A good samaritan, Laura B., posted a plea for help on Facebook. Thank goodness for Buddha Dog Rescue and Recovery (BDRR) for … 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
Hurricane Dorian: Your urgent help needed As devastating Hurricane Dorian continues on a path to impact the southeastern states, we have been working around the clock to prepare for an intake of dogs from affected areas. Our effort is being … Continue reading
Ever consider adopting a senior cat or dog? While the young kittens and puppies are so very cute and playful, many of our senior animals are too! Some prefer just to hang out with you but others are quite spirited … Continue reading
Help us heal their broken hearts. We make a promise to every animal that comes through our doors and becomes part of the Pets Alive family: You will always have a place, you will always be loved, and we will … Continue reading
Where do I even start. The loose dog running down the highway? The two dogs found on the coldest night of the week with no food or water? The three cats found wearing collars huddled together in a school yard? … Continue reading
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