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Category Archives: Dogs
DONATE NOW! Updated posting as of September 8, 2017 Fourteen of the 20 dogs that Pets Alive rescued from the wrath of Hurricane Harvey are now available for adoption! These dogs were rescued from shelters that were at risk … Continue reading
Remie and Alfred came from different walks of life but both have one thing in common. They are both sick and need your help. We have set up a Giving Grid to raise money for our Emergency Medical Fund. We … Continue reading
Updated posting on February 24, 2017 Valentina has made good progress in her new journey at Pets Alive! (You can read her entire story below this posting.) After extensive testing by our medical team, she’s been diagnosed with Lyme Disease … Continue reading
An update as of Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Will’s adopters just sent a message about Will – he’s doing fantastic! “Will wants to let everyone know he’s doing amazing and can’t thank you enough for all the love and support … Continue reading
An update as of April 26, 2017 On February 13, 2017, Roscoe’s luck changed – he was adopted! He had a long road to recovery…after a lengthy surgery in early January to remove an obstruction from Roscoe’s stomach, and he … Continue reading
DONATE NOW! Imagine the horror when a landlord found Kane – an emaciated dog all alone inside an apartment. Kane had been abandoned, left behind by a family who was supposed to love him, care for him and be there … Continue reading
Dear Friends, Adopters, Volunteers and Supporters, During this time of year in between all the running around and rushing from one party to another, we also take time to reflect on the importance of friends and family. For most of … Continue reading
Dear Santa, My name is Cam and Ms. Becky is helping me write this letter to you. I’ve lived here at Pets Alive for over 10 years and I’m not sure if you know where to find me. Just to … Continue reading
1,825 days and nights — with no shelter, nothing soft to rest his head on, nothing to keep him warm on bitter cold nights, nothing to keep him dry in the pouring and driving rain, nothing to shade him from … Continue reading