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Category Archives: Medical Cases
Many experts will agree that the first part of recovery is admitting you have a problem. A few days ago Pets Alive received a call just like that — a call for help! A local woman admitting she had a … Continue reading
Jack, Lonestar and Tom the Tabby are three of the nearly 250 animals currently living at Pets Alive. Jack and his mate, Jill, both stray dogs, were rescued as they were running down a country road. They are both friendly … 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
Jack and Jill ran up the hill…an old nursery rhyme many of us remember as a kid. But earlier this week, Jack and Jill, two dogs, were running for their life – tethered together with an old, frayed leash that … Continue reading
We first met Cam 11 years ago and we instantly knew what a special boy he was. We just didn’t know how very special he was and how he would touch the lives so deeply of so many. When we … Continue reading
#GivingTuesday is an international day of giving back to the causes that mean the most to individuals. You can be part of this and give back to help Era – and so many other animals at our facility. You helped … Continue reading
Era couldn’t help it. Her foot hurt so much, she chewed off her own two toes thinking it would bring her relief. But it didn’t. Sadly, Era was all too used to pain and anguish. Each weekend, her owner would … Continue reading
Updated posting as of August 13, 2017: DONATE NOW TO HELP FRIDAY! Thanks to you, your generous donation is helping Friday, the cat, heal from an acute strain of pneumonia. He spent about a week at Flannery Animal Hospital in … Continue reading
Written by: Becky Tegze, Executive Director The right place. The right time. The right vet (thank you Dr. Joe!). The end of what we can only imagine was a long, hard and painful journey. Just like Sacagawea endured many hardships … Continue reading