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Make your final 2017 donation now! This year, Noel will ring in the New Year with a new family, thanks to you who have supported her during her nearly 4-year journey. Noel arrived at Pets Alive via a transport from … Continue reading
On this #GivingTuesday, Ayden needs you more than ever. Just when Ayden was enjoying things in his new home, he found himself back at Pets Alive. A young, one-year-old Ayden came to Pets Alive on a transport from South Carolina … Continue reading
Hurricane Harvey. And now Irma. Pets Alive staff, board members, and volunteers have worked tirelessly over the past two weeks since we rescued 20 dogs that came from animal shelters in the path of Hurricane Harvey. We are now faced … Continue reading
An update on June 27, 2017 Soldier, a very senior dog, came through our doors on Memorial Day, blind, deaf and emaciated. He could barely walk. We loved him unconditionally from the moment we set our eyes on him, as … Continue reading
DONATE NOW TO HELP BOB! Bob knows about enduring pain. In 2014, he was rescued from an abusive situation by a good Samaritan, who brought him to Pets Alive. The 10-year-old poodle was blind and his fur was unkempt and … 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
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