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Today we tell Lola’s story. A story of isolation. A story of neglect. A story of cruelty. After a lengthy investigation by the Hudson Valley SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Division, Lola has finally been liberated. Our Pets Alive team met … Continue reading
We are kicking off “May of Giving”, a month-long series of opportunities for you to join us in making a difference for the animals at Pets Alive. During this time period, we are honored that Sidewalk Angels Foundation will match … Continue reading
Each day more confirmed cases of COVID-19 are being reported in the Hudson Valley and many if not all are concerned about how this will affect our community and the pets we all love. We know this is a scary … Continue reading
A little background: Snowcone is an undersocialized dog; as a result of being on the run, he has developed coping skills that depend largely on the avoidance of contact with people in order to be safe in uncertain circumstances, so … Continue reading
Hit by a car? Kicked? Abused? We may never know how Pumpkin Spice found himself all alone on the streets to fend for himself – with a broken, dislocated bottom jaw. Imagine the pain he must’ve been in while wandering … Continue reading
Autumn was just brought to us earlier today by our local Animal Control Officer. She is missing fur on almost her entire body, fleas can be seen crawling all over her, she has a mass on her belly, she is … Continue reading
After loading up the van, late Wednesday evening, we arrived back at Pets Alive after the long trek to Brandywine Valley SPCA in Delaware to pick up 10 homeless dogs that were evacuated from shelters in Hilton Head, the Outer … Continue reading
Today is Hudson Valley Gives, an annual Day of Giving! Pets Alive is one of hundreds of local charities in the Hudson Valley that are participating – and we have a matching challenge! Your donation will be DOUBLED up to … Continue reading
Hemi, a 10-week-old Husky pup, is fighting for his life. Just a short while ago, Hemi was having a seizure and his owners were not in a position to pay for his medical needs and gave him up. We didn’t … Continue reading