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Racing against time, we worked diligently with one of our transport partners, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in Asheville, NC, who transported dozens of animals from an animal shelter in Tennessee. The shelter’s Director was arrested on charges of animal cruelty … Continue reading
A warm and cozy bed. A yard to run around in and play. Endless hugs. That’s how Theo will spend New Year’s Eve. But it wasn’t always that way. Theo, a yellow shepherd, arrived at Pets Alive from a shelter … Continue reading
Today is #GivingTuesday, a day of global giving! It is an opportunity to show kindness to causes you cherish. Our goal is to raise at least $10,000 today to help animals in need and we invite you to join us … Continue reading
Gracie loved to go on hikes with her favorite volunteers, whether it was meandering through our dog trails or on a hike in the mountains. She loved to play, chasing a ball and jumping through the air playing catch. Gracie … Continue reading
12 degrees. No blanket. No food. No water – unless a frozen block of ice counts. Just a thin plywood box for protection from the howling wind. For a day? For a week? For a month? For years? How long … Continue reading
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