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Author Archives: Mary Ann Bopp
For more than 30 years, Pets Alive’s mission has been to help animals in need: To improve the lives of companion animals everywhere by any means possible, including rescue, adoption, advocacy, collaboration, intervention, and education. Rest assured, those things are … Continue reading
We invite you to join us TODAY in our Hudson Valley Gives campaign, a 24-hour day of giving! We ask you to help us reach our goal to raise $10,000 in 24 hours for the animals from midnight to 11:59 … Continue reading
Dear Partner in Rescue, We are very excited to tell you that we have reached another significant milestone in our progress of a new kennel building – we just obtained site plan approval from the town of Wallkill Planning Board … Continue reading
Our hearts were shattered into a million pieces this morning. Ms Paws earned her angel wings in the early morning hours today. As hard as she tried, her little body could no longer continue the medical challenges she faced. She was surrounded by love right up until the end. … Continue reading
Ms Paws, the critically ill puppy we took in this past week, needs your good thoughts and vibes. The veterinarians at Cornell University Companion Animal Hospital have been unable to place a traditional feeding tube even with a lighted scope … Continue reading
She looks like a cuddly young pup on the outside, but inside, she’s hurting. Ms Paws is a 3-pound German Shepherd puppy fighting for her life who came to use the other day. You can read her story here. We … Continue reading
We need your help! It is time to vote for Pets Alive in the annual Ulster Savings Bank Mid-Hudson Heroes Charitable Giving Campaign! The top “vote getter” in each category will receive $2,500! VOTE EVERY 24 HOURS starting TODAY through … Continue reading
Jacob came to Pets Alive on July 31, 2020, along with 29 other farm animals, all victims of abuse. He was only a month old. At the time, he had an infected umbilicus (belly button region). This condition was most … Continue reading
Hurricane season has been relentless. First it was a race against time to get 15 shelter dogs impacted by Hurricane Laura to the safety of Pets Alive. Now it’s Hurricane Sally. Thanks to the work of many, six more dogs … Continue reading