Discover how Ace’s remarkable journey defied his shelter label and proved that every dog deserves a chance to thrive. Witness the transformative impact of compassion and second chances as Ace’s true nature shines through in the face of adversity.
Single kittens are number one most returned animal to shelters. Learn about “single kitten syndrome”.
Discover how New Hope Animal Rescue and Pflugerville Pets Alive collaborated to save and transform the lives of 90 cats and their overwhelmed caregiver. Learn how you can make a difference and support this vital rescue mission.
Imagine the heartbreaking sight of a terrified mamma dog and her day-old puppies, bouncing around in the back of a pick-up truck, covered in filth and infested with fleas. This was the dire situation we encountered when Roxy and her precious puppies were brought to a local kill shelter. We couldn’t stand idly by and watch their fate unfold, so we took immediate action, but we couldn’t do it without your support.
If you or anyone you know has a pet facing Distemper, please share that there is hope!
Canine distemper is a deadly and highly contagious virus that affects dogs, especially in shelters. Learn how to prevent this entirely preventable disease by understanding its signs, symptoms, and the importance of DAPP vaccinations.
As a pet parent, it’s your responsibility to keep your furry friend healthy and protected from disease. One of the…
Adopting a rescue dog can bring happiness and love to your home, but it also requires patience and effort. The 3-3-3 rule can help guide you in the transition process. Give your dog 3 weeks to adjust, spend at least 3 hours a day on training and bonding, and provide 3 positive experiences every day. With these steps, you and your new furry friend can build a strong and loving bond.
Meeting a new dog can be an exciting experience, but it’s important to approach them with caution and respect their personal space. In this guide, we’ll go over the dos and don’ts of safely and respectfully meeting a new dog, including asking permission, respecting the dog’s personal space, paying attention to body language, and more.
As a pet parent, it’s important to provide your furry friend with proper care and attention to keep them healthy and happy. This includes regular veterinary check-ups, proper nutrition, and regular exercise. In addition, vaccinating your pet against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases is a crucial part of responsible pet parenting. In this guide, we’ll discuss 8 essential steps to becoming a responsible pet parent, So, whether you’re a new pet owner or an experienced one, this guide is the ultimate resource for providing the best care for your furry friend.