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Your $1 = $3 for COVID-19 crisis relief

You showed up for them during the last crisis. Now, these innocent animals need you again. #GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity created as an emergency response to the unprecedented needs caused by COVID-19. And the need is great here at home. Houston has the worst stray problem of all major cities in America. Please don’t let […]

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Tesla needs an echocardiogram for her heart

When little Tesla was anesthetized for her spay surgery, her heart unexpectedly could not handle the stress, unbeknownst to our medical team. The next day she presented in an emergent state with congestive heart failure, which was diagnosed by X-ray. She was provided high doses of a diuretic, which stabilized her. We learned that Tesla was born […]

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Help protect them

Just because doors are closed, it doesn’t mean our beloved animals are protected from life-threatening heartworm disease. One simple mosquito bite can turn a pup’s life upside down. Routine details may seem menial with everything that’s going on right now, but monthly heartworm preventatives save the pets in our families from a treatment that requires […]

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Milo’s broken leg needs your help!

Help! Milo’s broken leg needs you!   Milo came into a shelter as a stray with an injured leg, and when we took him into our program we suspected a femoral head or pelvic injury with nerve involvement and muscle loss, much evidenced by his labored limping and also evaluated by our vet. The best […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Laura & Adrian Berg

Laura and Adrian Berg of Katy, TX have been volunteering for Houston Pets Alive! since August of 2018. They are HPA! volunteers extraordinaries, acting as lead dog fosters, hosting adoption events, assisting the medical team, and stepping up everywhere in between. How did you originally hear about HPA!?   During Hurricane Harvey. We were part […]

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Announcement

Given the situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak, we wanted to inform you that HPA! is working diligently to keep our pets, volunteers, and staff healthy and safe. We are taking preventative measures to ensure that we have enough supplies to take proper care of our animals. Fortunately for HPA!, many of our volunteers and staff […]

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