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Volunteer Spotlight: Lynn Pauwels

Lynn Pauwels of Houston, TX has been volunteering and fostering with HPA! since September 2017.  Starting out with dog care, Lynn is now a foster, volunteers at events and HPA! Thrift, assists behind the scenes answering emails and applications, and manages private HPA! Facebook groups. How did you originally hear about HPA!? Hurricane Harvey news. Why did […]

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Introducing Pennies for Pets

We’re seeking 100 people like you to pledge their Pennies for Pets. Not $100. Not $10. Not $1. Just pennies. HPA!’s “Pennies for Pets” program gives you the opportunity to round up your credit or debit purchases to the nearest dollar and donate the pennies to HPA! For example, when you spend $12.87, just $0.13 will […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Beth Shoaf

Beth Shoaf of Richmond, TX (originally from Lafayette, IN), has volunteered with HPA! since just after Hurricane Harvey hit. Since, she has volunteered in almost every corner of HPA! and is now focusing her volunteer efforts in our medical clinic for surgeries. How did you originally hear about HPA!? I was out of state when […]

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14 Pups Need Your Help to Find Forever Homes in Washington!

If you can believe it, there are cities that simply don’t have the overabundance of available pets that we have here in Houston. Transport provides these precious pups with an opportunity to find their forever homes much quicker out-of-state. Rosie, Woody, Landon, Liberty, Morgan, Ameera, Jazzy Jane, Quinn, Sassy, Belle, Sherlock, Saul, Bro, and Nala […]

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Help! Seuss Needs Shoulder Surgery!

  Seuss is a cute 2 year-old hound mix, and he has OCD.  No, not the kind you’re thinking, but Osteochondritis Dissecans, a painful congenital cartilage disorder and inflammatory condition that occurs when diseased cartilage separates from the underlying bone. Seuss also has some muscle atrophy where his OCD is in his right shoulder. The good news? […]

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