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Ruff Life: Now NOLA can let the good times roll!

Ruff Life: Now NOLA can let the good times roll!

NOLA is a special pup and, much like her namesake city New Orleans, has overcome obstacles and risen high on the other side.

After being hit by a car and being taken to our partners at Vet Ranch for surgery, NOLA became an honorary member of the Dallas Pets Alive! tripod club. A few days later she went home to her foster family who quickly fell in love and adopted her.

Dallas Pets Alive! #DogsofInstagram

Dallas Pets Alive! #DogsofInstagram

From pint-sized portable pooches to true life Cinderella stories of street dogs turned agility stars, Instagram has made itself a storybook full of wonderful adoption tales about dogs rescued, fostered and adopted through Dallas Pets Alive!

Ruff Life: The Force is Strong with Jakku

Ruff Life: The Force is Strong with Jakku

You may remember Kennedy. He was struggling to get his campaign for a “fur-ever” home off the ground with his partner Jackie O. “They were pretty much bald from a bad case of mange,” says Haley Edman, marketing director for Dallas Pets Alive! “Everybody kept passing them up.” Thanks to some medicine and TLC, Kennedy and Jackie […]

Ruff Life: Sydney

Ruff Life: Sydney

Being a stray dog landed Sydney in the shelter but it was her fearful demeanor that put her in danger of euthanization. It wasn’t until a set of great foster parents took Sydney into their home to give her a second chance that she was finally able to find the happy ending she truly deserves. […]

Ruff Life: Chester

Ruff Life: Chester

Chester was a blind stray who ended up in the shelter and it wasn’t until some wonderful fosters stepped up to save Chester that he was given a second chance. Watch his Happy Tails story in this week’s Ruff Life.

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Help us care for our adoptable pets by providing funds for their care. Below are suggested donation amounts corresponding to specific needs.

$10 – Microchip
$25 – Heartworm test
$50 – Puppy vaccinations
$75 – Spay/neuter one pet
$100 – One day of parvovirus treatment
$300 – Heartworm treatment
$500 – One month of behavioral training

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