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.
Sweet pittie Genie found herself on death row but the day she was scheduled to be euthanized, Dallas Pets Alive stepped in to save her. She eventually found a wonderful home to call her own. See her Ruff Life story here.
Wilson landed at Dallas Pets Alive with a goofy grin that turned out to be a broken jaw. Find out how he recovered and ended up finding his ‘furever’ family on this installment of Ruff Life.
“He is the BEST,” Kaitlyn said. “I am so glad I got introduced to Bear! He’s going to make my life so much better… we are going to be helping each other.”
Phoenix had a ruff start to life but with the help of a wonderful foster mom, she survived and even found a furever home at the same time. Check out Phoenix’s amazing story in this week’s Ruff Life.
Spuds was a pup in need: sad, skinny and suffering from mange. That’s until an amazing foster saved his life and ended up making him a permanent member of the family. Watch Spuds on Ruff Life here.
Bonnie was an abused and neglected junk yard dog before a good samaritan stepped in to change her life forever. See her amazing story on this week’s segment of Ruff Life.
As you recall, Fritz Fernandez was one of our first available foster dogs featured in Ruff Life a few months back. Now, Fritz is happily enjoying his very own forever home. Find out how Fritz is doing in this Ruff Life Update.
Written By Julie Adams Gray Bella proves the right family can transform a scared dog with a troubled past into a vivacious, playful pup. Bella has a new name, a new home and a new outlook on life. She is now Molly, living with her mom Haley, dad Stephen and doggie brother, Marshall. Haley had […]
Lady Madonna, aka Maddie, by her former foster family gave birth to a big litter of puppies – all named after Beatles songs. After seeing all of her puppies find new homes – it was Lady M’s turn to find her very own happy ending. See how Lady Madonna runs in this this latest edition […]
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
Dallas Pets Alive! is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN 46-2768869