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DPA’s Pawsome People: August 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

DPA’s Pawsome People: August 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

“Kenzie is an amazing foster. Not only does she save lives, she takes on our most complex medical cases. She does not shy away from a dog that has major skin conditions, major orthopedic issues or chronic heart conditions. And right now, she is dealing with all three in her two foster dogs, Rhya and Laila…”

StoryBuilt Community Named Goose After Dallas Pets Alive Alumni

StoryBuilt Community Named Goose After Dallas Pets Alive Alumni

A new StoryBuilt development is coming to the Lake Highlands Neighborhood of Dallas.  The best news is, it's named after a DPA alumni, Goose!  Poor Goose was found in an alley behind King Noodle Restaurant in March 2019.  Dallas Pets Alive rescued this sweet pup and...

DPA’s Pawsome People: May 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

DPA’s Pawsome People: May 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

“Not only is Jenay an amazing veteran DPA foster and volunteer, she has recently taken on an additional role, a team lead of DPA’s behavior program. In uncharted territory, Jenay has jumped in head first in this new role to help support other fosters who are seeing behavioral challenges in their foster pets, and is helping coordinate regular DPA training opportunities, as well as measuring qualitative results and data from our training sessions to make sure our fosters are learning helpful and impactful information. Jenay does all of this with a smile, always positive and looking for ways she can help more foster parents and pets. Jenay is a true gem and a breath of fresh air on the Operations team.” – Andra A., VP of Animal Operations.

DPA’s Pawsome People: April 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

DPA’s Pawsome People: April 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

“Catherine has been a dedicated member of the rescue team for years and we are so lucky to have her on board to help us save lives. While she started out evaluating animals at our shelter partners, she has quickly pivoted to a remote role in the COVID age to help us save even more lives by virtually assessing animals and helping us “list” them for potential fosters. With Catherine’s help we’ve been able to save even more lives out of additional shelters needing our help, as well as help to divert shelter surrenders through her fast action!” -Elina D., DPA’s Rescue Director

DPA’s Pawsome People: March 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

DPA’s Pawsome People: March 2021 Volunteer Spotlight

“Junel brings a welcome sense of pride, gratitude, and curiosity to all of her interactions with our team. Her emails brighten my day each time I receive them, a precious thing on our team since we handle difficult decisions and conditions every day. She is currently our most distant volunteer to Dallas, but you can clearly see and feel the love she puts into her work for our team, our animals, and our mission. Junel brings a growth mindset to learning and is always striving to improve her work. As we approach her 1 year anniversary with our team, it is my hope that this is only the first of many anniversaries to come.” -Bridget H., DPA’s Assistant Medical Director

St. Patrick’s Day Trivia Event

St. Patrick’s Day Trivia Event

Join us for an all virtual one hour event played using Zoom, which includes an engaging and entertaining Sporcle host, access to the digital scoring system, and professionally written general knowledge content based on a wide range of categories. This is not a themed...

10 Do’s and Don’ts When Preparing For Your First Foster Pet

10 Do’s and Don’ts When Preparing For Your First Foster Pet

Whether you have pets of your own or have never had a furry friend, preparing for your first foster pet can be nerve-wracking. Trust me, you are not alone.  Even the most experienced fosters you see today were where you are now, with more questions than answers and...

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Help us care for our adoptable pets by making your gift today:

$35 – One Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) test
$50 – One x-ray
$75 – Spay/neuter surgery for one puppy/kitten
$100 – Annual vaccinations for one animal
$500 – Heartworm treatment for one animal
$1,000 – Emergency stomach surgery – foreign object removal
$2,500 – Boarding & behavior training for one month


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