Sponsor a Pet

Each animal costs us, on average, about $250 to spay/neuter, provide daily food, care, and shelter, and medically treat. We need your help to provide the very best care for each of the animals.

There are two ways that you can sponsor a pet through Austin Pets Alive!:

Sponsor any pet in our program: Sponsoring is easy. Just visit the list of dogs or cats, click on the animal that you would like to sponsor, and you’ll see a sponsorship form at the bottom of the page.

Sponsor an animal in our program who has extraordinary medical or behavioral expenses: See below for a list of these special sponsorship opportunities. Your donation today helps provide treatment to these and other pets in our program.

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Dobby

Dobby

Dobby has been one of APA’s most challenging cases to date. Dobby came to APA in August of 2012 and we quickly discovered that she was in need of more than we could have imagined. In addition to Dobby’s significant, multiple medical … Continue reading

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Frankie

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Meet Frankie! Frankie is a 4yr old wire-haired terrier mix and is a fun combination of sweet, spunky, and sassy! This cuddlesome girl loves to be help in her person’s lap to be snuggled. Now in foster care she is … Continue reading

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Dolly

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Meet Dolly! Dolly is a senior lady (13yrs old) and is a black and white Rat Terrier mix. Austin Pets Alive rescued Dolly from euthanasia in February and have been treating her for pulmonary hypertension the last few weeks. She … Continue reading

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Dobby

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Sweet Dobby had surgery on her leg last year, and is still going through physical therapy to work on her orthopedic issues.  Dobby needs cold laser therapy to help manage her pain, and also medication to keep her anxiety under … Continue reading

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Erin

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Remember Erin? This 6 year old pup was scheduled and ready for orthopedic surgery a few weeks ago for a torn knee ligament.  She is a super happy dog and wants desperately to act like one! She is being managed … Continue reading

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