ZippiVet Animal Hospital Commits To 5-Year Sponsorship Of Austin Pets Alive!
March 10, 2016 (Austin, TX)- Austin Pets Alive! is proud to announce that ZippiVet Animal Hospital has committed to a five-year sponsorship of Austin Pets Alive! with special interest in providing medical supplies to the pets in APA!’s care and valuable pet parenting information to those who adopt from APA!.
“We are honored to have such a huge commitment from ZippiVet for the next five years. This sponsorship guarantees the future of the work we do,” said Ellen Jefferson, Executive Director for Austin Pets Alive!. “We are so grateful for Dr. Wystrach and the rest of the team at ZippiVet for their support. We look forward to making Austin even better for pets with their help.”
In addition to a monthly cash donation to support APA! programs, Dr. Wystrach will provide quarterly pet parenting tips to help adopters and fosters stay informed on preventative care to keep their dogs and cats happy and healthy. These articles will be hosted on the APA! blog and serve as an educational resource that everyone can access.
As part of their effort to enhance the adoption experience, ZippiVet Animal Hospital will also be providing each new adopter a starter kit for on-site adoptions at Austin Pets Alive!’s Town Lake Animal Center and Tarrytown locations that will include pet product samples and educational information.
“ZippiVet Animal Hospital is proud to provide financial resources, preventative care assistance for adopted pets and a contribution to the forever homes of Austin Pets Alive! families,” said Dr. Wystrach from ZippiVet Animal Hospital, “We understand the importance of adopting a pet from a shelter and the no-kill movement for companion animals. We value the human-animal bond and honor the great work and lifesaving efforts of APA!.”
Austin Pets Alive! is a 501(c) 3 (nonprofit) organization. Austin Pets Alive! is focused on helping the healthy and treatable pets at risk of euthanasia at city shelters. Our mission is to promote and provide the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals.