Austin Pets Alive! | Blog


Discover Austin Pets Alive! behind the scenes – including impact stories from our community, APA! happenings, and letters from Dr. Jefferson.

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May 20, 2023

Capturing Memories and Saving Lives

This May, APA! is partnering with the nationally acclaimed Jennifer Lindberg Studio to provide a beautiful photo of your pet that will also help support the long stay dogs of APA!.

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May 14, 2022

Heat Safety Tips for Pets

The temperatures are rising! Follow these tips to ensure your pet's safety.

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May 09, 2022

Paddle for Puppies is Back!

Paddle for Puppies is back on May 15th and better than ever. Register today and save a puppy with Parvo!

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Apr 13, 2022

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Meet our 2022 Austin FC Honary Mascots!

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Apr 13, 2022

Austin FC 2022 Mascots of the Match

Meet our 2022 Austin FC Honary Mascots!

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Mar 30, 2022

Cryptocurrency Can Now Be Used to Support Austin Pets Alive!

If you own Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other cryptocurrencies, you can now use it to help APA! in multiple ways.

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Mar 22, 2022

Letter from Dr. Jefferson: Tornado Help

With multiple tornado touchdowns in Central Texas and morning reports today of damage, we wanted to reach out to let you know how we fared and what we...

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Mar 18, 2022

Letter from Dr. Jefferson: Properties Update

I'm excited to let you know that on February 17, 2022, Austin City Council approved a one-year extension on our Town Lake Animal Center (TLAC) license...

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Mar 11, 2022

This Is a Call for Innovators and Entrepreneurs to Help Us End Pet Homelessness

Animals need the brightest minds. The entrepreneurs. The tech innovators. The pet lovers looking to make a huge impact.

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Mar 01, 2022

#AmplifyLifesaving for Pets Like Elton

Elton almost died of Parvo Virus, but thanks to a miracle, he found his family and the will to live.

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Feb 17, 2022

#AmplifyLifesaving for Pets Like Eugene

Lucy was holding Eugene while the Parvo staff administered fluids and he stopped breathing. His head went limp and “he died in my hands.”

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