Sponsor a Pet

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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Rickety, crickety, crack! Kapoa’s joints are going clickity clack! If you’ve ever had an achey joint, then you know how painful it can be. Poor buddy Kapoa has a few aches and pains after a series of bad luck bone … Continue reading


You may remember Daphne from a previous blog post. Daphne suffered from acid reflux during a surgical procedure that left her unable to swallow any food. The stomach acid caused burns in a portion of her esophagus that resulted in … Continue reading


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A two year old lab mix was made for jumping fences, chasing squirrels, leaping for kisses, and bouncing for joy. That’s why Mega looks so bummed out – she can’t fulfill any of her rightful labrador duties until she has … Continue reading


Tate is a little curly fluff ball, but he also has a lot of opinions. He’s not a dog who’s afraid of making the hard decisions, like when he decided he didn’t want to be in the car anymore, he … Continue reading

medication for congestive heart failure animals

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We have no shortage of dogs and cats that capture our hearts, have hearts of gold, and break our hearts. Because these little fluffs touch our hearts so much, it’s important that we take care of theirs. Austin Pets Alive! … Continue reading


Banjo is very playful and loves to go for walks and adventutes. He’s extremely smart and has learned a multitude of tricks and commands over the last few months and is always eager to learn more. He is very friendly … Continue reading


You may remember Raven from previous posts. Raven had a congenital heart defect that was detected several months ago when she was a tiny puppy. Raven was born into the care of Austin Pets Alive with pulmonic stenosis,  an obstruction of … Continue reading