San Antonio pup stuck with hundreds of quills after unsuccessful attempt at making friends with porcupine
San Antonio Pets Alive shared photos on Facebook of one-and-a-half-year-old Nugget, an American Staffordshire terrier mix, with a face full of quills after his unsuccessful attempt at playing with a porcupine. Donations are needed for Nugget's surgery.
Here’s some ways to help San Antonio and Texas winter storm victims
SAN ANTONIO – This week’s winter storm wreaked havoc in San Antonio and across the state of Texas. AdSalvation Army San Antonio Area CommandThe Salvation Army is asking for donations to support San Antonio families fighting to survive the cold. San Antonio Pets AliveSan Antonio Pets Alive was forced to close locations this week due to the storm, but their work has continued to keep their dogs and cats warm. San Antonio Food BankThe San Antonio Food Bank is preparing to provide emergency outreach to community members in need after being affected by the recent winter storms. For more information about the mega food distribution sites this weekend, call the San Antonio Food Bank helpline at 210-431-8326 during regular business hours on Friday or Saturday.
San Antonio dog makes stunning transformation in five weeks
SAN ANTONIO – While many of us have been spending the last few weeks in quarantine looking not-so-glamorous, one San Antonio dog had the glow up of his life. After a battle with Demodex mites, Lobo has gained his hair back and is now ready for a forever home. San Antonio Pets Alive! “To say the least, Lobo was very hot, constantly weepy and crusty, and hurting and miserable.”Lobo is up for adoption at San Antonio Pets Alive! (San Antonio Pets Alive!)
San Antonio Pets Alive lowers adoption fees to $10, asks for fosters
SAN ANTONIO – Local shelters are asking people to not forget about animals as they self-quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic. San Antonio Pets Alive! San Antonio Pets Alive! (San Antonio Pets Alive!) remains open, the San Antonio Humane Society has decided to close its doors.
San Antonio pet shelter asking for donations to help save 19 sick puppies
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Pets Alive! is asking for donations after taking in a “flood” of puppies and dogs with distemper and suspected distemper. Since October, San Antonio Pets Alive! has rescued 92 distemper and suspected distemper dogs and puppies. The shelter is asking for donations to help cover medical expenses.
San Antonio Pets Alive strives to raise $10K in 24 hours
San Antonio Pets Alive strives to raise $10K in 24 hoursPublished: December 3, 2019, 6:33 pmSan Antonio Pets Alive is trying to raise $10,000 in 24 hours to help the nonprofit continue to treat and save thousands of animals in the area. Donors have offered to double whatever is raised during Giving Tuesday.