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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Bird Sanctuaries

Mission: Pets alive provides the compassionate solution to end the unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs by offering affordable, high-quality spay/neuter services.

Programs: Provide veterinary services to animals. In 2014, 12,896 surgeries were performed and 2,937 in-house vaccinations for a total of 15,833 animals receiving clinic services. A. ) provided transportation for 9,671 in 2014 and 8,711 in 2013 animals in surrounding counties to the clinic for spay neuter services. B. ) provided in-house vaccinations and wellness clinic for 2,937 in 2014 and 2,465 in 2013 clients'pets. C. ) provided 3225 in 2014 and 3,020 in 2013 spay and neuter surgeries locally for the purpose of reducing unwanted pet population.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I have been going to petsAlive for about 5 years. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about the excellent staff and the expert veterinary care my animals receive while in their care. I have done my spay and neutered and routine shots for 4 cats and 7 dogs. They have always been friendly, my animals have been wonderfully taken care of and seem to bounce back from surgery better than when I have used other area vets. I will continue to use petsAlive and recommend them to all pet owners in the area.

3 Christina17

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

We sent two of our cats to Pets Alive one to be spayed, and the other to be neutered. I agree with the bottom reviewer in that my boy cat came home a mess. I was assured by the group that they traveled with for the clinic that it was safe. I told them the history of my animals. Our kitties were bottle fed from about a month old after being found abandoned by my sons. I was never consulted about potential dangers of the surgery, or the fact that my kitties could be in danger because they would just be receiving their first round of shots that day. Needless to say, we just buried our boy today, a month later. 230 Dollars later at the local vet (I should have taken him to in the first place) countless shed tears, hours medicating, comforting, and trying to save the life of our sick boy. I had to leave numerous messages with Pet's Alive, and upon finally speaking to the person in charge, was told that basically I should have known this information already. That it was all my fault, and they are not culpable. Never take your pets to this group, I feel as if they murdered my pet.

Review from Guidestar