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Our THE ONE event happened last weekend at PetSmart. There were lots of pets looking for their forever families from different organizations. We had a great traffic of people stopping by and giving some love to our pets and getting info. Great news from this weekend: Bradley Cooper got adopted! Daisy is with her family. Kerri says the little girl of the family told her “sorry you lose your dog but I’ll take good care of her” Bonnie was adopted and has a cute little girl to take care of her and Charlie (Bonnie’s brother) was adopted by his foster. We pick them up fromRead More →

Watch Shelby on the news (KXAN) Pflugerville Animal Shelter long-stay, Shelby, recently carried a really big rock out of the creek, which turned out to be a bison bone! Thanks to an invaluable shelter volunteer, who is also a specialist at Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (TARL), the following analysis of Shelby’s fossil find can be shared: This is a photo of Shelby’s bone (on the right) compared to the same element from a species of bison excavated at the Bonfire Shelter archeological site (near Langtry, TX). This is the tag that is associated with the fossilized bison humerus we have here at TARL: What wouldRead More →

Through December, any of our available cats and dogs can go home for just $25! PPA is participating in a Best Friends Network Partner Home for the Holidays Promotion. Please consider sharing these Holiday photos to spread the word! These are just a few of the pets available. Contact to meet any of the pets in our foster program. $25 Adoption Fee includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip and 30 days of pet insurance.Read More →

UPDATE: 4 out of the 5 kittens in Claire’s litter have been adopted, but Thor and momma, Claire, are still available. Contact ADOPT@PFLUGERVILLEPETSALIVE.ORG for more information Any size donation contributes to the costs of kitten care: FeLV/FIV Test: $20 FVRCP vaccination series: $44 Spay Surgery: $44 Dewormer: $9 Rabies: $11 Microchip: $15 Donations to our 501c3 organization are tax-exempt.  Read More →