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As the go-to pet experts across Central Florida, Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando does good things for dogs and cats and the people who love them. Formerly the SPCA of Central Florida, our goal is to provide compassionate and knowledgeable services for pets and to be leaders in innovative animal care and sheltering.

More than 7,000 homeless dogs and cats will turn to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando for caring, compassion and hope at our two animal shelters this year. Our highly skilled veterinarians will help and heal pets in our public veterinary clinics.

Innovative programs like the Pet Apartment Registry and Community Cat Initiative will work to decrease the number of surrendered pets and homeless animals in Central Florida.

Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

One Agency - Three Locations

Orlando (map)

2727 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
(407) 351-7722

Sanford (map)

2800 County Home Road
Sanford, FL 32773
(407) 351-7722

Alafaya (map)

12050 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32826
(407) 351-7722

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Dine for Paws: A Delicious Way to Give Back!

On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, restaurants from all of Central Florida are coming together to support Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando (PAGO)! Dine at any of the restaurants below on Tuesday, May 21 and they will donate 15% of the proceeds to PAGO. The answer is delicious…. combine the love of food with the love of

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health

Pets — The Unsung Heroes of Mental Health Awareness Month

Most of us don’t need a scientist to tell us that hanging out with dogs and cats makes us feel better. Those big brown eyes and the wagging tail that greet you at the door after a stressful day can immediately make you feel calmer. Or maybe, it us the companionship for your feline friend

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Fostering

The Do’s and Don’ts of Finding a Newborn Kitten

So, you’ve found a homeless kitten. It’s not as uncommon as you may think. For some folks out there, in the summer months it’s pretty normal to see mothers and their kittens nursing in hidden spots in your yard, in bushes, sheds, or some moms have even walked right into a strangers home to give birth. 

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