An Update from Steve

Our priority at Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is to balance community safety and health while supporting the ever growing needs of dogs, cats and pet owners throughout Central Florida.

Over the last several weeks, our shelters have launched new resources and expanded others thanks to the support of Pet Alliance’s donors, adopters, and volunteers. These efforts will ensure our community continues to have access to pet related resources including:

  • Free pet food for pet parents in need through the Pet Food Pantry
  • Expanded fostering opportunities (86% of our pets are currently in foster care)
  • Virtual adoptions to continue placing pets into loving homes
  • Gradual re-opening of our veterinary clinics
  • Online pet pharmacy for easy ordering of meds and preventatives (for existing veterinary clients).

Below is a video where I share a bit more about these services and how Pet Alliance is helping our community through these uncertain times.

As we continue to over come the challenges that COVID-19 brings, I want you to know that we remain determined and hopeful. Pet Alliance is committed to our mission of high quality and compassionate care for dogs, cats and the people who love them.

Sincerely,

Steve Bardy, Executive Director
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

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