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Take a Shelter Dog out for Hound Around Town

Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando invites our Central Florida community to connect with our shelter dogs — without the long-term commitment! Hound Around Town offers residents the chance to take a dog out of the our Orlando and Sanford shelters for a two-hour-long outing. Not only is it a good time for participants, but our

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Specials

June 2019: Events, Clinic Specials, and Adoption Discounts

June is jam-packed with opportunities for you to connect with Pet Alliance in our shelters, clinics, and out in the community! Check out this month’s specials and events below: Adopt a Shelter Cat Month During kitten season, our tiny felines tend to find their furever homes quickly, but it’s our older cats who tend to

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Petco Foundation Invests $95,000 in Lifesaving Efforts at Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

Seven-day-old kitten “Monroe” who was turned into Pet Alliance’s Virtual Kitten Nursery to be fostered. Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando was awarded a $95,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to support our lifesaving efforts centered around our Virtual Kitten Nursery and Community Cat Initiative. The Petco Foundation investment will support Pet Alliance’s efforts to decrease

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Events

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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2019 Summer Camp Registration is Open!

The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando’s Summer Camps are designed for kids who love animals. Campers will experience hands on activities with shelter pets, gain knowledge from educational speakers, and enjoy animal-related arts & crafts, enrichment projects, games, and much more. Our Camps will be held at our Orlando facility on Conroy Road.  Summer Camp

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Specials

May Specials

Join us in our shelters and clinics on Saturday, May 4th for some exciting opportunities to save! See our ads below: Clinic Special Available for dogs and cats only. Eligible at all Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando Clinic locations, including our Alafaya Walk-in Clinic (no appointment needed at this location). Alafaya Walk-in Clinic Orlando and

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Remembering Sherry Chappell Cooper’s Animal Welfare Legacy

Sherry Chappell Cooper is remembered for many things, and not least among those is compassion and adoration for animals. Whether it was dogs and cats in need of new homes, elephants in need of sanctuaries or big cats that need habitat protection – she wanted to help. Sherry was born and raised in Orlando and

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Volunteering

Celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Week

We say it often because it’s true — Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando (PAGO) simply could not do our lifesaving work without the help of our volunteers. It takes a village of altruistic pet enthusiasts to make sure our shelter dogs and cats are happily enriched while in our care. In celebration of National Volunteer

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Specials

Heartworm Awareness Month | Discounted Specials

Why ask your vet to heartworm test your animal? According to the American Heartworm Society, all dogs should be tested annually for heartworm. Mosquitos play an essential role in the heartworm life cycle, and with warmer months ahead preventative is essential to protect your animal while on walks or for outdoor cats.  This is the Heartworm

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