2020


Press Release | Jun 23, 2020

U.S. Animal Welfare Organizations Launch Human Animal Support Services Pilot

Our exciting new initiative, Human Animal Support Services (HASS) has brought together a national coalition of animal services leaders and more than 30 pilot organizations transforming the traditional sheltering system to serve the entire community in supporting the human animal bond.

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Press Release | Jul 12, 2020

What Animal Shelters are Doing to Flatten the Curve and Still Save Animal Lives

The shelters using the American Pets Alive! COVID-19 Animal Shelter Preparedness Guide protocols have been working hard to keep their staff and communities safe while maintaining lifesaving operations for animals.

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Press Release | Mar 13, 2020

Animal Shelters Nationwide Come Together to Create COVID-19 Guide

American Pets Alive! joins forces to create shared, hands-on protocols for all shelters who want to prioritize and ensure that no shelter pet lives are lost as a result of increasing fear around the mutant coronavirus outbreak. 

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2019


Press Release | Dec 19, 2019

American Pets Alive! Coordinates Rescue at 58-Dog Deplorable Rural Texas Property by Rallying Shelters Nationwide

We are currently coordinating the rescue of 58 dogs from deplorable living conditions in Rural Texas.

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Press Release | May 1, 2019

Unprecedented Lifesaving Transformation in Southern U.S. Animal Shelters

LAS CRUCES, NM-- Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley reached a record live release rate of 92.7 percent in March. This is one of several reports of improvements at animal shelters across the Southern United States. The shelter is steadily working on lifesaving operational changes to save the lives of more homeless pets in their community.

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Press Release | Apr 19, 2019

Urgently Needed Education for Animal Shelters Expanded

American Pets Alive! launched three new apprenticeships in 2019

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Press Release | Apr 8, 2019

El Paso Animal Services Sets Lifesaving Record

The Department Stands Out From Other Texas Shelters That Have Much Work To Do

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