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Category: Pet Spotlight

Bubbles’ Medical Case

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Bubbles is a 1 year old, female, Terrier mix who is currently being treated in the Animal Defense League Veterinary Hospital. ADL has confirmed with Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine . . .

Señor – Before & After

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Señor was found as a stray by a good Samaritan who brought him to ADL. When Señor came to our shelter, he could hardly open his eyes, was missing lots . . .

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UFO Eyewitness Mrs. Butters – Storm Area 51

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Happy World UFO Day, July 2nd! Can you believe that one of our long-term residents, Mrs. Butters, is actually a UFO eyewitness herself?! Check out this dramatic video re-enactment of . . .

Meet Adorable Molly

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Molly is a loving young pup who came to ADL on June 9, 2018. She had horrible wounds across her back with fur missing and raw skin exposed. Our staff . . .

Help Hercules

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Thank You for Helping ADL to Fund Hercules’ Surgery! Through our partnership with Animal Care Services (ACS) we immediately transferred Hercules into our shelter. Hercules is a gentle and calm . . .

Carlton’s Story

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Carlton was brought to the Animal Defense League through our partnership with Animal Care Services (ACS) on Jan 25th. Carlton is only one years old and he had one of . . .

Tom Tom’s Story

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Meet Tom Tom! Through our partnership with the City of San Antonio Animal Care Services (ACS), we transferred Tom Tom into our shelter to find out what exactly was wrong . . .

Rose - Before & After

Rose – Before & After

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When Rose first arrived at ADL she was so emaciated that she could barely walk. Thanks to the help and support of our veterinarian team, Rose gained her weight and . . .

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