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Meet Adorable Molly

Categories: Featured StoryNews ReleasePet SpotlightWays to help ADL

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 at the hospital have been treating her wounds and have been providing lots of love to help Erin heal as soon as possible. During her bandage changes, the hospital team uses this tasty treat toy to keep her distracted. As you can see in the video below, she remains incredibly…

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 7 year-old Mastiff mix. Unfortunately, Hercules was surrendered to ACS with a noticeable hole below his left eye. Our hospital vet team sedated him for a more complete exam and discovered a very large defect in his palate. The hole goes through his hard palate (top of the back of his…

2018 Fur Ball Fundraiser

Categories: Community Events

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our 2018 Fur Ball! It was amazing seeing so many of our supporters coming together to raise funds for the homeless pets in our care! Thank you to our auction donors and sponsors! A special thank you to Gunnarson Outdoor Advertising Inc, Tinka Rote and family, Valero Energy, Missy Finck, Alan & Elizabeth Hepp, McCombs Family Foundation, the Youngblood Family, Rosemary's Catering, Angel Fire Vodka, Eskimo Hut, and Freetail Brewing Co. for making our event possible! Event…

Carlton’s Story

Categories: Pet SpotlightWays to help ADL

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 the worst facial injuries our hospital staff had seen in a while. It was heartbreaking and shocking to see him in the condition he arrived in. The skin on the left side of his face was completely gone, exposing his facial muscles and even some bone. Carlton’s eye was severely…

ADL Official 2018 Fiesta Medal

Our 2018 Fiesta Medal

Categories: Community EventsNews Release

Our fiesta 2018 medal is here! For only $10 you can snag one at our main campus, the Paul Jolly Center, or the ADL Hospital. Help represent ADL by adding it to your collection today! Vote for ADL's medal for the San Antonio Business Journal's Medal Swap! We have been nominated in the non-profit category and the winner will be featured in the Business Journal's 13th issue. This exposure could really help us to spread the word about our mission!…

Tom Tom’s Story

Categories: Animal Defense League BlogsPet SpotlightWays to help ADL

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 with his leg. Our veterinarian team took x-rays and discovered that Tom Tom's leg was so badly broken that it unfortunately needed to be amputated. Tom Tom did well through the surgery and had a successful recovery! Tom Tom is a sweet-natured kitty who loves attention and chin rubs. Within…

Rose - Before & After

Rose – Before & After

Categories: Animal Defense League BlogsPet Spotlight

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 energy back. She is a healthy and sweet girl! We're happy to announce that Rose can now put the past behind her and is ready to begin her bright future with her family! Congratulations, Rose! We're so happy that you found your home!

Noodle - puppy with carpal laxity syndrome

Meet Noodle!

Categories: Animal Defense League BlogsFeatured StoryPet Spotlight

Noodle is just a small little puppy and has been diagnosed with carpal laxity syndrome, a deformity of the legs that primarily affects puppies. Puppies have fast growing bodies and go through growth spurts. When they have improper nutrients or are crated in a small area with little room to move their growing legs, they can develop this condition. With proper care and exercise, puppies can recover from this. Noodle is currently in foster care and we're working with her…

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