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Long stay dog finds forever home as San Antonio Pets Alive! cuts adoption fees

As social distancing due to coronavirus becomes the norm, San Antonio Pets Alive has cut adoption fees to $10 to get pets out of shelters and into homes.
Credit: Courtesy SA Pets Alive!

SAN ANTONIO — As coronavirus continues to force social distancing, San Antonio Pets Alive! is cutting adoption fees to $10 for animals older than 6 months to help find homes for as many of them as possible.

Jimbo is a year old, and he survived parvovirus and distemper. He was left with a head bob, and he had been overlooked in shelters since June 2019. Thanks to these recent efforts, the pup now known as Max has found his forever family.

At a recent adoption event, Julie and Bryan were looking for a friend for their dog Moose. Max hit it off with all three, and within a day he became a part of the family.

There are plenty of animals who need homes now more than ever, and if you're suddenly working from home, what better time to adopt a pet? The $10 adoption fee covers microchipping, vaccinations and spaying/neutering.

If you're interested, fill out an adoption application at www.sanantoniopetsalive.org/adopt or email adopt@sanantoniopetsalive.org.  If you can’t adopt but want to help, you can donate at www.sanantoniopetsalive.org/help

Credit: Courtesy SA Pets Alive!

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