With the recent tornadoes and floods in Oklahoma, many pets were displaced and will never find their way home because they were not microchipped or did not have a pet ID tag on.
This is your opportunity to take advantage of $10 microchipping (with lifetime registration) and FREE pet ID tags. TagOK will be joining us to help ensure we get more pets tagged this year!
More pets end up in municipal shelters the day after the 4th of July than any other day of the year.
Join us from 10-2 on June 29th at Christ United Methodist Church at 3515 S Harvard in Tulsa.
Click here to download the microchip registration form. Please complete it (one per pet) and bring with you and your pet to the event.
Keep your pets safe and be sure they can find their way back home to you!
Join OAA Saturday, July 27, for our 15th anniversary celebration and fundraiser at the Tulsa Country Club. The fun event features a barbecue buffet with music by Tim Sullivan. Join us for dancing, cash bar, and a live auction and raffle. Tickets are $100 each and available now for purchase.
If you’re interested in joining us (as a group) to jointly walk dogs who are waiting for forever homes, please contact us! OAA is not a rescue and cannot take in owner surrenders or strays. Please contact us for a list of rescues who do.
BE THE CHANGE!
Join us for the Tulsa Pet Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, April 6th, from 10 am to 3 pm at Central Park Hall at Expo Square.
It’s a fun filled day bringing everyone together to support the Pawsitively Tulsa initiative and to fund out how YOU can “Be the Change”
There will be several things for the whole family to enjoy, even the furry ones.
Several animal related and non-animal related vendors will be there to support the effort.
$10.00 microchipping and $5.00 pet ID tags.
Kids Zone with several activities for kids of all ages.
The stage will have several speakers every 30 minutes with different topics such as teaching your pet basic commands, preventing heartworms and treatments, what to do when you witness animal cruelty and how to report it, plus much more.
OAA is not a rescue but, on occasion, take in animals from cruelty and neglect cases, injured homeless pets, and to support shelters and law enforcement. We have no facilities so these precious pets usually remain in boarding until a foster or rescue is found. Some of these pets are also available for adoption once they are vetted and spayed/neutered. To see OAA’s adoptable pets, please click here. Please note that the adoption/foster application for each dog is on their profile; we will contact you once we receive the application. Thank you for helping us save lives.
Oklahoma Alliance for Animals proudly supports law enforcement in the relentless fight against animal cruelty. Craig and Ottawa Counties are leading the fight against cruelty in Oklahoma, understanding the proven link between animal cruelty and other violent felony crimes most commonly including domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse, drugs, and drug/human trafficking (source: NationalLinkCoalition). Click here for the KOTV story.
Mark your calendars now for the 2018 Woofstock – the grooviest pet adoption event in northeastern Oklahoma! More than 40 shelters and rescues, booths of pet-friendly merchandise and vendors, and lots of food and fun. Join us!
Jenks Riverwalk, Saturday, September 22. Times TBA.
Many thanks to the Tulsa World for featuring OAA and our Unchain OK program. We are able to help animals in need because of people who contact us, volunteer with us, and donate. Thank you Tulsa World!
The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals supports the amazing and dedicated work of rescues and shelters throughout Oklahoma – including their ongoing efforts to find loving, indoor homes for animals. Please check out our list of adoption events in your area.
The Adopt-A-Little Okie adoption event happens the last Saturday of each month at Tulsa Animal Welfare and the Broken Arrow Animal Shelter.
Please adopt animals from shelters and rescues. Never buy from a breeder – that only perpetuates the sad and expensive problem of creating homeless puppies and kittens. Be responsible and kind. Thanks!
Oklahoma has a severe pet overpopulation crisis that costs state taxpayers literally millions of dollars every year in shelter euthanasia costs. Irresponsible pet owners and backyard breeders inundate the state with unwanted puppies and kittens – all because they didn’t spay and neuter their pets.
Rescues work very hard to find homes for these animals (including their moms!) but can never keep pace with numbers ranging in the tens of thousands every year.
Please be responsible and spay/neuter your pets. Prevention is much kinder than destruction. Plus altering pets can help keep them safe. They’re less likely to try to roam, less likely to become lost, and more.
For a list of spay/neuter clinics in your area, please follow our Fix OK program on Facebook. For more information also please check out our Fix OK page on this website.