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 […]
Saturday, November 10, 6 pm, Southern Hills Country Club. Information for sponsors and tickets – click here.
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.
Our partner BarkHappy published great tips to how to find a lost dog. Check it out here.
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! http://www.tulsaworldtv.com/Local-nonprofit-giving-back-to-animals-31117394
Check out this excellent guide to dog stereotypes. Get the facts. Know the truth. Share to help.
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 […]
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 […]
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Each year in Oklahoma, tens of thousands of healthy, adoptable animals are destroyed. Although great progress has been made, fewer than half of the animals that enter the Tulsa Animal Welfare shelter each year will leave there alive. Not only is this a harsh reality, it’s also a drain on resources and tax dollars that […]