Care for pets during extreme temps

Extreme weather can be deadly to pets including those subjected to living on chains. Chained dogs are at extreme risk of hypothermia, frostbite, suffering, and death. Oklahoma state law requires owners to provide food, water, shelter, and veterinary care to prevent suffering. OAA and its Unchain OK volunteers are collecting donated doghouses and delivering them to animals in need. Many thanks to the media for sharing the story about the need.

KTUL story – 12-30-17

KJRH story – 12-30-17

Shelter for animals in extreme temps

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Does your dog have shelter? Shelter is required by Oklahoma state law; failure to provide shelter is a felony violation. Providing shelter against the elements and temperatures is even more critical during extreme weather.

Watch KJRH and KTUL news tonight for stories about our amazing Unchain OK volunteers delivering shelter and more to animals in need during this ¬†weekend’s winter storm.

Donations of used and new doghouses are requested. Email us or message us on Facebook. Money donations are also accepted online.