OAA is offering FREE DAPP dog vaccines for dogs in the north Tulsa community on Monday, December 20 from 1 – 4 p.m. at Chamberlain Park, 4940 N. Frankfort Ave., Tulsa. The DAPP vaccine helps prevent distemper and parvo. Cases of distemper recently closed the Tulsa Animal Shelter, and have been seen in community dogs […]
Thanks to a grant from Best Friends Animal Society, Oklahoma Alliance for Animals is thrilled to introduce H.E.L.P. Tulsa (Helping End Local Pet-Overpopulation) – a low-cost spay and neuter initiative – serving pets in Tulsa city limits. H.E.L.P Tulsa will work to reduce pet overpopulation by using a three-pronged approach to distributing low-cost spay and […]
David Jennings, a local physician and photographer, has kindly put together a 2022 calendar – filled with his original photos – benefiting OAA! The majority of the beautiful landscape photos were taken in northeastern Oklahoma. Each calendar is $15 with the $8 proceeds going to OAA. Calendars will be available for pickup at the OAA […]
Join us Saturday, June 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (come anytime!) at Broken Arrow Pet Resort at 11278 S. 305th E. Ave., Coweta for our “Summer Fun in the Sun” Microchip Event! Microchips cost $5 each (includes lifetime registration). Must register and purchase in advance. Pet ID tags are free (limit two per family). […]
Save the date for our Tails N Trails Dog Hike event and fundraiser on Saturday, May 15! Register here. TAILS N TRAILS Dog Hike Fundraiser was created so pet owners can experience a fun, unique, outdoor experience with their dog(s) and fellow dog lovers! All proceeds from the event will benefit OAA. Event is co-hosted by Pawsitive […]
There are two very important bills being heard this Wednesday morning, February 24. The Pet Store bill, HB1581 will be heard at 9:00 a.m. in the House Business and Commerce committee and the Anti-tethering bill, HB1580 will be heard at 10:30 a.m. in the House Judiciary (Criminal) committee. We are recommending strong support of both […]
Where to begin … this year has been rough. When COVID-19 reared its ugly head in March, we had no idea how dramatically it would impact our organization. Even now, I can’t begin to fathom the full repercussions this pandemic will have on Oklahoma Alliance for Animals and the pets we serve. We had to […]
Grab a raffle ticket (or two, or three) for a chance to win FOUR tickets to the OU vs. Texas game in Dallas this Saturday, October 10 starting at 11 a.m. There is only a 25% occupancy for the game, so tickets are extremely limited. The four tickets are in section 27, row 61. Tickets […]
We’re proud to premier our new online shop featuring our unique Tulsa flag paw print design. All proceeds from our merchandise will support our programs as we navigate this difficult time.
On Monday, August 17, Oklahoma Alliance for Animals discovered that Petland, a retail store notorious for selling sick and dying puppies from puppy mills had been granted a building permit in the city of Tulsa near 71st and Highway 169. While the building permit has been approved and alterations to the site have begun, there […]
We have teamed up with Tulsa Stained Glass to offer a one-of-a-kind framed mosaic paw print ready-to-assemble activity kit. Part of the proceeds from the kits goes to Oklahoma Alliance for Animals!
We’re excited to debut our new “Tulsa Together” paw print tee fundraiser! Our goal is to sell 500 shirts total. Think we can do it? All proceeds benefit Oklahoma Alliance for Animals and will allow us to continue helping pets in need in Tulsa and across the state. The shirts come in two styles: a […]
You may have heard of #GivingTuesday, which occurs in December following Cyber Monday. This year, we will also celebrate #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving in response to the impact COVID-19 has had on organizations and nonprofits across the globe – including Oklahoma Alliance for Animals. #GivingTuesdayNow is Tuesday, May 5, 2020. To encourage participation on this […]
Your help is needed. 💔 This is a rough time for everyone – individuals, animal shelters and rescues, stores, restaurants, you name it. The coronavirus is also hitting non-profits extremely hard, including Oklahoma Alliance for Animals. While donations have slowed dramatically, we are still helping animals in our community and in our care. And we […]