Leap Day Fundraiser & Adoption Event Feb 07th 2020

We get an extra day this year, so why not spend it lovin’ on some dogs? Save the date for our Leap Day Dog Adoption & Fundraiser for Oklahoma Animal Alliance hosted by Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios on 66, 1347 E. 11th St., Tulsa on February 29 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The wonderfully […]

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It’s Hip To Snip Jan 28th 2020

February is “It’s Hip To Snip” month when we focus on spay/neuter to reduce the massive pet overpopulation crisis plaguing Oklahoma. Low-cost spay and neuter It’s “Hip to Snip” month, and Oklahoma Alliance for Animals and Alta Vista Animal Hospital are offering low-cost spay and neuter procedures for owned animals. Spay and neuter procedures are only $25 during […]

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Dog Walkers Club Apr 25th 2019

If you’re interested in joining us (as a group) to jointly walk dogs who are waiting for forever homes, please fill out our volunteer form! OAA is not a rescue and cannot take in owner surrenders or strays. Please contact us for a list of rescues who do.  

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Tulsa World features OAA and Unchain OK Jul 11th 2016

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

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Adopt, Never Shop May 04th 2016

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 […]

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Fix OK: Spay and neuter May 04th 2016

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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5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Pet Overpopulation May 08th 2014

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 […]

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