Fighting cruelty

The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals takes a stand against animal neglect, abuse, and cruelty. We support law enforcement, help pay for necropsies conducted by the state lab, and silently attend court proceedings wearing red “No Excuse For Abuse” t-shirts to show support for prosecutors and the law. We invite you to join us. Animal cruelty and […]

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Fix OK

The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals (OAA) is committed to reducing the state’s tragic and costly pet overpopulation crisis. In Oklahoma, tens of thousands dogs and cats are euthanized every year simply because they are homeless. Their lives were created by irresponsible people who did not spay and neuter their dogs and cats. These innocent animals pay […]

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Pawsitively Pits

Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes are the most prevalent type of dog entering shelters across America. If these statistics don’t shock us into working on creative solutions to help these dogs, the Pit Bull will continue to pay the ultimate price, its life! Shelters in large cities across the nation report a “pit bull” […]

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Unchain Ok

Chaining a dog is the most common form of animal abuse. Unchain OK volunteers work to reduce the number of dogs subjected to living on chains by educating the owners and providing alternatives to chaining. Oftentimes owners also need basic items to help provide for dogs -including doghouses, straw, food, trolleys, and more. No dog […]

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Mend-A-Friend Fund

Oklahoma Alliance for Animals’ Mend-A-Friend Animal Fund was established to help pet owners in need of financial assistance for emergency veterinary care. The Mend-A-Friend fund operates with limited monies, and the funds are used in the most responsible way possible for cases with a good prognosis for recovery. In order to receive financial assistance, you […]

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Turley Pet Project

In February 2019, the Turley Pet Project was created. Co-founders Jamee and Robin saw a large unmet need in the Turley area and knew they needed to help. Turley, while in Tulsa County, is not within city limits so it receives no assistance from the city or city animal welfare services. The Turley Pet Project […]

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