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Open your heart and home to a pet in need, and be the bridge to a dog or cat’s forever home.
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Dog Behavior Program
The Dog Behavior Program’s mission is to provide the dogs in our care all available resources to enhance their quality of life and prepare them for life outside of KPA!.
All Breeds of Dogs
Kittens & Cats
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The community is an integral piece to KPA!’s lifesaving mission. Businesses and individuals alike have the ability to weave themselves into the fabric of our cause by giving to our programs as a sponsor. As a sponsor, not only do you make a hugely important impact, but you also receive recognition, letting your patrons, friends, or family know what matters to you!
Our signature and third-party events are key components of our annual fundraising efforts and help us continue our mission to save the most vulnerable animals of Central Texas. Check out the calendar below and join us at some of these awesome events! Interested in hosting an event of your own? We’d love to be a part of it! Tell us more by clicking the button below.
Heartworms are transmitted to dogs through mosquito bites. If a dog has heartworms, he is not contagious to other people and pets.
Because of the warm climate, dogs in Texas must be on a monthly heartworm preventative. If a dog isn’t on a preventative, after being bitten by an infected mosquito, the worms will grow around the heart until they eventually kill the dog. Usually it takes years of being infected with heartworms before a dog starts showing symptoms, but a simple test at a vet will catch if a dog has been infected about 6 months after the initial mosquito bite.
As KPA! is focused on pulling from euthanasia lists, we’re unable to take in found pets – but we’ll show you who can.
Monday : 8 am – 5 pm
Tuesday : 8 am – 5 pm
Wednesday : 8 am – 5 pm
Thursday : 8 am – 5 pm
Friday : 8 am – 7 pm
Saturday : 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday : Closed