We are in current need of Fosters and Adopters! Please visit www.sanantoniopetsalive.org for details.
Come by and visit our new adoption center!
8520 Fourwinds Dr.
San Antonio, Tx 78239
We need the help of the whole community in order to make San Antonio a no kill city.
Here is a list of ideas for how you can help: Volunteer, Foster, Donate (check to see if your company has a matching gift program) Adopt
Bring us an item from our wish list
Become a Facebook fan or Twitter follower
Come to one of our events
Donate a vehicle for our transport team
Sponsor a pet
Organize a supplies drive at your organization, school, or church
Throw a fundraiser party
Donate your old vehicle
Raise funds for SAPA! for your birthday, marathon, party
Give us your empty inkjet cartridges and old cell phones to recycle
Tell your friends about us!
Thank you for considering adopting a rescue animal! Here are the steps you’ll need to take to adopt a dog from SAPA!
Step One: Find the Right Pet
Browse our dogs or cats online or come to one of our adoption events to meet them. If the animal is currently in foster care, we will put you in touch with the foster home and will setup a time for your potential pet and yourself to meet. Visit the Adoptable Dogs page for how to contact the foster parent.
We want to help you find the perfect animal for you. We will encourage you to spend a lot of time with your potential new pet and actually require that you spend at least 30 minutes with a pet before filling out an application.
Step Two: Adopt a Pet
Once you’ve found the right animal for you, you’re ready to adopt. In total, this process will take about an hour.
We are often running adoption specials! Make sure you ask if there are any adoption specials running when you adopt your new family member!
San Antonio Pets Alive! fills the gaps in the community by identifying the problems that leave dogs and cats euthanized at the shelter and creating innovative programs to overcome those specific problems. Currently, we are focused on rescuing the pets who end up at the shelter and helping keep pets from being surrendered to the shelter. While we believe strongly in spaying and neutering, San Antonio already has great programs for those services, so we are focused on helping the pets who have already been born get out or stay out of the kill shelters.
Come visit our new center: