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Pancreatitis in Dogs

Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas, an organ that produces enzymes which help digest food in both humans and dogs. Pancreatitis usually occurs in dogs that are obese or overweight, but can occur in dogs ingesting high fatty foods.  It can be fatal if left...

Grieving the loss of a pet

 Have you lost a beloved pet?  It can be difficult to cope with the loss of the unconditional love of your pet.   You miss the routines you had together, and the presence of your beloved pet in the household. If you are looking after an older pet, you may experience...

For the Love of Pets, Foster a Shelter Pet Today!

What is a foster pet parent?  A foster pet parent is an animal loving person willing to open their home to a pet in need.  What does a foster parent do? He/she provides food, water, shelter and socialization for the pet in need.   Where can I go to foster a pet? You...

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Shelter Pet Safety Net

Bringing the community together to better the lives of animals,in partnership with the Bastrop Count

So you have enough cats at home but miss the pitter-patter of tiny kitten feet? The Bastrop County Animal Shelter has the solution! You can sign up to be a foster home for homeless kittens and experience the joy without the lifetime commitment. Contact the shelter at 512-549-5160 for more details. ... See MoreSee Less
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Remember Eugene? He was featured on our Facebook page not long ago, after having surgery to remove his damaged eye. You'll never believe how exuberant he is now in his foster home! ... See MoreSee Less
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Go meet this handsome Maverick! ... See MoreSee Less
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POCO is another lucky dog who received heart worm treatment from Shelter Pet Safety Net and just tested negative for heart worms! Thanks for the shout-out, Poco! ... See MoreSee Less
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This happy dog has no more heart worms thanks to her treatment sponsored by Shelter Pet Safety Net! Now Sierra just needs to find a permanent home....if you'd like to meet this odd-eyed beauty contact the shelter or send us a message! ... See MoreSee Less
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