Austin Humane Society

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Celebrating 70 years in 2022, the Austin Humane Society is the largest, longest-standing no-kill shelter in Austin, Texas. From humble roots as a small organization founded in 1952, they are now a leader in the nation’s largest no-kill community. They currently serve more than 11,000 animals every year through lifesaving and life-enhancing programs, including adoption, spay and neuter, and disaster-relief in times of natural and man-made crises, and engaging their community to be part of meaningful and sustainable solutions for animal care.

Funded from 2017 to 2022
How we help: 

Support from Grey Muzzle will allow the Austin Humane Society to improve the health of senior dogs and help them find forever homes. Grant funds will cover the costs of blood work for senior dogs like Copper as they come into the shelter. Funds will also help cover any emergency or non-routine medical expenses the increased screening identifies and will allow AHS to expand dental services to senior dogs in their care. New in 2022, Grey Muzzle funding will empower AHS to train veterinary student externs on the unique needs of senior dogs.

Location: 
Copper
smiling beige dog on couch