Dallas Pets Alive Pup Crawl
On May 28, 2017, approximately 275 people and dogs attended Dallas Pets Alive’s 5th annual Pup Crawl in Deep Ellum. The event, which sold out two days in advance, raised $7,500 to support the medical needs and behavior care of pets awaiting adoption. In addition to the funds that were raised, three foster dogs received adoption applications from attendees of the Pup Crawl.
About Dallas Pets Alive!
Dallas Pets Alive! is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit rescue group dedicated to promoting and providing resources, education and programs to eliminate the killing of companion animals. DPA focuses on pulling pets from the rescue list at Dallas Animal Services and on proactive measures to reduce the number of animals entering the city shelter with their Trap, Neuter and Release (TNR) and Positive Alternative to Shelter Surrender (PASS) programs. DPA’s goal is to one day make Dallas a no-kill city. Learn more at ww.dallaspetsalive.org.