A Leg Up is a Helping Hand


Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse is happy to announce a new partnership with Dewitt Animal Hospital-Shelter to offer a Leg Up to pets that arrive at the shelter suffering not only from homelessness but also from significant yet treatable medical conditions. In need of safe and loving homes, these wonderful dogs and cats first require…

What IS High-Volume, High-Quality, Low-Cost Spay/Neuter, Anyway? And Why Does It Matter?


When we ask you to support our planned “high-volume, high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter clinic” (HVHQSN), what – exactly – are we talking about? High-Volume “High-volume spay/neuter clinics  . . . are defined as those whose surgeons each perform 30-40 sterilizations per day.”  http://www.target-zero.org/our-mission/high-volume-and-other-targeted-spay-neuter. We are often asked if the target number of daily surgeries is achieved…

Not Sexy – Unless You’re A Cat Or Dog


According to 2012 Census data, over 44,000 cats and dogs live in Onondaga County households that fall below the poverty level. Because most of these beloved pets are not neutered, they pump out thousands more puppies and kittens each year. If we can prevent these unwanted births, we decrease drastically the numbers of cats and…

Advocate for Animals – Syracuse Woman Magazine


Check out this month’s issue of Syracuse Woman Magazine for an article about AAGS, by our President, Linda Young! Linda has given a great overview of our Mission and projects! If you would like to JOIN us in working toward our goals, shoot us an email at aags@twcny.rr.com. DONATION information is at the end of…

Generosity


We animal people are the most amazingly kindhearted, generous group in the world! All it takes is a flash of the “puppy dog eyes” or a story about an injured or starving kitty and we are right there to help; and thousands  are spent to “save” animals  “on that list” in a kill shelter. The…

Kindness


Amelia Earhart once said, “A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.” Imagine the roots that will spread throughout CNY when we are able to spay and neuter 150-200 animals a week, reducing the suffering that overpopulation causes to those without a voice.…

EMPTY THE SHELTERS AND POUNDS!


Our goal is to reach a day when there are NO MORE HOMELESS PETS in CNY! There are only two ways to end the killing and dying in CNY shelters and on our streets. The first way is to increase adoptions. Statistics say, however, that in order to solve the homeless pet crisis in America,…