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ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 16, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is holding its first ever Adopt-a-thon, free dog and cat adoptions, at Reed Nissan, 3776 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32808, from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday, October 18, 2014. The Adopt-a-thon continues the Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project by announcing the goal to adopt 2,000 homeless pets into new homes by the end of the year. Pet Alliance’s full service veterinary department has checked “under the hood” on all dogs and cats for the Adopt-a-thon, making sure each pet is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and equipped with a Pet Theft Detection Device, also known as a microchip.
“There is nothing more heartwarming than to see a homeless dog or cat experience his or her ride home from the animal shelter,” says Sean Hawkins, Director of Marketing for the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. “We call the ride home a #Freedomride and we could not think of a better way to kick-off the year-end Adopt-a-thon than by partnering with Reed Nissan.”
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Dog flu causes Orlando Pet Alliance to suspend adoptions - WKMG
ORLANDO, Fla. - The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando said Friday that two dogs have tested positive for the H3N2 dog flu virus, causing the shelter to halt dog adoptions at one of its locations. The 3rd Annual Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project 90 Day Adopt-A-Thon resulted in an amazing 2,064 dogs and cats finding their FURever homes. Reed Nissan and the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando could not be more thrilled at this achievement. We sincerely want to thank everyone involved with the Adopt-A-Thon, those who help behinds the scenes to the wonderful families that opened their hearts and homes to an animal in need. We thank you, the Pet Alliance thanks you and so do each and every dog and cat who now has a home and loving family to call their own."We will suspend dog adoptions in our Orlando location until further notice. We are still adopting (out) cats from our Orlando location,” Pet Alliance said on Facebook.All pets adopted from Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando are sterilized (surgically spayed or neutered), treated for internal and external parasites , permanently identified with a microchip, and provided with core vaccines appropriate for dogs and cats including rabies, distemper, and upperrespiratory viruses. Cats receive a Feline Leukemia test. Dogs will have been tested for heartworm disease.