Lizzy's Animal Hospice



A companion animal is a pet. A companion animal can provide their owner emotional and physical benefits. Walking a dog benefits the animal as well as the owner. Dogs offer companionship, loyalty and friendship. Please consider adopting or fostering a Lizzy's Animal Hospice Dog. Click here to download our flyer about Lizzy's Animal Hospice.
More people are adopting older dogs.

Cleo
October's Dogs of the Month!
Meet Cleo ! Cleo is a 2 year old German Shepherd mix. She absolutely loves other dogs and her favorite is to play with toys. She needs a bit of basic training, but is a spectacular dog. She loves car rides and walks. She sits pretty and would love to learn more tricks and training things.
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FUREVER HOMES WANTED!
Click on the images below to learn more about our LAH pups looking for forever homes. These dogs are easy to love and care for and they don't ask for much.
Cleo
Cleo
Cricket
Cricket
Goldie
Goldie
Leo
Leo
Penelope Rayne
Penelope Rayne
Bugsy
Bugsy
Nana
Nanna

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TESTIMONIALS

I just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you. Thank you for caring for the animals in our community. I know it's hard work. I know you're not thanked often enough for all of the little things you do. So thank you! You are making a difference. Keep it up!
LAH Donor February 2017

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MISSION STATEMENT

To provide a home environment to the most vulnerable companion animals in a shelter environment, or who would ultimately end up in a shelter, which are those who are elderly, terminally ill, and homeless.

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Meet Lizzy

LizzyMeet Lizzy - the inspiration for Lizzy's Animal Hospice. She was only with us for two years, but that was longer than we thought she would live considering the condition she was found in. Lizzy was chained to a tree in Southwest Austin, and her hair was so heavily matted that every time she tried to stand up she would fall over - and she was frail. At around 13 years of age, Lizzy was given the life she deserved in the first place. She lived free of chains and matted hair, ate healthy food, and received pain maintenance to help with her arthritis. Most importantly, Lizzy was showered with love and companionship (both human and animal), probably for the first time

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