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Three clients win prestigious Austin Under 40 Awards

We are thrilled to have three of our clients win their categories at the Austin Under 40 Awards on Saturday: Amy Mills of Emancipet, Mason Ayer of Kerbey Lane Cafe, and Larkin Tackett of IDEA Public Schools. To find out the other winners, read the Austin Business Journal’s article about the awards.  Read more

Opening of Emancipet’s first clinic outside of Texas celebrated in Philadelphia today

Emancipet now serving Philadelphia thanks to funding support from PetSmart Charities®

Nearly 100 local civic leaders, donors, pet owners, neighbors, and friends celebrated today the grand opening of Emancipet, the new, nonprofit, low-cost pet health clinic in Philadelphia. Attendees toured the welcoming new space at 575 Adams Avenue, enjoyed games and giveaways, and met some friendly pets on hand for photo booth fun. Read more

Three clients named finalists for Austin Under 40 Awards

Congratulations to clients Amy Mills of Emancipet, Mason Ayer of Kerbey Lane Cafe, Larkin Tackett of IDEA Public Schools, and all of the stellar 2017 Austin Under 40 Awards finalists. The winners will be announced April 1, 2017.  Read more

Low-cost vet care and spay/neuter services coming to northeast Philadelphia

Emancipet to open February 14  with funding support from PetSmart Charities®

Low-cost veterinary care is coming to northeast Philadelphia. Emancipet will open a low-cost pet health clinic on February 14 at 575 Adams Avenue. The new clinic will offer spay/neuter surgeries as well as vaccinations, microchips, monthly flea and heartworm prevention, puppy and kitten de-worming, and treatment for common conditions such as skin and ear infections. Read more

Ready, set, stay! Pet lovers and foodies support Emancipet by staying home, enjoying local treats

Emancipet’s Sit Stay Day is a popular Valentine’s Day-inspired fundraiser that lets pets and their humans stay in and enjoy homegrown Austin treats while raising money for pets in need, and it will return for its seventh year on Feb. 10. Read more

Houston Press reports: Major gift from Houston PetSet to help Emancipet open first brick-and-mortar clinic in Houston

A new $89,000 charitable gift from philanthropist Jan Duncan through Houston PetSet will help Emancipet, nonprofit provider of low-cost spay/neuter and other veterinary services, open its first brick-and-mortar nonprofit veterinary clinic in Houston’s East End. To read Craig Malisow’s excellent Houston Press story about the news, click hereRead more

Emancipet’s Amy Mills featured in the Austin American-Statesman

Amy Mills, CEO of Emancipet, is taking the mission of building humane communities nationwide. Read the Austin American-Statesman‘s terrific story by Michael Barnes with photos by Ralph Barrera: http://atxne.ws/293R7PyRead more

Emancipet raises $317,000 at 17th anniversary luncheon

Emancipet raised a record-breaking $317,000 at its 17th anniversary luncheon at the Four Seasons Hotel. (Last year, the luncheon raised $262,000.) More than 500 supporters, community leaders, volunteers, and philanthropists helped Emancipet celebrate 17 years of serving pets and their people. Read more

Animal Trustees of Austin now part of Emancipet

Emancipet to fully incorporate ATA’s staff, facility, and programs

Animal Trustees of Austin is now officially part of Emancipet, and the merged organization will be even greater than the sum of its parts, serving more Austin-area people and pets with safe, affordable, and compassionate veterinary services. Read more

Emancipet Houston hires new leader; Six-month-old nonprofit seeking first brick and mortar location

Emancipet Houston, the nonprofit, low-cost veterinary services provider which opened last June, has hired a vice president to lead the expanding organization, which is also in the process of seeking its first brick-and-mortar location.

Kelly McCann comes to Emancipet from the Alzheimer’s Association, where she was chief program officer for four years. Previously, she worked in government relations for Gilead Sciences, and as chief executive officer of the AIDS Foundation of Houston. McCann has a bachelor’s of science in psychology from Sam Houston State University and has done graduate work in psychology at Texas A&M and Sam Houston universities. Read more