New 2016 Calendar Sponsorship Levels

New 2016 Calendar Sponsorship Levels

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The 2016 calendars will be here soon and we are offering a new level of sponsorship this year. We have a page sponsorship and a photo sponsorship.

The page sponsorship includes 2 full text lines and a logo. A photo sponsorship includes a photo of your rescue animal along with their name.

A page sponsorship is $250 and a photo sponsorship is $50

To purchase a page sponsorship, please click here

To purchase a photo sponsorship, please click the buy now button below – you can purchase up to 5 photos. 

Once you have purchased your photos, please send a high res photo of your rescue pet to


Kroger Community Rewards to Help APRA!

It’s time to renew your Kroger Community Rewards to help the animals at Atlanta Pet Rescue! Just follow these easy steps!

  • Register/Sign in online at with your existing Kroger card or alternate id(phone number) If you are a new online customer, click on SIGN UP TODAY in the ‘New Customer?’ box. You will then get a message for an activation e-mail
  • Once logged in, click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number Enter our NPO number (65466) or put Atlanta Pet Rescue into the search box.
  • Just verify you chose Atlanta Pet Rescue and then you are ALL DONE! You will now be earning money for APRA every time you shop at Kroger!
  • We appreciate you!

APRA Partners With The Atlanta Dream


— Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler honored with APRA’s Mercy Award —


The WNBA Atlanta Dream announced today that it has finalized a partnership with Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption (APRA). APRA is a non-profit, no-kill shelter dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs and cats so they can be adopted into safe and loving homes.


On April 18, Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler was honored at APRA’s Second Annual Rescues on the Runway event with the organization’s Mercy Award. The award is named after Mercy – APRA’s first pitbull who was rescued from animal control in 2013. She was inflicted with Babesia and succumbed to her disease after multiple treatments and blood transfusions. The Mercy Memorial fund was developed not only to honor Mercy’s life, but to help future special needs animals, with 100 percent of all money raised designated to help animals with special medical needs.


“We are proud and honored to partner with APRA,” said Dream President and General Manager Angela Taylor. “We fully support APRA’s goal of rescuing pets from homelessness or unhealthy environments, and recognize the impact these pets, when cared for properly, can have on our community. Our co-owner, Kelly Loeffler, has long been a supporter of this worthy cause, and we have several players, staff members, and fans who are pet owners who also understand and support the benefits of pet adoption.


“The staggering fact is that 90,000 unwanted animals are euthanized each year in Metro Atlanta alone, so our partnership with the Atlanta Dream will give us a collective voice that will help draw attention to this problem,” said Mica Hill, Executive Director at Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption. “It was an honor to present Kelly Loeffler with the 2015 Mercy Award – a tribute to an advocate for our special needs animals – and to officially announce our partnership at our Rescues on the Runway event. The entire management team and players have truly embraced the collaboration and together we are ambitious we will bring more attention to the importance of adopting a rescue animal and truly saving lives while having some fun showcasing these adorable adoptable dogs and cats.”


As part of the partnership, the Dream will host a “Pet Palooza” pre-game rescue event prior to the Dream’s Sept. 6 game against the Washington Mystics that will feature collection bins while promoting shelter volunteering. The Dream will also support and participate in other APRA events, including a community service project during WNBA Cares Week.


A social media component of the partnership will feature Hill answering pet health questions from Dream fans or providing his own pet health tips. The Dream will also have exclusive ticket offers, with portions of the proceeds benefitting APRA. In addition, all APRA volunteers will receive game admission vouchers donated by Loeffler, and all applicants in APRA’s “Our Pets, Your Dream” pet adoption program will receive two vouchers.


The three-time Eastern Conference Champion Atlanta Dream opens its eighth season in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) on June 5 at New York, with the home opener slated for Sunday, June 7 at 3 p.m. ET vs. the Connecticut Sun. The Dream, which plays its home games at Philips Arena, has qualified for the playoffs in each of the past six seasons, winning conference titles in 2013, 2011 and 2010. Season tickets and single-game tickets for the 2015 season can be purchased by calling (877) 977-7729 or visiting



APRA benefits from the 2015 Doggies on the Catwalk! Purchase tickets here!


Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption is thrilled to be a part of  the 8th Annual Doggies on the Catwalk event held at Buckhead Atlanta on Saturday June 13, 2015!

The event includes high fashion, celebrity models  but the real stars of the evening are the doggies for adoption, carried and strutted down the catwalk, all together for one fab-fun evening at the city’s trendsetting Buckhead Atlanta. Monica Pearson returns to emcee.

Doggies on the Catwalk will take place in the courtyard of Buckhead Atlanta. Ticket price includes cocktails, appetizers, a silent auction and the fashion show. The event begins at 7PM. Please no dogs, per Buckhead Atlanta property, except those in the show! Cocktail attire.

Tickets can be purchased below and benefit the animals of Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption!

Saturday, June 13, 2015
Buckhead Atlanta
3035 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia
7 pm


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Pints for Pups 2015!



Come out to Meehan’s Sandy Springs on Sunday May 31st for Pints for Pups! Bring your pooch out for a day of fun, music, great food, beer and a silent auction! Your entrance fee gets you a pint glass, one beer and access to the event. Your furry friends must be up to date on shots, and on leash – we will handle the rest! Tickets are $12 and include a pint glass, one beer and entrance to the event!

Purchase your tickets HERE!


Support Our Critical Care Cases

Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption is currently overloaded with medical special needs cases and we are only able to make sure these precious animals get the care they deserve with your support! Each of these dogs are all being treated by veterinary specialists, and we are racing through our Mercy Memorial Fund trying to give these animals the second chance they deserve.

Here’s a little bit about each current special case at the adoption center:


Murdoch just endured his second surgery for a diaphragmatic hernia on top of a nasal wedge surgery to help him breathe easier after recovering from a very bad case of pneumonia. He currently is still under observation, but will hopefully be back to his spunky self soon!




Ruth Anne has been at APRA for quite some time. The good news is that she has a pending adoption with a great family, but we have committed to fixing her cherry eye for a third time before she goes home. She is having her surgery done by a local veterinary ophthalmologist this week!






Al is an adorable scruffy guy on the outside, but basically a big mess on the inside. On top of being heartworm positive, he also has a grade 4 out of 6 heart murmur and elevated liver enzymes. He has an upcoming appointment with a veterinary cardiac specialist to find out a bit more about his condition.





Sofie came to APRA with a broken radius and ulna, and they are not healing properly. She is scheduled to visit a veterinary Orthopedist to see if she might qualify for a specialty surgery to place plates in her leg so she can start the healing process and find her forever home.







Coco is an adorable 4 year old Yorkie blend, but has an abnormal health issue going on for such a young dog. She has mature cataracts in her left eye, and has to take a trip to the veterinary ophthalmologist for a surgery consultation.



Herbert came to APRA with an injury to his leg  and after X-rays, we found out that he has a fractured pelvis with nerve damage. We will be visiting the veterinary orthopedist soon to determine the next steps for this sweet little boy!


We are honored to take care of these precious pets so they can live without pain or discomfort for the rest of their lives.
Please take a moment to make a tax deductible donation to our restricted critical care fund, The Mercy Memorial Fund to help support one or more of our special needs cases!
You can make a donation HERE and be sure to read each of their bio’s on the website to keep up with their progress!