Press Room

Please direct media inquiries to our PR firm Brenda Thompson communications.

(512) 461-5644

Links to Recent Media Coverage

HSUS, Emancipet partner and stay the course for pets and families in Houston

Ahora Si: 

KXAN:  Emancipet Offers Low-Cost Heartworm Treatment Interview with CEO, Amy Mills


Grand Opening Coverage: WPVI-TV (ABC)  CBS Philly  NBC 10   BusinessWire  Philly Pet Pages

Central Texas:

Emancipet CEO, Amy Mills wins 2017 Austin Under 40 Award: Austin Business Journal Austin 360 CultureMap Austin Austin Monthly

Press Release: Animal Trustees of Austin now part of Emancipet

Sit Stay Day Coverage: Austin American Statesman   Live Mom blog    Austin Chronicle

Press Release: Emancipet, Animal Trustees of Austin explore merger

Rockdale Reporter Community Support Keeps Emancipet Here

Dogster Magazine A Vodka Distillery and a Spay/Neuter Group Team Up to Help Homeless Dogs in Austin

Austin Business Journal 70 young professionals in Austin to know: The 2015 AU40 finalists

Austin Chronicle Foodie Kits Available Right Meow: It’s time for Emancipet’s 5th Annual Sit Stay Day

Austin Monthly The Right to Live


Giving City Austin: Emancipet offering FREE vet care for Houston pets in the wake of Hurricane Harvey

News Release: Emancipet expands to Houston

Houston Press Best of 2015 – Emancipet Selected as Best Spay/Neuter Clinic

Houston Public Media City Of Houston Contracts With Nonprofit To Reduce Stray Animal Population

City of Houston Newsroom City Council Approves Major Initiative to Decrease Animal Overpopulation

Houston Chronicle Nonprofit enlisted to help Houston’s staggering stray population

Houston Business Journal Spay/neuter nonprofit plans big Houston expansion, hiring

Houston Press Woo-Hoo! Houston Getting Another Low-Cost Spay-Neuter Clinic

KPRC Houston City Council approves major initiative to decrease animal overpopulation

La Voz de Houston Houston aporta otro recurso para combatir a los perros callejeros

KHOU Houston invests $260K in spay/neuter clinic

Houston Chronicle Council grapples with new program for neighborhood fixes