by Myles Chadwick and Marianne Lynch Over the years, we’ve dedicated quite a bit of our time and energy into fine-tuning a system that enables our clinics to increase the volume of surgeries they can do and clients they can see, while always keeping the safety of the patient as the number one concern above […]
We urgently need your help. Emancipet, and Texas non-profits providing access to veterinary care, are directly under attack right now. A bill recently introduced in the Texas House of Representatives threatens our programs, services, and the communities we serve, and a hearing on the bill has been scheduled for Monday, April 1st. I’m asking for your […]
We recently wrapped up our third Spayathon for Puerto Rico and are ecstatic about the success we had while helping the people and pets of Puerto Rico. Check out how each day unfolded while we were there and how many cats/dogs we were able to spay/neuter during our time!
Don’t worry though – change is good and we’re genuinely pumped about this one! Over the last several years, under the thoughtful leadership of Myles Chadwick, Emancipet New School has become a powerhouse of high-quality training for animal welfare professionals, veterinarians, volunteers, and board members alike. Now, as Myles shifts to a new role focused […]
We are completely booked for Free Heartworm treatment in Houston. If you would like to schedule low cost heartworm treatment, please call 713-321-2713.
A LETTER FROM EMANCIPET’S CEO, AMY MILLS Dear Friends, Emancipet has a low-cost pet health clinic in Houston, located on Wayside Drive, where we employ thirteen incredibly compassionate, dedicated veterinary professionals. First, I am relieved and grateful to let you know that all of our staff are safe and accounted for, and our clinic has […]
by Myles Chadwick This is a follow up to Gretchen Nelson’s article on Personal Inventory Worksheets – check it out! Have you ever been called into an unexpected meeting with your boss that turned out to be a reprimand? Does your stomach sink just thinking about it? What about being on the other side of […]
Summer is here and we can’t think of a better way for you to greet the heat than by visiting us in Austin, TX! It’s going to be hot and Austin is built for summertime fun: you can take a dip in Barton Springs, catch an outdoor movie by Alamo Drafthouse, check out the largest […]
Making the decision to offer new veterinary services at your clinic can be exciting or daunting – or both! On one hand, it brings you a step closer to the main reason most of are in this line of work to begin with: keeping more pets healthy, happy, and in homes with their families. But […]
by Myles Chadwick Knowing that you are serving the “right people” and that you are making a real impact on the number of homeless pets in your community can be a tough task to manage. For years, Emancipet offered low cost and free spay/neuter in low income neighborhoods and thought we were doing everything that […]
We’re just gonna say it. There is nothing cuter than a kitten, and we love what we call springtime at Emancipet: “kitten season.” In all seven of our low-cost pet health clinics, our lobbies and exam rooms are full of kittens bouncing around, knocking things off exam tables, and generally being adorable troublemakers. Most importantly, […]
Back by pawpular demand! ThunderCloud Subs and Emancipet are teaming up for the second annual #ThunderPets campaign. When you make a $5 donation to Emancipet at any ThunderCloud Cloud store April 17-30, you’ll get a #ThunderPets bandana for your dog or cat to wear around town. The bandanas are available in small or large, and […]
The 2017 AU40 Awards were revealed on April 1st at the JW Marriott in downtown Austin. Austin’s young big shots gathered for the annual black-tie ceremony celebrating the emerging stars of our community. And we are thrilled to share that our very own Amy Mills won for the Community Service and Non-Profit category. Check out some of […]
We all know fundraising is an integral part of any nonprofit organization, but all too often we feel that we don’t have the time or the energy to dedicate to it that we wish we could. But who can blame us? Cultivating (and maintaining) relationships with donors, developing fundraising strategies, and then finding ways to […]
by Jill Beckwith, Chief Philanthropy Officer When I’m talking with fundraisers from other animal care non-profits, there is one thing I say that almost always elicits a reaction: One of our major sources of donations is our clients. Emancipet clinics, after all, are focused on providing affordable veterinary care to families in underserved neighborhoods. Families […]