Davidson County Animal Alliance (DCAA) is a 501(c)3 organization that relies solely on donations to provide assistance to animals in need. We are a completely volunteer organization with no employees. 97% of all donations go directly to benefit animals in need with medical care, emergency services, food, and pet housing. Without monetary donations and community support, we simply could not help the animals that need us the most. DCAA has a close working relationship with our local public animal shelter. Animals often come in to the shelter that are sick or injured, or have been abused or neglected by their owners. The shelter would have no choice but to humanely euthanize these animals unless rescues like DCAA step in to help provide the medical care that they need. We also provide assistance with medical emergencies, vaccinations, spay/neuter, pet food and pet housing. We're proud to partner with our county's Meals on Wheels program to provide pet food for pets of senior citizens.
Current Medical Cases
Raya is a 12 week old puppy who was found abandoned in a house. She was left to fend for herself for weeks - eating whatever she could find to sustain herself. When she was found, Raya's body temp was too low to even register on a thermometer. After hours of receiving warm fluids and staying on a heating pad, her temp finally started to slowly climb. Raya was clearly malnourished, loaded with parasites, and most likely would have been dead by the next morning if she had not been found. She is now in a foster home getting all the love and attention that a puppy deserves. Criminal charges are pending in this case.
To donate towards Ray's medical care, please visit our "donations" tab.
DCAA is proud to be a Bissell Pet Foundation Partner
The mission of the Bissell Pet Foundation is to help reduce the number of animals in shelters and rescues, and to find a loving home for every pet. BPF promotes adoption, spay/neuter, and microchipping.