We’ve supported local pet nonprofits from day one.
We’ve donated over $1.1M in free medical services to 13 Central Texas animal nonprofits.
Our partners promote animal compassion and prevent homelessness. They train support dogs for children, seniors, and veterans. They offer low-cost healthcare. Overall, they love and protect dogs and cats as much as we do.
The free medical care we offer helps them prepares their pets for adoption and a good life with forever families.
As we grow, our giving will grow as well!
We also give back in two other ways:
- K-12 education and “vet for a day” hospital visits ignite STEM passion.
- Supporting your events! We love to meet the people and pets of Central Texas at neighborhood fundraisers.
2022 Buda Lions Wiener Dog Races
We were back in person this year and the excitement was palpable! Firehouse judged races to help raise funds for local kids.
2022 Austin Pets Alive! Paddle for Puppies
The Firehouse team gathered to support the Austin Pets Alive! Puppy Parvo program with a pet-friendly event on Lady Bird Lake.
10th Annual Austin Humane Society Pup Crawl
Texas Humane Heroes 2021 Chili Cook-off
2021 Pulling for Pets
2021 Dachshund Derby
2021 WILCO Fur Ball
2021 Girl Scout Visit To Firehouse Westlake
2020 Austin Humane Society Pet Food Pantry Event
2017 Hurricane Harvey Pet Relief Efforts
Annual Civic Events
Our teams have voted to support 3 large civic events: The Buda Lions Club Wiener Dog Races, Austin PRIDE, and APA!’s “Paddle for Puppies.”
Dr Opyt at Kyle shares more about our nonprofit partnerships with CBS “We Are Austin” host in this video.
The Austin PRIDE Festival celebrates Austin’s diversity. Firehouse hosts an “ask the vet” booth and serves as a hydration station for thirsty pups.
The annual Lions Club Buda Wiener Dog Races raise money for student scholarships each April. The Firehouse team serves as race judges, contestant authority, and event veterinarian.
The annual “Paddle for Puppies” event on Lady Bird Lake benefits the Parvo Program at Austin Pets Alive! Firehouse serves as event lifeguards and hosts an “ask the vet” booth.