Volunteering is incredibly fulfilling for you and the animals who benefit from even just a little of your time. Here’s how to get started.
The Portland, Oregon, group pulls from high-kill shelters to save as many dogs from euthanasia as possible, regardless of age, breed, or background.
The Arkansas-based photographer puts dogs up in an eye-catching array of outfits — and thanks to her pics, adoption rates have increased at her local shelter.
Andrew Harmon works and volunteers at His Hands Extended Sanctuary. His efforts recently earned him $1,000 from P.L.A.Y. pet products.
With the news that Utah is making good on its goal of becoming entirely “no kill” by 2019, we offer some tips on how you can do the same where you live.
The photographer’s work captures the playful side of shelter dogs, which increases adoption rates! A new book collects her favorite photos.
The East Bay SPCA’s class teaches kids about humane animal treatment, then it pairs them with shelter dogs to train, improving their chances of adoption.
A fast-moving fire at New Jersey’s Montclair Township Animal Shelter nearly killed Oliver, but volunteer Heather Michel saved the scruffy pup — and then took him home forever.
Pets for Life and the Shelter Intervention Program help out with a variety of pet care costs to keep people from surrendering their dogs and cats for financial reasons.
Because of breed discrimination, being a therapy dog isn’t always easy for Blueberry, but she and her human are gaining acceptance one visit at a time.
Earth Rated has created the unofficial Cards Against Caninity. Enter to win a pack by nominating your favorite shelter to get a case of the company’s blankets.
When the no-kill shelter learned of the very pregnant dog’s plight, it gave her a warm place to birth her 12 puppies.
The smart, pretty dog has spent three years in a shelter, overcoming behavioral issues and the loss of her right eye. She now just needs a family of her own.