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Here’s some first-hand information from me, a former shelter worker, about what it’s like to work at an animal shelter — both the good and the bad.
No-kill shelters may not euthanize animals, but refusing to accept pets can still lead to their deaths.
Selecting a great dog walker is important for both you and your pet. Here are some tips to help with that decision.
Does the idea of a Rainbow Bridge for deceased pets comfort you? Two writers offer arguments for and against it. And we want to hear your thoughts, too.
Number 1 on my list? “Owner.”
You have the best intentions. You want to help in any way you can. But before you drop off a bunch of supplies, please do this one thing first.
A community dog group could be the perfect way to socialize your pet and help you find support from like-minded people.
Shelter policies are put in place to protect the animals, but sometimes they may hurt homeless pets more than they help them.
Caitlyn, the dog whose muzzle was taped shut, became an Internet sensation. Is that why there now seems to be a slew of copycat animal abusers?
Not all abuse leaves physical scars. Here are 5 ways to recognize emotional abuse in dogs.
Greeting a new dog should be mutually enjoyable, but not all dogs want you to pet them. Use these tips to make sure you don’t touch the wrong dog.
Rehoming your pet with an online ad may seem harmless enough, but is it the safest route?
If you’re constantly frustrated after trying to walk more than one dog at a time, you’ll appreciate this practical advice.
Shelter pets are scrutinized for the “defects” that landed them there. In reality, most of the animals are homeless through no fault of their own.