Every adoption isn’t a perfect match.
It’s a shame you don’t want your dog anymore, but sometimes it simply can’t be helped. Here are a few options for finding your pet a new home.
Cat lovers, especially those who do rescue, dread summertime. Learn what you can do to help during kitten season this year.
Teach them the value of social responsibility by allowing them to volunteer — or help shelters in a variety of ways. Here’s where to start.
Shelter dogs are absolutely worth the effort it takes to integrate them into your home. Here’s what you need to know before adopting a shelter dog.
Here’s what to expect when volunteering at an animal shelter — from the moment you apply to the day you pet your first puppy or kitten.
It’s no surprise that stressful shelter situations can damage a cat’s well-being.
Don’t lie when surrendering your pet; it could be a death sentence.
Your dog’s level of comfort while you’re away may depend on how much you’re willing to spend.
Many dogs are incorrectly labeled as the wrong breed. When there aren’t any labels, their chances of adoption go up.
This happens more than you’d think, and it’s the animals that pay the price. All shelters need to remember: We’re in it together.
Some things are out of their control, so give them a break.
From burnout to stolen animals, you might be surprised at what shelter workers have to deal with.
Even if the cute dog you’ve picked out has been in the animal shelter for only 1 day, you still might pay the full $200. Here’s the reason.
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.