For the past 16 years, Animal Friends’ annual New Year’s Eve Rescue has been a Pittsburgh tradition. This video shows the process through the eyes of a 10 week old boxer mix named Zamboni - from her admission to her final adoption!
Because of the added stress and frequent travel that the holidays can bring, the American Kennel Club (AKC) offers safety tips for dog owners and also reminds those considering adding a dog to their home this holiday season that puppies are not stocking stuffers.
From now through December 31, for every new "like" of the Comfort Zone Products Facebook page, the company will donate $1 (up to $7,000) to the Petfinder Foundation to benefit member shelters and rescue groups that help homeless pets.
Bill Hennesey is involved with many pet advocacy groups and volunteers at his local animal shelter. While working at the shelter, he noticed that many of people adopting dogs had absolutely no idea about what was involved in owning a dog or the long-term costs of owning one.
Petiquette with Andrea Arden: Good Manners for Good Pets training blog has launched on the Pets for The Patriots website. The blog covers categories including: cat training, dog training, dog behavior, humane education, pet adoption, pet behavior problems, pet health and safety, and more.
Two fifth grade students, Lucy Miles and Alexandra Dompier, of Columbus, NJ have created an outreach program to help the injured and displaced pets affected by Hurricane Sandy, which smashed through the Jersey Shore at the end of October.
As part of its No Pet Store Puppies campaign, the ASPCA is releasing a new holiday video called "Puppies Are Not Toys," and encourages viewers to share the video with their social networks, thereby raising awareness about the connection between pet store puppies and puppy mills.
Promoting the conservation and protection of endangered species, the U.S. State Department has declared December 4 Wildlife Conservation Day and calls on individuals around the globe to join the fight by signing its Wildlife Pledge to help save imperiled wild animals.
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