The International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) established International Homeless Animals Day in 1992, and it falls on the third Saturday in August ever year. The event raises awareness about the overpopulation of dogs and cats that contributes to these animals becoming homeless around the world.
House with a Heart is a pet sanctuary where senior dogs can live out their final years in comfort, getting all of the love, attention and medical care they need to make whatever time they have left a happy experience.
There are extreme circumstances in which the weight of the animal exceeds their ability to negotiate normal, physical activity, but the question is, when do we ask the government to step in, and, more importantly, should we?
It’s up to each of us to look out for pets when their owners use poor judgment that puts them in harm’s way, and to continue urging our lawmakers to follow the lead.
You’ve got to see this wonderful Father’s Day rescue video. When they arrived to help a family of puppies living in a steel mill yard, papa dog surprised them all!
Fospice provides end-of-life comfort, love and care for homeless, terminally ill, and elderly dogs. It’s based on the human hospice model of compassion.
Sick and starving doggies and kitties come in, and have their lives forever changed.
Dogs, cats and other animals are now considered “non-human”; residents and are now protected under the same laws as other residents of the town. We love this!
Annie the pregnant Pit Bull found herself in a high kill shelter when she was saved by a rescue group. Soon after she gave birth, four orphaned Poodle pups came her way…
Dogs are being saved and human lives are being transformed through this amazing program that teams behaviorally challenged dogs with prison inmates in maximum security.
If you do not want or can no longer care for an animal please do not dump them like this, please take them to an animal shelter.
If you know ANYTHING please come forward and contact the Searcy County Sheriff’s Department at (870) 448-2340.
When the strays were located, Officer Christina Sutherin was surprised and moved by what she saw.
It is not known if the canine was used as a bait or just the victim of a vicious random attack, all that is known is that his head was severely beaten with what they believe…
Under a bill that passed the California state Assembly, more dogs and cats used for medical research could avoid euthanasia and be adopted. The bill now…
The canine had suffered abuse at the hands of his owner and had a fractured snout, skull and trauma to his face. He also had chemical burns and as a result…
Employees and motorists who had stopped for gas and food fed him junk food and leftover scraps. The cafe food was too rich for him, and he rapidly began to gain weight.
Two women saw a truck driving erratically and were horrified when they realized that a dog was being dragged behind the vehicle. Luckily this man was prosecuted.
Phoenix upheld a 2013 ordinance stating that all dogs and cats sold from local pet stores must be rescue animals. It is hoped that the decision will help…
In about thirty minutes they located her little hiding place, which was nothing more than a small area of dry concrete, under the bridge. She was so hungry, they offered her…
They are trying to find out which of their neighbors did this to their beloved family pet. Sadly, odds are that the abuser is someone who lives in their building.