A photo of Diggy and his new owner went viral after he was adopted, but a few days later police demanded that Diggy leave town due to a Pit Bull breed ban. Diggy isn’t even a Pit Bull.
Staff workers are hoping this story gets shared and that it deters unwanted pet owners from abandoning their animals in the streets.
Romania President Traian Basescu has unveiled draconian measures to deal with his country’s stray dog problem — namely, exterminating approximately 200,000 canines.
Just over a month after the financially-troubled city of Detroit, Mich., filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, news of another crisis has animal lovers wondering what can be done.Once the home of American automobile innovation, manufacturing, and the birthplace of Motown music, Detroit is now home to packs of abandoned dogs, four-legged […]
Pet Sitters International’s “Take Your Dog To Work Day” is about enjoying Fido’s company at the office, having fun and boosting employee morale. But it is also about promoting the unique bond between dogs and their human companions, encouraging employees companywide to support local animal welfare organizations, volunteer at animal shelters, and adopt homeless pets […]