Sometimes good, loving pet owners must face the difficult choice to re-home a dog or a cat.
Since pitbull-type dogs are unfairly targeted at times, I wanted to put together a list of ways all dog lovers can help pitbulls, regardless of what type of dogs they own.
My interview with a dog breeder who is also a rescue volunteer. We can all learn from her experience with “both sides” of the dog world. Perhaps it doesn’t always have to be dog breeders vs. rescues.
Excellent work by the SPCA. Talk about making the shelter a fun, uplifting, non-depressing place to visit!
After spending months in a New York shelter, a senior pitbull has been adopted by three nuns.
It’s easy for a shelter to save every adoptable animal if it has very low standards for what it considers “adoptable.”
You know what happens when shelters don’t kill healthy animals? They get community support!
No kill is not about housing dogs in kennels for months or years. It is about getting animals out the door and into homes.