It’s been a rough life so far for a young pit bull mix.
Be compassionate and responsible this holiday and steer clear of giving live animals such as rabbits, bunnies or chicks as gifts.
The PSPCA – along with ACCT Philly, Morris Animal Refuge, PAWS, Operation Ava and the Women’s Humane Society – is hosting a three-day “Mega Match-a-Thon.”
If you’re looking for a special gift for someone on your list this year, here are several simple but sincere options for animal lovers.
Give a gift of compassion by honoring Mother’s Day with special purchases that also benefit animals in need.
On Sunday, Feb. 10th, Camp Bow Wow locations across the nation, including in Cherry Hill, will play matchmaker for humans looking to add a new pup to their household.
A central Pennsylvania event to raise awareness of animal rescue organizations has turned tragic.
Spaying and neutering can possibly reduce the risk of certain health problems, the benefits of which can offer you many more cherished years with your dog or cat.
If you’re looking to adopt a canine companion in the near future, or if you’re looking to add another canine member to your family, consider adopting and rescuing an ex-racing Greyhound.
Many animal shelters notice that dogs and cats possessing tan or light colored coats appear to be adopted quicker than the darker pets. This is known as Black Cat and Dog Syndrome.
Petfinder.com will launch its third annual “Foster A Lonely Pet For the Holidays” Program along with hundreds of shelters and rescue groups across the country from Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day.
Later this week, animal lovers are invited to a restaurant on the Main Line for an event to benefit shelter dogs.
Before you bring home a new puppy, kitten, dog or cat, make sure you and your home are prepared in every way.
With dogged determination, animal rights advocates watched on Thursday as a Philadelphia City Council committee approved a measure that puts some bite into the city’s dog control laws.