The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society cut the ribbon on their new facility in Northeast Philadelphia today, and did so in grand fashion as dozens turned out to see the beautiful mural painted on the building’s exterior walls.
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The end of the year brings with it numerous reasons for celebration and generosity. Here are the top local organizations to donate your money or time to this upcoming holiday season.
“Our most urgent need is for fosters and adopters for medium-to-large dogs who can benefit from basic obedience and manners training,” PAWS wrote on its Facebook page on Wednesday.
The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society or PAWS recently rescued it’s 10,000th animal and a new campaign has been launched to save 10,000 more.
On Tuesday, September 10th, the stadium will hold its inaugural “Phillies Bark in the Park,” a night for Phillies-loving dog owners and their pups.
A local nonprofit is asking volunteers to lace up their sneakers and run for shelter animals.
Some people think the gift of love in the form of a cat, dog, or bunny is a great idea for the holidays — but animal advocates say it’s not that simple.
For more information on the 8th Annual Chef’s Dinner for PAWS, simply click this link. Potato Salad 4 ounces fingerling potatoes 1 gallon water 1 tablespoon cumin 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons […]
Friday is National Take Your Dog to Work Day. There is an effort in Northern Liberties where a bank is going the extra mile and raising money for an animal welfare group.
Coming up: a Latin vegetarian night at Cuba Libre, a clambake at JG Domestic, and the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival!
A group of runners are doing their part in getting shelter dogs adopted.
Philadelphia’s largest rescue organization and only no-kill shelter, held its 5th Annual Mutt Strut in South Philadelphia Sunday morning.
In 2009, September 11th was declared “National Day of Service and Remembrance” as a way to encourage Americans to volunteer for a good cause.
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.