Adopting a dog is truly gaining a new loving family member – in your heart and your home. This requires dedication, responsibility and commitment.
If you’re thinking of adopting a new companion animal but tend to be on the go, you may want to think about a cat instead of a dog.
When deciding on a name for your dog or cat, pick one that means something special to you so you can start to create a special positive bond right away.
Jermaine and Jeffrey, two pit-bull-Laborador-mix littermates, have a special bond.
Many Pit Bulls have made headlines this year as rescuers and heroes who have protected their families from impending danger. A local shelter is honoring the breed on Pit Bull Day.
Many times people tend to overlook senior animals. Unfortunately they tend to focus on age instead of seeing all the benefits that a senior pet has to offer.
When you’re ready to add another canine member to your family, first think about stopping by your local animal shelter for a visit.
Choosing to adopt a dog or cat with disabilities is an important decision. It’s important for the welfare of the animal that your emotions do not override common sense.
The Department of Defense’s Seven Seals Awards was recently given to Trish Gohl of Northeast Philadelphia for her passionate support for war-torn pups.
This weekend, the Pennsylvania SPCA is holding a “Fee-Waived Heat Wave Weekend” adoption promotion.
Kitten season refers to breeding season, between early spring and late fall, when animal shelters across the country are flooded with homeless cats and newborn kittens that end up being euthanized.
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.
One local business has found a unique way to promote pet adoption and raise awareness for homeless pets.
A group of runners are doing their part in getting shelter dogs adopted.
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.