Shelter & Rescue Work : Help for Individuals

Foster home situations help homeless dogs and cats by, among other things, decreasing their stress and limiting their exposure to infectious diseases, which can occur when ...Read More
Members of the military may or may not be able to take their pets with them on overseas deployment....Read More
One of the most common reasons that people give up a pet is because they are moving, and they decide they cannot take the animal....Read More
No-kill animal shelters are playing a leading role in ending animal homelessness in the U.S....Read More
If you face the possibility of having to give up your pet due to economic hardship, please check out these pet assistance resources:...Read More
This pet food drive action kit explains how communities can gather food for pets to help families in need keep the pets they love....Read More
What’s a pet foster parent? By being a pet foster parent, you provide a temporary home for an animal prior to adoption....Read More
Many volunteer pet transport services utilize "multi-leg transports," which means that several volunteers each drive one or more "legs." Such transport arrangements can be ...Read More
Anyone who rents knows how difficult it can be to find a decent place to live. Looking for just the right rental, in the right location, at the right price is hard....Read More
This toolkit offers information on how to rehabilitate an under-socialized dog from a puppy mill or hoarding situation, with information about working with dogs using gentl...Read More