At this Colorado horse ranch, equine therapy helps young people, LGBTQ+ individuals and other groups overcome mental health issues.
Meet Ariel Parrow, aka the Chaotic Aquatic, the artist behind the giant new street art mural in Seattle depicting the pets of Chewy customers.
SNAP Cats Rescue and Sanctuary finds homes for cats with disabilities. Founder Darryl Roberts provides the best lives for these overlooked pets.
When Marine Corps veteran Paul Coppola struggled with PTSD after returning from Afghanistan, his service dog, Dobby, helped him overcome his anxiety.
Led by Maria Ducasse, East New York Dog Lovers offers dog fostering, financial assistance and more to pet parents in need.
For elite dog trainer Chrissy Joy, training is all about the bond between pets and people. Learn her top dog training tips.
Once you bring a rabbit (or two) home, along with all of the necessary bunny supplies to house your new indoor rabbit, the next step is to name your new pet. If you got your rabbit from a shelter or rescue, it’s likely he has a name, but it’s your choice whether or not to rename your pet.
At 12 years old, Greenhill Humane Society volunteer Emma Phipps is the published author of two books asking readers to help their local animal shelters.
He may not look like the average person’s idea of a cat person, but former rapper Sterling Davis is upending stereotypes with his trap-neuter-return organization, TrapKing Humane Cat Solutions.
When Debra Jo Chiapuzio learned that her local fire department didn’t carry pet oxygen masks, she made it her mission to provide masks and training to first responders across the U.S.
This month, we’re celebrating Sarah Warren of Grass Roots Rescue; Patty Montes of the Animal Foundation; and Janet Bennett of Teller County Regional Animal Shelter.
How does Harlem Doggie Day Spa owner Brian Taylor bring joy to pets and people? By hitting the road to provide free grooming services for dogs and their parents across the country.