Learn about the variety of safe over-the-counter, prescription and holistic medicines that provide pain relief for dogs.
Trap-neuter-release programs at shelters and rescues across the country save cats’ lives by reducing feral populations. Here’s everything you should know about TNR.
Need a little puppy love in your life? You don’t have to adopt or long-term foster a dog to get those sweet, furry snuggles. Here’s how you can plan a dog’s day out with a shelter pup.
When the temperature drops, feral cats may need your help to survive. Consider these tips for caring for outdoor cats in winter.
We’re deeply committed to helping shelters and rescues find forever homes for every pet. You can help by donating items from their wish lists.
Learn the important distinction between stray cats and feral cats, and how you can make a difference in their lives.
There are so many creative ways to put your time, talents and skills to supporting pets in need. Here are 25 of our favorite ways you can help pets.
Meet animal photographers Adam and Mary Goldberg, who spend their weekends snapping portraits at the Humane Society Tampa Bay to help pets find forever homes.
Looking for a holiday present for the pet lovers in your life? Consider these greeting cards and gifts that give back to pet shelters and rescues.
Looking for an easy way to make a difference this Giving Tuesday? When you shop on Dec. 1, Chewy will match your purchase amount in donated supplies to animal welfare organizations.
Having trouble affording food for your pet? Here's everything to know about pet pantries, including how to find one near you.
Shelters and rescues need extra help during the summer. Here’s how to help animal shelters through the warmer months.
From donations to social media, we’ve rounded up 10 ways to help animal shelters and rescues this #GivingTuesdayNow.
If your feline friend is not getting enough water each day, she quickly can become a dehydrated cat. Especially now with warm weather settling in, you need to make sure her water is fresh and kept out of the sun and away from the heat. If fresh, cool water still doesn’t entice her, you might need to be more proactive to get your cat drinking water. Here’s how you easily can tell if your cat is properly hydrated—and steps you can take if you suspect she’s not.