The Dog House ProjectThe dogs who belong to families on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation reserve are often kept outdoors, without proper protection from the elements. The Dog House Project will see the building of insulated dog houses that will be given to First Nation families in order to help keep animals warm and dry through the more extreme seasons. Please join us in making a difference right in our own backyard...
BLOG INTERN For this position, you should be passionate about animals and ready to get creative with a blog plan for the months of October, November and December. You will work closely with our Development Coordinator in finalizing the plan, and making it happen. It’s all you! What you need: A love for writing, and a love for pet adoption/pet ownership The ability to plan out a successful blog for 3 months; what will be posted, in what order, one … read more
My family was in a difficult position when we started to look for a new pet. I was living at home with my parents and they did not want to take on another dog after our last one passed away. However, I had a kitty who I had hand raised as a young child and she was 16 years old with cancer; I knew I wanted a new family member to help with the transition from being her fur-mother to … read more
Laura Sandavol, who runs Animal Advocates in Southern California and periodically crosses the border into Tijuana, Mexico – an extremely poverty-ridden town – and sometimes ventures to a private homes of a hoarders. Hoarders believe they are helping dogs by taking them in, but the truth is that hoarding is a personality disorder and results in the severe negligence of the animals. Dogs taken in by hoarders are often tied up, not fed, and water is not made readily available … read more