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As the length of stays for animals in our shelters increase, maintaining their psychological well-being is as important as their physical health. Read on to discover how you can keep everyone happy and stimulated while they wait for their new homes.

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  • Raise the Roof

    Although not always able to move pets into ideal conditions, a central Virginia group makes a tangible difference in the lives of outdoor dogs by providing quality dog houses, lightweight tethers, and suitable food and water bowls.

  • Junk in the Trunk

    Read about the weight loss journeys of obese kitties Otto and Walter, and find out how to help the chubby felines who waddle into your shelter shed excess pounds.

  • A Trip to Hamsterdam

    Here are some tips for housing hamsters and keeping them happy and healthy while in your care. The information provided can serve as a great resource for your adopters, too!

  • The Beakly Standard

    This rundown of bird care basics offers valuable information to shelters who find themselves caring for feathered friends in need of a loving home.

  • Keeping Them Hoppy

    Determined to give shelter rabbits their fair share of attention, volunteer Carlin Abbitt started using a harness to take bunnies outside for a change of scenery and some exercise.

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