How the young and the restless can bring their energy to your shelter
Does your shelter need an energy boost? By recruiting young people, you can acquire a volunteer force that’s brimming with energy and enthusiastic about helping animals.
Humane educators spread messages about the importance of kindness to animals and the connection between all living things—messages that can increase your organization’s visibility while sowing the seeds for a more humane world.
A matter of life and breath
Maine ACO leads the charge for pet oxygen masks
Ambassador of adorable
Pit bull mix survives ordeal to become humane education superstar
Building a wall
“Wall of Love” raises big bucks for the Asheville Humane Society
Doing a world of good
A new name reflects an annual spay/neuter initiative’s scope
Her casa is their casa
Kennel enrichment program makes Indiana shelter dogs happier, more adoptable
Keeping them hoppy
Taking rabbits for a walk
Beyond the Shelter
Keeping your pet warm doesn't have to mean putting him in embarassing sweaters. Download this Mouthpiece to give your community practical tips on keeping their pets safe and warm during cold weather.