Latest Pet adoption Stories

2013-11-25 23:00:51

The holiday season can be a very busy time when people hustle around to entertain guests or go out of town to visit family and friends. Pet Kept Secrets has a few tips on how to find pet boarding kennels and professional care that can alleviate some of the stress that is put on pets during this time of year. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) November 25, 2013 The holiday season is here once again. The next few months are undoubtedly some of the busiest of the year. This time is crazy for people,...

2013-11-08 23:21:04

During Animal Aid USA's “Operation Special Delivery” Flyaway and Caravan,volunteers rescued 512 shelter dogs earmarked for euthanasia, making it the largest pet adoption rescue in Georgia state history. Today, just one month after the epic land and sky rescue mission, Animal Aid USA organizers find themselves asking the community for donations to help fund future animal rescue caravans. New York (PRWEB) November 08, 2013 Just one month after accomplishing the largest animal...

2013-10-02 23:28:50

Karen Bostick, creator and CEO of and PetsPage.com was excited to learn that the Canyon County, Idaho Animal Shelter won $25,000 from the 2013 $100,000 Rachael Ray Challenge by winning the "Community Engagement Award" for using social media to find homes for more pets. Bostick and PetsPage assisted the Shelter during the contest by promoting the shelter’s adoptable pets through PetsPage.com – a social pet community and her extensive social media network. Boise, Idaho (PRWEB)...

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