Tag "rescue"

  • National Mutt Day!

    National Mutt Day

    Post by BlogPaws CEO, Yvonne DiVita What is a mutt? you might ask. Or, who cares about mutts? Or, mutts aren’t worth my time. But, today is National Mutt Day! and you should pay attention. I will say this first… I love all dogs. All of us… read more


  • #PetSafety Keeping Your Dog Entertained Indoors

    If it’s as hot in your part of the country as it is in Western New York you will welcome these indoor entertainment tips from Puppy Leaks on how to keep your dog entertained indoors. These tips are ideal when you know that your pet needs… read more

  • #PetSafety Tips For Cat And Dog Parents #Pet360

    As we continue to celebrate #PetSafety month here at BlogPaws we wanted to share these two bits of information on pet safety for both cats and dogs from Pet360. Even if you feel you’ve read these tips before, it is always good to have a reminder… read more

  • Cattitude Check At #BlogPaws Conference With PetSmart Charities

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess PetSmart Charities hosted a Cattitude Check at the #BlogPaws Conference that focused on how your content can save shelter pets. Heather Vanna, online communications and social media manager and Karilynn Galiotos, digital content and social media specialist explained to attendees how… read more

  • #FoodShelterLove Donation Given At #BlogPaws Conference

    silver rescue

    There are some individuals who toil behind the scenes to save animals. They see a pet in need, take it in and it snowballs from there. Thus was the case with Karina McDaniel, the owner of Silver Rescue in Nashville, Tennessee. “It all started,” Karina said,… read more

  • Dog Breeding Reform Sought

    Puppy mills and poor breeding conditions lead to health issues in both the puppies and in the mothers who are often times bred without thought for their health and well-being. A member of the BlogPaws Team, Felissa Elfenbein is a member of a group, National Alliance for… read more

  • BlogPaws Shares World Vets Response To Nepal Disaster

    When disaster strikes, those who love animals, jump into help in whatever way they can. Whether they donate money or time or offer to foster, pet lovers make certain the animals that are either lost or injured as a result of a disaster are cared for.… read more

  • Celebrate National Pet Day Today

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Today is National Pet Day. If you’re a pet lover, chances are every day in your home is National Pet Day, but today is a day set aside to raise awareness of pets in need of loving home, to raise… read more

  • Recognize Aggression In Your Dog #GetTough

    Blogger Amy Shojai wrote an insightful post that will allow pet owners to recognize signs of aggressive behavior in their dogs. You don’t need to be the pet parent of a 100 pound dog to worry about aggressive behavior. I was the pet parent to my… read more

  • Canine Companion Helps #Iraq Vet

    The healing power of the love of a pet shines through again when Star, a military veteran who suffers PTSD adopted a canine companion named Lucky to help her “cope with the wounds of war.” You certainly don’t have to be a veteran to understand the… read more