June 14, 2013 • Rescue
FIDO loves a party! The 3rd annual National Dog Party Day will be celebrated in 4 dog-loving metro cities, San Diego, CA, Orlando, FL, Austin, TX and Dewey Beach, DE on June 21st. The festivities will benefit 4 worthy pet charities and the goal is to expand and host celebrations – big and small – all across the country to benefit worthy pet adoption groups and celebrate the bond between...
June 07, 2013 • Rescue
FIDO's friends Stella & Chewy’s, a Milwaukee-based manufacturer of premium pet foods, are excited to announce its sponsorship of Adopt Muttwaukee, a family- and pet-friendly adoption event. It will be hosted by The Iron Horse Hotel, a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel located in the 5th Ward, and held on Saturday, June 15th, and include local animal rescue groups and pet related businesses from the...
June 06, 2013 • Rescue
HomeAgain® Pet Recovery Service has launched the HomeAgain Hero of the Year program to recognize individuals who dedicate themselves to supporting the health and well-being of companion animals, whether through their everyday work or volunteer efforts.
In commemoration of the heroes’ efforts, HomeAgain will make a $10,000 donation in the name of the HomeAgain Hero of the Year award winner,...
June 05, 2013 • Rescue
Beth Ostrosky Stern, animal advocate and host of National Geo Wild's "Spoiled Rotten Pets" visited Best Friends Animal Society’s sanctuary, the nation's largest no-kill facility for homeless pets. While at Best Friends Animal...
May 28, 2013 • Rescue
FIDO is helping spread the word to let you know how you can help the animals who were affected by this terrible tornado.
The City of Moore in Oklahoma has reached out to RedRover for help raising money for the temporary animal shelter they are operating at the Cleveland Fairgrounds. The shelter currently has approximately 70 animals and more are coming in as they are found in the devastation...
May 21, 2013 • Rescue
FIDO’s friends at Grey2K USA shared that on Friday, they were featured in two important news stories in two different states:
First, In Pennsylvania, Matt Belanger of ABC Channel 4 reported on the 1,400 injuries and 100 deaths to greyhounds racing at a West Virginia dog track. Dogs broke their legs, crushed their skulls and suffered spinal injuries. While Wheeling track officials would not...