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British Shorthair cats are great pets for people that have a chill lifestyle. They’re low-energy and appreciate some alone time.
This cat breed is independent but appreciates the occasional cuddle, too.
Siberian cats are playful, friendly and love a bit of adventure.
A pro in dog personalities shares what traits to look for when considering the addition of a kid-friendly pup to the family.
Smaller, easy-to-train dogs tend to do best in city apartments.
This little dog doesn't let his disability stop him from exploring his new home of New York City. After a serious injury, he put in the work to regain normalcy in his day-to-day life.
At 12 years old, this playful pup survived heart failure and more — but, you’d never know by his upbeat attitude.
This rescue pup’s adventurous spirit can end him up in the emergency vet clinic. But, with Fetch by The Dodo pet insurance, he’s able to get the best care and get back to exploring.
This friendly pup is the heart of her parent's business — but sometimes, she can get too excited about her daily responsibilities.
This pup’s family was very hands-on in his recovery process — they’re the reason he is a success story.
This playful cat’s feisty, confident spirit never dwindled through multiple emergency surgeries — even when moments were grim.
During an active day at doggy daycare, this goofy pup ended up with two knee injuries — but the unexpected vet bills didn’t stop there.
Out of all of the dogs that were signed up for Fetch pet insurance in 2021, these were the names we saw the most.
Since 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA has been getting the community involved with all aspects of animal welfare — including educational camps to teach the next generation of pet parents how to properly care for animals.
Through several initiatives (like driving across an entire Canadian province to rescue animals) the Ontario SPCA & Humane Society proves there’s no distance they won’t go to to save and help animals.
The Jacksonville Humane Society proves that they’ll do anything for animals — even lead a coalition to make Jacksonville the nation’s largest no-kill city.
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay mixes community events and on-site services to benefit rescue cats, dogs, bunnies and even guinea pigs.
North Shore Animal League America acts as a lighthouse to the rescue community, providing and inspiring best practices as the world’s largest no-kill shelter since 1944.
October 8th is Jacksonville Humane Society’s Tides and Tails happy hour. Guests can enjoy beachside cocktails, meet pets and raise money for the shelter’s Pet Help Center.
Jacksonville Humane Society’s Cutest Pet Photo Contest is a yearly, month-long event. Upload pictures of your pet or vote on your favorite pets (it’ll be hard to choose) to donate to the shelter.