Shelter & Rescue Spotlight

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on November 29th, 2012

Meet Kodi's Club Rescue - a Chewy.com Shelter & Rescue Partner - and one of the dogs they've saved (from 2,000 miles away).

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on November 14th, 2012

Thinking about fostering a pet? Our Rescue & Shelter Network Charity Coordinator gushes about her first foster experience.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 27th, 2012

After spending the first part of her life on a chain living in squalor, it's hard to believe Ruby would ever be able to trust a human again. Find out how one of our Shelter & Rescue Network partners - Bully Breed Rescue - gave Ruby a second chance with the perfect family.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 22nd, 2012

Animal Shelter. Animal Rescue. What's the difference? Chewy.com Shelter & Rescue Network Coordinator Michelle Miller follows her rescue post with a look at animal shelters.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 12th, 2012

Two special people volunteering with a New Jersey Rescue Society saw past the the hissing and spitting of one feral cat when they looked in her unique eyes.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 10th, 2012

The Chewy.com Shelter & Rescue Network coordinator, Michelle Miller, explains the definition, practices, and purpose of Animal Rescue organizations.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on October 2nd, 2012

Ask Sandy Caldwell—founder of Save Ohio Strays—what makes her most proud about the work they’ve done in the past seven years and she’s quick to tell you about the people that have helped this all-volunteer rescue. Some of them regularly give over twenty hours each week, and it hasn’t been in vain. To date, they’ve saved over 2,300 pets.

By Lauren McGregor Downs on September 10th, 2012

The Byram Animal Rescue Kindness Squad--or BARKS, for short--helped Tigger the Pit Bull find a forever home after being left tied to a fire hydrant.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on August 27th, 2012

For the last three years, Pets for Patriots has been transforming the lives of our veterans by helping them save an at-risk shelter dog or cat. But really, they do more than that. Sometimes the adoptions save two lives.

By Michelle Miller, Charity Coordinator on July 22nd, 2012

At Big Dog Ranch Rescue, even the smallest puppy can find a loving home. Read about Lil’ Dumplin’s journey from neglected to nurtured as his foster mom rehabilitated him from Swimmer Puppy Syndrome and found him a forever home; and learn how you can be a part of this Wellington, FL Rescue.

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