While delivering straw to cold “backyard dogs,” PETA fieldworkers came across a shed and discovered something strange.
When PETA found Coco, she was so malnourished that you could see nearly every bone in her body. Now? She doesn’t even look like the same dog.
See what it’s like to sit outside in the freezing cold in a doghouse all day long.
As dangerously cold temperatures grip the East Coast, PETA’s fieldworkers race to bring neglected animals lifesaving shelter, nourishment, and hope.
Because if you’re cold, they’re probably cold, too.
Help protect your nose—and dogs—from winter’s chill with PETA’s Cold-Nose Cozy. Net proceeds support our winter-relief program for dogs.
Get cats and dogs INDOORS during freezing weather.
A Newport News, Virginia, council member challenges supporters of an anti-chaining ordinance not to forget about humans in need, so PETA steps up to the plate.
Chained dogs never get a holiday, so PETA’s fieldworkers were out over Thanksgiving weekend delivering lifesaving doghouses, straw, and food.
A victory nearly 10 years in the making: Newport News, Virginia, restricts the chaining of dogs.
From delivering doghouses to alleviating suffering to putting the brakes on animal births, it was a banner month for PETA’s fieldworkers and mobile clinics.
If your community lacks an ordinance against chaining, demand one—and if you see dogs chained outdoors, help them.
Become a PETA “Angels for Animals” sponsor and change the life of an “outside dog” who doesn’t have adequate shelter from winter’s chill.