Category: Cruel Practices
What does “no-kill” really mean? A PETA vice president joined “The Animal Welfare Junction” podcast to discuss the divisive term.
When a local woman alerted us to two thin, chained dogs in Cancún, we acted immediately. See Kal and Abigail now.
See how PETA fieldworkers helped “backyard dogs” left outside in Tropical Storm Ophelia’s path when their owners failed to bring them indoors.
In August 2023, the USDA confiscated close to 150 animals from Michigan’s Even Keel Exotics. Learn how PETA played a part.
Meet five of the many “backyard dogs” who survived the extreme heat, thanks to PETA’s creative problem-solving.
When an animal is in need, PETA fieldworkers do everything in their power to help. Learn more about their groundbreaking work.
Is it safe to leave my dog on the balcony? PETA breaks down the risks of leaving your dog alone outside—on a chain, in a yard, or on a balcony.
Nature didn’t create dog breeds—humans did. “Purebred” and “overbred” dogs suffer from many health issues just so they’ll look a certain way.
Wieden+Kennedy joins other marketing agencies that have committed to not featuring images of bulldogs, pugs, or other BIBs in new campaigns.
Even when cars are designed with emergency fail-safe systems, they can still fail. So how can you trust that your dog will be safe in a car with the AC running?
How do animal hoarders compare with roadside zoos and puppy mills? PETA spotlights their speciesist similarities and what you can do to help their victims.
If someone asks, “What’s the dark side of PETA?” we’ve got the answer. Let us shine a lightsaber on the truth of our efforts for animal rights.
Visited a neglectful reptile store before but didn’t know how to speak up? Learn how one individual got over 300 animals removed from a hellhole in Plymouth.
Curious about PETA’s first AI-generated ad images? Learn why artist Shad Clark used AI to create these striking visuals to help exploited dogs and cows.
PETA received 581 requests for assistance during the first three months of 2023. Meet just a few of the animals whose lives we improved.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind