The 2022 Iditarod will mark 50 years of running dogs to their deaths. Help PETA spare dogs and end this deadly race.
Lightweight tie-outs, warm straw bedding, a toy to brighten their day, a new life indoors with a loving family—for these 21 chained dogs and countless others, PETA kept on “breaking the chain” in 2021.
From abandoned and covered in ash to forming a cuddle stack with her new “pack”: See how PETA flipped the script for Pancake.
Washington Post’s Must-Read Profile on PETA’s Field Team May Bring You to Tears AND Inspire You to Take Action for Dogs
Why is it so vital to lobby for tethering bans and other animal-care standards? After spending a few days with PETA fieldworkers, The Washington Post tells the story.
Used as a home alarm system, Paulina had only known life trapped on a heavy chain. See her transformation after PETA Helps Romania stepped in.
Giving Batman a lift, providing Bentley with a “garage,” helping Wendy “fly”—PETA’s field team accomplished all this and more in the first three months of 2021.
Even a four-time Iditarod champion agreed that dog-sled racing is rife with cruelty and suffering. Here’s how YOU can help dogs forced to run in the Iditarod.
Why should you stop using the term “sled dog”? PETA explains why this is speciesist and how dogs are “factory-farmed” for deadly races like the Iditarod.
A chained dog who was too frightened to come out of her doghouse comes out of her shell in a new home with a loving family.
From executive producer Anjelica Huston, follow people who bring shelter, food, care, and more to scores of animals. Now FREE on Prime Video and 99 cents on other platforms.
ExxonMobil has continued to pump money into the deadly Iditarod dog race. Watch as one of its many gas stations across the nation is “closed for cruelty,” and learn how to help dogs today.
Mingo didn’t know life outside a cramped, filthy pen. Now, she’s living indoors as part of a family. Meet the other animals PETA helped these past few months.
“Breaking the Chain” exposed a nationwide crisis of animal neglect. Here’s how you can help chained “backyard dogs” in your neighborhood right now.
“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