It’s difficult–really difficult–to travel to many parts of the world and see the numerous homeless dogs that often roam the streets. In this growing section, we’ll cover ways you can help dogs when traveling. Often the best way is to help shelters and rescues at your travel destination, perhaps by working through your hotel or resort to volunteer, bring supplies, or even provide transport to a dog making his way to a rescue.
#PawPromise Adoptable Dog of the Week
Every week, we spotlight an adoptable dog (and an adoptable cat on our CatTipper site), selected from rescues and shelters everywhere. The shelter or rescue highlighted in our #PawPromise Adoptable Dog of the Week and Cat of the Week features receives 10 percent of the week’s proceeds from our PawZaar gift store.
Celebrity Rescue News
Our celebrity rescue blogger Grace Sydney looks at ways the stars are shining the spotlight on rescues and animal welfare causes around the world. See our Celebrity Rescue News feed for the latest posts.
You’re out and about…and you spot a lost dog. What should you do?
Have you ever vacationed in Mexico and seen a stray dog you’d love to take home–but had no idea just how to accomplish that task? It’s a lot easier than you might think! We have tips from the director of Isla Animals in Isla Mujeres, Mexico about how you can adopt a dog in Mexico and bring him home with you.
One resort makes it super simple to help the homeless dogs and cats of St. Thomas, USVI. The Paws for Vacation package offered by Bolongo Bay Beach Resort helps vacationers adopt and animal and bring it home (or you can accompany a homeless animal to be picked up by a rescue in the States).