Learn about the basics of dog play groups and how they can be an important aspect of mental and physical well being.
Dog Play Group Q&A with Aimee Sadler, Founder of Dogs Playing for Life.
Enrichment for cats has two main parts – the physical part which is exercising their bodies, and the mental part which is exercising their brains. Both are equally important for a well-rounded and healthy cat population in the shelter.
Some of the best enrichment for dogs in shelters involves physical and mental stimulation. Find some quick and easy tips for dog enrichment in a sheltering environment!
Learn to read your adoptable dogs body language with these simple tips from the Vice President of Animal Welfare at the Atlanta Humane Society.
Discover our archive of enrichment and behavioral health blog posts. From video tips by fellow Petfinder members to step-by-step guides for DIY slow feeders, these helpful posts are packed with ideas that you and your staff can use to ensure a happy and healthy pet population in your shelter.