Try to make daily choices that help animals. Living compassionately does not need to be difficult.
It’s simple, each day try something different.
It's not all or nothing; Pick one.
Try it once a month, once a week, once a day.
It's up to you.
Each time you go shopping, donate to charity, in almost everything you do, you can choose for animals. Every time you choose for animals, you have made a difference.
Compassionate Living is a term for those choices. The Animal Defense League of Arizona believes that one choice to protect animals can lead to lifelong habits of compassionate decisions. One person can help to influence others, which could created a change in how animals are treated and products are made in the future. Don’t be overwhelmed. Pick one.
A local homeless shelter's newest project will ensure those who lose their home can keep their pets.
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix has joined forces with Phoenix-based PetSmart Inc. to create the Valley's first emergency shelter that also accommodates a family's cat, dog -- perhaps even lizard.
I was glad to see this tip in this morning's Arizona Republic.
Glendale Shoe Company caters to dogs
The hot-selling shoes these days in Bud Zomok's store are the ones going to his four-legged customers.