April 20, 2020

Why the Pet Pardon app is an Essential Tool in Animal Rescue

On Wednesday, April 15, Sheryl Joyce, Pet Pardon’s CEO and Founder took participants on an in-depth tour of the Pet Pardon app. The first app of its kind, which is…
March 31, 2020

Pet Pardon app makes it easy for animal lovers to share to save a life

With the Pet Pardon app, animal advocates can network, rescue, adopt and donate money, giving at-risk pets a second chance at life Pet Pardon relieves the pressure on animal shelters and…
March 24, 2020

Pet Pardon app to launch March 31…a sneak peak…

Animal shelters are in perpetual crisis mode, lacking space to house and care for a near-constant influx of animals. Unfortunately, that means many unwanted animals are terminated to make room…
March 3, 2020

Take our survey and help us save lives

Hi everyone - we haven’t posted for a while, as life throws a lot of curve balls. But we weathered the storm, and here we are. Since our last update,…
April 26, 2019

The Origin behind developing the Pet Pardon App and update on progress

I officially launched Pet Pardon in 2017. It has been a little over a year since my last update. A lot has happened in 2018 including structuring the essentials to get…
January 15, 2019

Rescue spotlight: an interview with Paw Prints in the Sand Animal Rescue

Each and every day, healthy adoptable pets are in jeopardy of losing their lives – simply because they are taking up too much space in shelters. As animal advocates we…
October 22, 2018

Teaching shelter dogs new tricks: from rescue to service dog

While the idea of animals providing comfort for their owners isn’t a new concept – who doesn’t love a slobbery dog kiss from time-to-time? With animals providing physical contact, companionship…
February 28, 2018

The merits of adopting or fostering a shelter animal

Having a pet in your life can be a true joy, but, committing to caring for an animal isn’t feasible for everyone. With shelters increasingly overwhelmed with abandoned animals –…
February 28, 2018

Older Dogs Are Being Given To Shelters – But Shelters Are Not A ‘Home’ For Elderly Dogs

Shelters save animals, right? Unfortunately, the answer to that question is a little more complicated than many people think. While animal shelters are a better alternative for dogs and cats…

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