A Ace of Hearts Rescue Foundation Animal Ark Animal Liberation Front – ALF Animal Rescue Inc. Arm the Animals Aubrie Kavanaugh Ashley Reid’s Pet Portraits Atlanta Pet Rescue B Beagle Freedom Project Blind Dog Rescue Alliance Big Dogs Huge Paws Bow Wow Pet Photography C California Collar Co. Chako Pit Bull Rescue Center for Shelter Dogs […]
Category: Interviews on packpeople.com
If you believe in the positive influence of pets in people’s lives and the importance of honoring the rescue, care and well-being of animals you’ll want to listen, watch and read our interviews. We enjoy sharing the insights and experiences of animal advocates with our online audience.
As you’ll see, we are interested in people from all walks of life who make animal welfare a priority. Rescues, shelters, artists, authors, manufacturers, businesses – we love exploring their worlds and sharing how they make a push for the betterment of animals’ lives.
You can get our audio interviews as a podcast.
Are you aware of the stray dog problem in Los Angeles? No? Well, approximately 30,000 dogs live on the streets of L.A. – some surrendered by their irresponsible owners, some dumped on the street, others never had a home. It’s an ongoing challenge for animal welfare groups, rescues and animal control services to reduce the number […]
What would your pet say if they could talk? Ruff Ruff & Meow? Let your pets express themselves through their apparel and allow them to make a statement and be heard! Caroline Leedom, founder and president of Ruf Ruff & Meow explains to us her new rescue program to support animal rescues & non-profit groups. […]
A Facebook post on packpeople’s fan page led me to this year’s American Kennel Club’s show results. Even though I’m not a huge fan of dog shows, I was interested to know more about the community. Breeders, proud handlers and overexcited owners get the ribbons with the highest rankings and strive to present the most beautiful and […]
‘What are you feeding your dogs?’ is the 2nd most important question people ask me on PackPeople. I always recommend the food I’m feeding and recommend friends and interested dog owners to the shop where I buy my dog food. Pet food is a complex subject in the pet owners’ world and one of our most-discussed […]
Maria Goodavage’s book Soldier Dogs will be released on Thursday, March 15 – and we had the great pleasure of talking to the accomplished author last week. We want to share this great interview with our audience, as her stories of soldier dogs contributing to military efforts – and the special bonds that develop between […]
Every time I’ve visited or volunteered at one of my favorite shelters/rescues, I leave feeling sorry for the dogs, sitting in their cold concrete runs behind steel bars. Looking at you, waiting to be taken out for a walk or to be patted. Dogs and cats kept in cages, barking and whining to get your […]
Event today – News at PEP: Erica Callais is the founder of the Pet education project in Shreveport, Louisiana, a non-profit organization dedicated teaching kids ins & outs of responsible pet ownership. Each month children who have made a positive impact on the lives of animals in their community or pets in their home are […]
Today we’re going out of the country – we’re even leaving the continent – to talk to a great non-profit organization in Romania, The Nature Association. Founded in 2002 by Carmen Milobendzchi and Roxana Macoviciuc, this organization is dedicated to helping and saving stray animals by providing food, shelter and medical care for over 350 dogs […]
Which breed is the best for a movie? Is there such a thing? I would say NO. If we think back and just follow the movie industry we can see that many dogs, of many different breeds, have successful careers in movies and television. It all depends on the dog. We’re located in Los Angeles, […]