During this challenging time we must still support our students in new reimagined ways. We are happy that we can engage them through our virtual internship to learn about the care and wellbeing of animals, career opportunities while cultivating empathy and teaching resiliency via rescue pets. We are excited to launch our first Virtual - Read more
We were so excited by the invitation from Stepping Stones Museum in Norwalk, CT to be part of their first-ever KC 2020 virtual kid convention in October 2020. This was a global event to teach children how to become active, engaged members of their community, which has never been more important. From the challenges posed - Read more
The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum RescuEd Video Series is a resource for educators that shows a behind the scenes look at North Shore Animal League's rescue, adoption, training and education efforts. The below segments can be used in conjunction with the curriculum and is appropriate for all ages. - Read more
Started as an international day of observation in 1998, November 13th marks World Kindness Day. It is a day that recognizes small acts of generosity to large scale efforts and our Mutt-i-grees program can drive acts of kindness. Encouraging students across the globe, to cultivate kindness and compassion will bolster their confidence and show - Read more
October is National Adopt a Shelter Pet Month. Even if you cannot bring a new dog or cat into your home, there are lots of ways you can help shelter pets. Shelters are always in need of toys for their rescued animals. Especially, our beloved mischievous felines who’s curiosity drives them to bat, toss - Read more
APPLICATIONS for the 2020/21 are closed. The Mutt-i-grees® National Student Ambassador Program. A service learning, leadership opportunity.
In honor of National Dog Day on August 26, teach students how to raise awareness for the voiceless and most vulnerable beginning with shelter pets. Students will learn why it’s important to adopt a pet from your local shelter and not purchase a pet from a pet store. They will begin to understand the - Read more
Wish you could volunteer at an animal shelter, but you can’t do it in person? Not to worry. You can help shelter animals without ever leaving your home!
Our wonderful canine and feline rescues enrich our lives and embody a plethora of traits that we humans can learn from. In this episode of RescuEd, Sean Patrick Malloy, Shelter Manager & Pet Behaviorist , discuss how Animal League America behaviorally evaluates its canine rescues and takes particular care to support - Read more
Each year, many children — particularly those from low-income backgrounds — lose as much as three months of reading skills during the summer. Known as the “summer slide,” this learning loss is cumulative and can leave some children up to three years behind their peers by the end of fifth grade. In Arkansas, educators - Read more