Here are Idle Pup, we take animal safety more seriously than most.
We believe that all pets and animals deserve to safety, security and love. They deserve to be treated with the respect that any of us would give other humans. All pets deserve a good home, and to be loved.
In our extensive facilities we are able to re-house as many as 100 dogs, 250 birds, 85 cats, and a large number of smaller pets such as gerbils and hamsters.
We Take in Pets
Please don’t turf your poor family pet out on to the streets. If you are no longer able to care for him then please get in touch with us and we can find a relevant agency for your area.
We Need Help Sheltering Pets
We need families to take on the responsibility of looking after some of our pets. If you want to give a pet a second chance then please get in touch.
We developed this site in order to help people with their own pets- providing neutral, fact driven research on the most important aspects of owning a pet. Because a happy, healthy pet equals a happy owner!
If you have any suggestions, thoughts, or comments feel free to drop us a line on the Contact page!
Hello everyone, my name is Kaylin and my partner in crime goes by the name Marty McFly. He is a little Jack Russell Terrier with quite the personality! He and I are avid hikers who like to find ourselves on spur of the moment trips deep in the mountains. Throughout my life I have always been very passionate about animals. I grew up with creatures of all different shapes and sizes, including everything from peacocks to alpacas. When I was about six years old I started working with dogs by assisting our neighbor train her sled dog team. I eventually got into other fields including obedience, canine good citizen, delta therapy work, and field training. I eventually fell in love with agility competition and spent much of my younger years competing with my two border collies Gus and Chase.
During this time I also started my career in the field of veterinary medicine. I began my 10 years in the field as a dog walker at a local veterinary hospital with a boarding facility and worked up to lead emergency technician at a specialty and emergency hospital. Outside of working directly with my patients I really enjoy educating clients on the overall care of their pets, not only from a medical perspective, but also discussing general concerns such as behavioral interventions and preventative care. In my free time I work with the local police K-9 unit, volunteer with rural area vets, and assist my local animal shelter. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with you!
Hey there! My name is Mollie. A little about me- I have been a writer for years and a dog owner for life. I have shared a home with borzois, bouviers des flandres, silky terriers, English mastiffs, rottweilers, shepherds and many, many mutts… and have worked with an even more diverse range of breeds. Aside from nearly always having my own, I have also helped other people with their pups through training and running my own pet sitting operation.
Today, I am now the proud mother of a boxer named ‘Loki’ and his recently adopted brother, a Czechoslovakian vlcak named ‘Lupin.’
Dogs bring so much richness to our lives through unconditional love, their willingness to work and their unparalleled loyalty. We owe it to our dogs to do our very best in caring for their every need. I hope that by sharing what I’ve learned through years of owning and training dogs, I can help you build an even stronger, healthier, happier bond with your canine companion.
Hi, I’m Ben! I am a lifelong environmental educator who writes about animals, trees, outdoor recreation, science and environmental issues. I have worked with animals in a variety of professional contexts over the last 20 years, including as a wildlife educator and as the executive director of a nature preserve where I cared for a large and diverse live animal collection. Currently I live in Atlanta Georgia with my beautiful wife and spoiled-rotten rottweiler.
We’re constantly on the hunt for qualified veterinarians who think they could contribute something to Idle Pup. If you have something you’d like to share, or want to discuss how you can get involved, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.