It's been two years since the Banfield Foundation first started its mission to help pets in need. To celebrate this special occasion, here are some of our latest, heart-warming success stories.
When an eight-year-old bulldog needed help with his teeth, a dental makeover was just what the veterinarian ordered to help him find a new home.
When Joy found herself and her four-legged best friend in an abusive relationship, she found how challenging it is to escape with a pet.
One-week-old kittens, Batman and Superwoman, needed their own superhero after their shelter was devastated by the Louisiana floods.
After the loss of his best friend, Don found hope and love through a pet, until that too was at risk when he fell on hard times.
A military veteran and his service dog demonstrate the power of partnership, companionship and teamwork.
Bartholomew is a little dog with a big appetite. When he stopped eating, his owner knew he needed help, but mobility issues left her looking for answers.
In the aftermath of flooding in Louisiana, stray dogs like Stewart were given a new “leash” on life, thanks to the partnership of the Banfield Foundation and Acadiana Animal Aid.
After hearing of the tremendous need following Louisiana’s flooding, Melissa volunteered to temporarily foster three kittens, but ended up with something more permanent.
A breed discrimination policy threatened Stephanie and Matthew with eviction, until they found an organization that loved their Pit Bull just as much as they did.
This rock star was in need of a new smile before he could be adopted into a new band.
Serious dental problems threaten the likelihood that Casey will be adopted. Will he find the care he needs and a family to love?
When a soldier and a dog are both suffering from PTSD, the companionship and love they need can be found in the arms – and paws – of each other.
When times are tough and money is tight, pets still deserve access to veterinary care.
An Army veteran discovers the help he is seeking in the form of a four-legged friend.