If You Can’t Be an Owner, Be a Best Friend: Visit Your Local Animal Shelter!

In a perfect world, we would be able to take home every shelter pet we ever met. We would have the money, the time, and the resources to give each one the home and care they deserve.

In reality, there are many shelter animals that do not have homes, and there are many humans that have a variety of reasons for why they cannot have a pet.

Handmade and Benefiting Rescue Pets

One of the biggest challenges facing nonprofit, no-kill animal shelters and rescues is raising funds. Recognizing this need, we at Jusani Culture strive to help, partnering with U.S. artists and small businesses to sell their products on our site to raise needed funds. Our custom pet bowls are just the latest handmade goods to benefit pets in need.

Give Him Your Heart

I’ll be honest. This quote hit me—hard. I talk a lot about my dog, Wylie (who I’ve had for the past three years), but to be completely honest, he’s not the first dog to steal my heart. Emma was.

Extra Love for Senior Dogs

Where does a senior dog, considered unadoptable by some shelters, with no place to call home and no family to love her, find hope? For Elyse, and many other dogs, hope is found at Polo’s Refuge, the Crossroads Shih Tzu Rescue’s senior dog retirement home.

Unique Customized Collars for Your One of a Kind Pet

I don’t know about you, but prior to having a small dog, I always said I’d never put clothes on my dog. Cut to 2011, when we got our dog Wylie, and we’ve got Christmas outfits, Halloween outfits, and a handmade hooded sweatshirt. These are great, but they’re not exactly practical for more than an hour. One of the easiest ways to dress up your dog is with a decorative collar.

Adopt This Tee to Save a Life!

Here at Jusani, we are big believers in and advocates of adopting. Most of the time, we’re talking about animals. Adopting an animal is a great way to grow your family, find a new companion, and save a life, all at once. But today, let’s talk about adopting something else – a special adoption-themed tee!

August 26th is National Dog Day!

National Dog Day may not be Christmas, but for dogs, it’s a pretty awesome day for being spoiled! August 26th, 2014 is National Dog Day, so get out and adopt, celebrate, or donate! National Dog Day was created by pet lifestyle expert Colleen Paige in 2004 as a way to celebrate all dogs, regardless of breed, and encourage people to treat animals with love and respect.

Meeting My Inspiration

It is an honor to be in the presence of a being so brave, so strong, and so resilient. Katie, our very own campaign coordinator, got that chance, meeting her furry, four-legged inspiration, a dog whose story had captured her heart.  

Theo’s Story

When all you know is fear, it’s hard to be cute and fluffy. Theo, an abandoned dog found hiding under a trailer in Compton, California, looked like a dirty old rag with beady little eyes when he was rescued by Hope for Paws and taken in by the Mutt Scouts.

Rise to the Challenge – Help Thor!

Thor, paralyzed in his hind legs, was starving, sick, and left to fend for himself on the streets of Mexico when the Mutt Scouts saw his photo and knew in an instant that they had to take action to save his life.

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