New Animated Cartoon: Annual Dog Toy Expense

Posted by Guest Author on October 9th, 2015

Whatever the cost, it’s totally worth it right?!
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New Cartoon: Dogs Make Everything More Fun

Posted by Guest Author on October 2nd, 2015

Happy Beginnings: Artie and Ella

Posted by Guest Author on September 30th, 2015

image3“Hello! I would like to thank your organization immensely for introducing my husband and I to our two little loved ones, Artie and Ella. With the recent passing of my husband’s 17 year old Golden Retriever, we knew it would take some time and a lot of research before we were ready to adopt. I signed up to receive emails about any puppies available for adoption near us and up popped Artie and Ella. We knew we wanted to adopt a mixed breed and these little ones were Husky/German Shepherd mixes (at least that’s what we think) and were perfect! We emailed the rescue Monday morning and were able to adopt them on Tuesday evening! It’s been fun and challenging raising these two but we wouldn’t change it for the world. They are now in training classes and are very smart! We’re in agility classes and basic obedience. Artie acts more like a Husky while Ella has the temperament of a German. People would stop us on the street to ask where we got them and we would always say! Thank you again, here are a couple cute photos :) ” — Even more photos below! Read More

6 Efficient Backyard Clean Up Tips to Keep it Fido-Friendly

Posted by Guest Author on September 28th, 2015

Our pets enjoy our backyards as much as we do, whether they’re digging, running or laying in the grass on a sunny day. So, here are some quick and easy yard maintenance tips to help you keep your entire family yard-happy — the furry and the non-furry alike! Read More

Happy Beginnings: Abigail

Posted by Guest Author on September 25th, 2015

happy adoption Abigail“I just want to say thank you to your organization for helping to connect me to my new pet dog Abigail. She is beautiful and an amazing animal. She is still acclimating to her new home but I absolutely love her. She looks around and is hesitant to approach anything but I keep telling her, “Yes baby, this is your home, these are your toys, this is your blanket, no more shelter and no more sharing. Everything here is yours.” Read More

Animated Cartoon: Be Yourself

Posted by Guest Author on September 24th, 2015

6 Tips for Cats Scared of Dogs

Posted by Jennifer on September 21st, 2015

puppy-kitten-snuggleIn a perfect world, all puppies and kittens would have plenty of positive playtime with each other from a very young age, like my former foster kittens and puppy in the photo above. The reality is, many pets don’t have the opportunity to be multi-species socialized. This article is about a very specific scenario for when a cat hasn’t had the chance: a home with an adult cat who’s never lived with a dog before, and the cat is scared of a known-to-cat-friendly dog in the home. Read More

Teach your Dog to Leave It

Posted by Jennifer on September 19th, 2015

why-dogs-need-to-learn-leave-itTeaching your dog to “leave it” is training your dog to stop doing something. A solid “leave it” skill can be important and even save your dog’s life! Dogs are fast and get into things they shouldn’t very quickly – as illustrated by my foster puppy in the photo above! You can often head off potentially dangerous situations with a good “leave it” in advance.You can start with training a very simple “leave it” command, and have that command then expand to cover other situations where you want your dog to stop doing something and focus on you. Here’s how… Read More

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