“The Champions” documentary about pitbulls rescue from Michael Vick’s dog fighting ring and the people who saved them. Such an inspirational story.
I saw this and wanted to share because I know so many of you are dedicated to finding homes for dogs.
I have long believed no dog of mine will ever come before the safety of any person.
San Diego County animal shelters are working together and say they will no longer kill healthy, adoptable animals.
You can win a $500 donation for your favorite shelter or rescue by nominating the group in DogNation.net’s Best Friend’s Friend Contest.
Calling a dog a “bully” makes the dog sound mean, which is not exactly what you want people to think when you’re referring to dogs.
The story of how I adopted my first dog exposes a common flaw in the U.S. shelter/rescue system, a lack of communication. To get more dogs adopted, one of the most important factors is to quickly and politely respond to adopters’ questions.
Dogs require a lot of time and money, but that doesn’t mean working families do not deserve the option of owning a dog. This post is inspired by the blog DOGThusiast.com.
I reached out to shelter workers from documented no-kill communities and asked them about the basic ideas they follow to save more lives.
I hope to adopt a senior shelter dog some day. This post includes examples of others who have adopted senior dogs as well as their tips for others hoping to adopt a senior dog.