Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt ๐Ÿ’•

Welcome to Mabel the Rescue Dog! This blog is all about being kind to dogs, especially all the rescue dogs out there. Plus, it’s all narrated by me, Mabel the rescue Shih Tzu!

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You can view some of our most recent posts below:

  • How Do Puppy Mill Survivors Act?

    May 9, 2022 by

    For many humans, it’s difficult to understand the severity of puppy mills without seeing it firsthand. While I’ve never seen a puppy mill in real life, I’ve seen dogs that were rescued from them. Molly has fostered several dogs that came from bad breeding situations, and they’ve all had quirks and fears that most of our other foster dogs didn’t have. (Click title to read more!)

  • Parents’ Opinions on Animals Can Shape a Child’s Life

    May 2, 2022 by

    Molly may not be a parent to any humans, but she knows that parents can be very influential to their kids. Of course, there are lots of opinions parents can have that may affect their child’s views of the world, but the one Molly wanted me to talk about is (as usual) dogs! (Click title to read more!)

  • Meet Our German Shepherd Puppy Mill Survivor!

    April 25, 2022 by

    Hi everyone, it’s Mabel! I just wanted to share some information about our most recent foster dog (18th, to be exact.) I’m not a huge fan of her because I don’t usually like big dogs, but Molly seems to adore her. Her name is Lady A, and she was rescued from a breeding situation like… Read more

  • Another Shy Foster Dog

    March 28, 2022 by

    Hi everyone, it’s Mabel! I’m excited to tell you about our new foster dog because he hasn’t been bothering me, so he’s probably one of my favorites. His name is Mister P, and he’s our 17th foster. We think he’s a Dachshund mix. We don’t know anything about Mister P’s history besides that he came… Read more

  • Be Wary of “USDA-Licensed” Breeders

    March 14, 2022 by

    Humans are more likely to trust people and businesses that are licensed. That’s why many people don’t think twice when buying from a “USDA-licensed” breeder. You would think that a licensed breeder would be the most reputable and humane, but sadly, that’s far from the case. We’ve recently realized that a USDA-licensed breeder is more of a red flag than anything else. (Click title to read more!)

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