Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

When shopping or running errands, it can be difficult to leave your dog behind. It’s naturally assumed that dogs are never allowed in stores, unless of course, it’s a pet-specific store like Petco or Petsmart. But I’ve recently learned that there are other big companies that are also dog-friendly. They don’t always state that they allow dogs on the door, but they claim to be dog-friendly on their websites. (Click title to read more!)

It’s no surprise that your life significantly changes when you adopt a dog, but did you know that it can change you as a person too? Don’t worry, change is a good thing! For some people, change can be scary, but the new things you experience after adopting a dog are all positive. So, how will you be different after rescuing a dog in need? (Click title to read more!)

Hi everyone, it’s Mabel! I know I usually post an informational post on Mondays and Thursdays, but I have decided to take a break this week. For over a year now, Molly and I have been working hard to post three blogs a week, but it has been much more difficult lately. As a dog, …

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Presidential elections are stressful for so many humans, and no matter the results, there are always people who are upset, angry, and frustrated. But for dogs, things are much easier. All we ask is that laws are passed to give us better lives, which means no puppy mills and no breed restrictions. And luckily, amid the tense 2020 presidential election, dogs across the country experienced some life-changing wins! (Click title to read more!)

Sadly, I’ve heard humans give plenty of excuses when they buy a puppy from a pet store. In reality, there should never be any excuses, but the one that drives Molly crazy is when people say, “if pet store puppies are from puppy mills, then buying them is like rescuing them.” But this is an outrageous conclusion that needs to be stopped. So, here is why rescuing a puppy mill dog and buying a pet store puppy are NOT the same thing at all. (Click title to read more!)

I’m often told that animal friendships are the cutest, especially when they occur between two different species. Some animals love to get along with every creature they meet while others are more hesitant. But when two animals of different species become inseparable, humans always seem to fall in love. So, here are some of the dog and other animal friendships that Molly finds the cutest. (Click title to read more!)

Dogs don’t drive cars, but if we could, we’d drive a Subaru. No, I’m not sponsoring or promoting any Subarus, but I recently read about what the company does for rescue dogs. They consistently feature dogs in their commercials and always encourage their customers to adopt dogs in need. So, they seem to be the most dog-friendly car company out there! (Click title to read more!)

When your dog gets a sudden burst of energy, it’s adorable and something we all laugh about. But when we do this, it’s not always as random as you’d think. Oftentimes, “zoomies” as humans call them have a specific reason. Sure, sometimes they’re just for fun, but believe it or not, running around like crazy can be well thought out too. (Click title to read more!)