Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

On social media, Molly recently saw a post shared by a Pit Bull lovers page. Instead of talking about how amazing Pit Bull breeds are, it was talking negatively about Chihuahuas. It was essentially saying that people should be judging Chihuahuas for aggressive behaviors, not Pit Bulls, and nearly everyone in the comments agreed. But how is that okay? How can you be mad at people talking badly about Pit Bulls, but then go on talking badly about a different breed? (Click title to read more!)

I’ve been told that dogs can be unpredictable, and that’s probably true. After all, I love to bark, but only at specific dogs. For example, I’m bothered by that Goldendoodle that walks past my yard and I always have to bark back when the neighbor Chihuahua yips at me. But then there are other dogs that I completely ignore. As a dog, it all makes sense to me, but it makes training difficult and confusing for my humans. I’ve noticed that other dogs have some similar habits, so I figured that I should address this issue from a dog’s perspective. (Click title to read more!)

I used to think dogs in strollers were hilarious. In fact, I often still do. It’s kind of ridiculous to see a dog in a stroller when they should be walking. Sometimes, you even need to do a double take to make sure they’re a dog and not a human baby. But I’ve recently learned that laughing at dogs in strollers is not a good idea. (Click title to read more!)

If you read my blog often, you know by now that a “Pit Bull” is not a real breed. Pit Bull refers to a muscular dog that fits a certain description. Oftentimes, American Pit Bull Terriers and Staffordshire Bull Terriers are the ones who most commonly fall under this category. But did you know that the American Kennel Club doesn’t recognize the American Pit Bull Terrier as an official breed? (Click title to read more!)

Categories: FAQ

When it comes to choosing a good dog food, it comes down to the quality of the ingredients. Ingredients in dog food should be real, beneficial items, but many kibble brands choose to put unnecessary fillers in it instead. So, how do you locate these “controversial” items? (Click title to read more!)

I recently realized that a lot of dog parents don’t know what a dog license is. This is sad, especially since many cities require your dog to be licensed. It’s not a hard thing to do, and if it’s required, you should definitely do it for you furry friend. Even if it’s not strictly enforced, it can still have plenty of benefits for you and your pup. (Click title to read more!)