Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Is it weird to talk to your dog? Humans with no pets might think so. But I’ve come to learn that many people talk to their furry friends with no regrets. Molly talks to me all the time, and she sometimes worries that others might find it crazy. But she feels the need to tell me what’s going on, such as when she’ll be home and where we’re walking to. After all, I am a part of the family! (Click title to read more)

2 min read (Articles narrated by Mabel) Amid the stressful U.S. presidential election, Denver finally lifted their Pit Bull ban. Since 1989, residents of Denver weren’t allowed to have Pit Bulls because of the hurtful stereotypes about them. But now, people are finally realizing the true beauty that all dogs share. So, following the end …

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Southern shelters are often the most crowded in the United States. So, whenever rescues and shelters near my home get new dogs in, they usually come from overcrowded kill shelters in warm climates. It’s great that states like Wisconsin and Michigan have plenty of space for these dogs, but the adjustment to a new climate can be difficult on some dogs. So, can dogs adjust to cold climates and snow? And how can you help them adjust? (Click title to read more!)

Molly and I love all dog breeds. They’re all equally adorable, but not everyone sees it that way. Many humans become so obsessed with a certain breed that they don’t want to even consider other breeds. And oftentimes, these breeds are the ones that breeding is the most dangerous and inhumane for. So, we’ve compiled a list of dog breeds that you should avoid getting from a breeder more than others. (Click title to read more!)

It’s no secret that 2020 was a crazy year for everyone. Besides, most humans seem overjoyed to move on and hopefully get a fresh start. But from a dog’s perspective, it wasn’t all bad. In fact, I had plenty of big milestones this year, just like rescue dogs all over the world. So, with 2020 behind us, I thought it might be fun to look back on the positive moments in this chaotic year. (Click title to read more!)

Today Molly came across some Facebook comments that drove her crazy. As some of you may know, she volunteers for an organization called Bailing Out Benji, who spreads awareness about puppy mills. Recently, they shared a post saying something along the lines of “puppy mills exist because the public keeps funding them.” For anyone who knows the sad reality of the puppy industry, this is a very true statement. Yet, Molly was surprised to see many comments disagreeing with what the organization stands for. (Click title to read more!)