Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

I used to always think this topic was something that all dog parents agreed with. However, I have been seeing a lot of dogs roaming free lately, even in public areas. Even if a dog is extremely well-behaved, they still need a leash for most of the time. Some dog parents seem to think leashes are optional, but I want to share why I think they’re so important. (Click title to read more!)

Dry dog food is the most popular type of food for dogs, so many humans just assume it’s healthy. Sure, some kibble brands are much healthier than others, but it’s actually not the best choice at all. All kibble is processed food, so sadly, it’s a lot like a human eating fast food every day. Here are some common myths associated with kibble. (Click title to read more!)

As I’ve mentioned before, some shelters and rescues have very strict adoption requirements. These requirements are in place for the safety of all the dogs and humans involved, but many humans dislike them. In fact, some humans are so against them that they’d much rather buy a dog than adopt, which breaks my heart. (Click title to read more!)

As important as adopting dogs is, many people don’t realize the seriousness of the situation. The truth is, the problem is even bigger than most dog lovers could ever imagine. One Hundred Dogs and Counting by Cara Sue Achterberg shows readers an in-depth look on the problems in this world and helps people see that adopting dogs is even more important than we realize. (Click title to read more!)

When I first came up with this article idea, I had no idea that a majority of the population would get the chance to work from home. As a freelance writer, Molly always works from home with me by her side, but ever since the coronavirus pandemic started, it’s become more of a norm for people. (Click title to read more!)

When looking for a dog, many humans avoid kill shelters at all costs. They don’t want to be supporting shelters that kill animals, and Molly and I used to think the same way until recently. But regardless of how a shelter runs, all their dogs still need homes. Kill shelters don’t want to kill their dogs, but the lack of adoptions often leaves them with no choice. (Click title to read more!)