Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Skiatook Paws & Claws is an animal rescue in Osage County, Oklahoma. This rescue first caught our attention when we heard the story of a dog named Phoenix. Now, Phoenix doesn’t look like what you’d expect, but he’s a sweet dog. However, if graphic images disturb you, it’s okay to stop reading this article. (He’s …

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Some humans like to give up when the going gets tough, but when it comes to rescue dogs, that should never be the case! People get frustrated if their dog doesn’t adjust to their home right away. Sure, some dogs are good with change, but every dog is different. It’s important to give your dog space when they first arrive in their new home. (Articles narrated by Mabel)

My first shelter spotlight post is about one that Molly is very familiar with. HAWS (Humane Animal Welfare Society) was one of Molly’s favorite shelters growing up. It’s an animal shelter in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and Molly loved visiting it to see all the adorable dogs, cats, and other animals! HAWS was first established back in …

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On my blog, I spend a lot of time talking about adopting instead of shopping. It’s something that I believe very strongly in. When given the choice, you should always adopt instead of shop. However, I wanted to point out that breeding dogs isn’t all bad, but irresponsible breeds and too much breeding has made it bad over time. So, when is breeding acceptable and when is it not? (Click title to read more!)

Most dog lovers have heard the term ‘hypoallergenic’ plenty of times before. Many people assume that this term means that it’s impossible to be allergic to these dogs, but that’s not really the case. I happen to be a hypoallergenic breed, but I recently learned that it is possible to be allergic to Shih Tzus like me. (Click title to read more!)

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably know that I used to publish rescue stories on Saturdays. Well, I’ve been a bit busy (and lazy) lately, so I’ve been slacking on the Saturday posts. But don’t worry, they’re back! I didn’t get a lot of emails about rescue dogs to write …

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