Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

I have recently heard a lot of debate about dog adoption requirements being too strict. When choosing to adopt a dog, you are making a huge decision. So, many rescues and shelters often have a list of requirements and steps to follow before a dog can be adopted. However, is it true that these requirements are becoming too strict? (Click title to read more!)

Whenever someone asks Molly where she got me or how long she’s had me, she always makes a point to say that she adopted me. She wants the world to know that even high demand breeds like me can be a rescue and that adopting is so important. However, we’ve noticed that some people use the word “adopt” even when they didn’t adopt their dog. (Click title to read more!)

As much as we love our dogs, there are times when people can’t properly care for their pups. We are a part of the family, so we need to be fed, looked after, and loved just like your human family members are. Not every dog parent is able to fully commit to their dog, so sometimes tough decisions need to be made. (Click title to read more!)

If you’re interested in adopting a dog, it might be difficult to find a place to start. There are so many dogs out there that need a forever home. It will likely take a lot of time and effort to find the perfect dog for you, so let’s discuss some of the best places to start looking. (Click title to read more!)

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)

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!)