Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

There are lots of disagreements when it comes to what food is best for your dog. Most confusion comes from what vets tell you. You’ve probably seen many articles about how it’s important to have healthy meat sources and no fillers in your dog’s food. However, many of the brands vets recommend contradict this healthy advice. Why is that? (Click title to read more!)

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!)

With all the chaos going on at the moment, I felt like I had to make an article on this topic. Anything new and unfamiliar can be scary for humans, which is why so many people were quick to panic with the news of the coronavirus. Since I’m just a dog, I don’t know much about how it affects humans, but I just wanted to share some information about if you should be worried about your furry friend. (Click title to read more!)

It’s a common rumor that dogs and cats are sworn enemies. In cartoons and movies, the dogs and cats always seem to be plotting against each other. However, that’s not exactly real life. Sure, some dogs and cats can have their feuds, but for the most part, dogs and cats don’t actually hate each other, especially if they’re properly introduced. (Click title to read more!)

Dog parents are often very opinionated about what others feed their dogs. There are just so many options to choose from, so how do you know what is best for your pup? At first, I thought there was only dry and wet food, but I quickly learned about raw dog food too. So, what exactly is raw dog food? (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!)