Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Dogs are amazing creatures. Of course, I think I’m the best dog in the world, but the Guinness World Records seem to think otherwise. There are lots of smart and talented dogs who have beat world records, and sadly, I’m not one of them. So, I thought it might be fun to recognize some of them. Here are nine awesome dogs who have broken world records! (Click title to read more!)

I get lots of kisses. Molly loves giving me and Taco kisses and cuddles on a regular basis, and she says it’s hard to resist. While many dogs don’t like hugs and kisses, I sure do! But I recently started wondering why humans kiss their dogs so much. Dogs don’t always understand the meaning behind kisses, so it seems pointless to do it. Yet, many humans consistently feel the urge to kiss their furry friends. Why is this? (Click title to read more!)

Humans love leaving reviews, especially when they’re upset about something. Sometimes, this causes people to leave harsh reviews without thinking about all the factors. When it comes to pet supplies, Molly noticed that dog food often has the worst reviews. And not just certain brands, but all dog food! Of course, not all dog food is bad, so why is this? (Click title to read more!)

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)

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!)

Taco and I like to tear apart our toys every chance we get. Even when I find a favorite toy (like the plush hedgehog from Walmart), Taco is quick to rip it to shreds. So, I assumed that all dogs had a passion for destroying toys. But as it turns out, some dogs prefer to cherish their toys instead. (Click title to read more!)

Christmas is right around the corner, which means many kids will be asking for puppies. Of course, a dog is a heartwarming gift if the humans love them and care for them forever, but sadly, that’s often not the case. Many families buy expensive designer puppies for their children on Christmas, but only end up surrendering them to a shelter months later when they end up being more work than the family expected. So, I always recommend that families adopt instead of shop for dogs on Christmas, but I have an even better Christmas gift: fostering! (Click title to read more!)

When shopping or running errands, it can be difficult to leave your dog behind. It’s naturally assumed that dogs are never allowed in stores, unless of course, it’s a pet-specific store like Petco or Petsmart. But I’ve recently learned that there are other big companies that are also dog-friendly. They don’t always state that they allow dogs on the door, but they claim to be dog-friendly on their websites. (Click title to read more!)