Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

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!)

It’s no surprise that your life significantly changes when you adopt a dog, but did you know that it can change you as a person too? Don’t worry, change is a good thing! For some people, change can be scary, but the new things you experience after adopting a dog are all positive. So, how will you be different after rescuing a dog in need? (Click title to read more!)

I’m often told that animal friendships are the cutest, especially when they occur between two different species. Some animals love to get along with every creature they meet while others are more hesitant. But when two animals of different species become inseparable, humans always seem to fall in love. So, here are some of the dog and other animal friendships that Molly finds the cutest. (Click title to read more!)

When most people think of a rescue animal, they picture a dog. Dogs are the most popular animals to have and they’re also some of the most overpopulated animals out there. So, choosing to adopt a rescue dog instead of paying someone to breed more puppies is crucial for saving the lives of many dogs. But sadly, it doesn’t stop there. There are so many animals out there that are hurt or killed for no reason, so it’s important for humans to help make a change. (Click title to read more!)

With so many humans staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the weather getting colder, they need to find more indoor activities to do. One of Molly’s favorite activities (when she has time for it) is reading! What better way to spend a cold day than to curl up beside your pup and read a book? So, I’ve compiled a list of some of Molly’s favorite dog books so far. Although, she still has hundreds more on her to-read list! (Click here to read more!)

Dogs are the best companions a human can have. As a dog, I see no problems there. But I have recently come to the realization that dogs aren’t for everyone. Sure, most humans love dogs, but they might not be in a good place to care for a dog. Whether it’s time, money, or some other factor, not everyone can adopt a dog, no matter how much they want to. Therefore, many humans choose cats instead. (Click title to read more!)

Corgis have risen in popularity over the past few years. Nearly every human I know adores them, and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone say, “I NEED a Corgi!” Sadly, this causes many humans to buy Corgis without doing their research first. While many humans consider them to be adorable little dogs, they’re generally not the best breed for inexperienced dog parents. (Click title to read more!)

As a dog, I don’t watch TV much, but Molly does now and then. Every time she sees a rescue dog represented on screen, she gets excited. Adopting dogs should be the norm, so every time the media shows someone adopting instead of shopping, it’s heartwarming. So, I’ve compiled a list of some of Molly’s favorite shows that encourage dog adoption in one way or another. (Click title to read more!)

On social media, Molly recently saw a post shared by a Pit Bull lovers page. Instead of talking about how amazing Pit Bull breeds are, it was talking negatively about Chihuahuas. It was essentially saying that people should be judging Chihuahuas for aggressive behaviors, not Pit Bulls, and nearly everyone in the comments agreed. But how is that okay? How can you be mad at people talking badly about Pit Bulls, but then go on talking badly about a different breed? (Click title to read more!)