Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

I’ve known about the Wisconsin Humane Society for a while now because Molly and I used to live in Wisconsin! When she was looking for a dog, she stopped by some of their locations. However, I decided to write about them because they’ve been in the news a lot lately and I think it’s good …

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This is the first breed-specific rescue I’ve decided to write about, and that’s because I think what they’re doing is very important. As the name implies, Greyhound Pets of America specializes is finding homes for Greyhounds, most of which are former racing dogs. They have Greyhounds available in most states. Greyhound racing is almost illegal …

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Operation Paws for Homes (OPH) is a volunteer-powered organization that is different than your typical shelter or rescue. Molly occasionally volunteers to write dog bios for them to help the dogs find homes sooner. She’s personally seen what an amazing and kind group of humans they are! This organization doesn’t have one physical location. Instead, …

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Mikey’s Chance Canine Rescue is another rescue that Molly and I learned about after seeing it on the news recently. This rescue is in Washington, but all the dogs are in individual foster homes in the area. They focus specifically on saving high-risk dogs in Washington and Idaho. They typically look for dogs that have …

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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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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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