Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Even though the saying is that “dogs are a man’s best friend”, many people assume that women are bigger dog lovers than men. As a dog, it’s hard for me to tell, but I can agree that most girls seem more “dog crazy” than boys. However, a recent study actually proved that this common assumption is wrong! (Click title to read more!)

There are a lot of dog breeds out there. In fact, there are so many dog breeds that most people haven’t even heard of them all. However, that doesn’t mean that they’ve all been discovered. Recently, the AKC announced that they are now recognizing a new dog breed: the Belgian Laekenois. (Click title to read more!)

For a long time, there has been a debate about whether or not grain-free dog food is linked to dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs. I have written about this topic in the past, but I wanted to give an update on some positive new information. New research helps confirm that grain-free food is not bad dog food. (Click title to read more!)

I recently came across a Facebook post that opened my eyes to something interesting. As you may know, flat-faced dogs like me are prone to breeding problems. Yet, humans continue to purposely breed dogs that way because they think it looks cuter. However, it looks like changes will be made soon. (Click title to read more!)

As important as adopting dogs is, many people don’t realize the seriousness of the situation. The truth is, the problem is even bigger than most dog lovers could ever imagine. One Hundred Dogs and Counting by Cara Sue Achterberg shows readers an in-depth look on the problems in this world and helps people see that adopting dogs is even more important than we realize. (Click title to read more!)

Train is Molly’s favorite band. You probably know them by some of their many hits such as “Drops of Jupiter”, “Hey, Soul Sister”, and “Play That Song”. Just when Molly thought she couldn’t love them more than she already does, they did something incredible for their new single. (Click title to read more!)

I am happy to announce that the USDA has finally made some changes to their requirements! Sadly, even puppy mill breeders can have a USDA license because the restrictions are not very detailed and they are rarely enforced. Hopefully, these new rules can change that and help save more dogs. (Click title to read more!)