Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Like many dog lovers, Molly is quick to trust dog rescues. After all, they’re saving dogs in need out of the goodness of their hearts, so we need to be kind to them. But as it turns out, not every dog rescue can be trusted. Why? Well, because some of them aren’t rescues at all! (Click title to read more!)

Humans have a strange obsession with random animals. They see a cute animal and their instinct is to say, “I want one!” But a lot of the animals that humans love aren’t pets, they’re wild animals. And while it might seem easy and affordable to take an animal out of the wild and keep it, think again. Wild animals are not pets and shouldn’t be kept as domesticated animals. Here’s why. (Click title to read more!)

If you’ve ever adopted a dog before, you’ve probably noticed that large breeds are more common than small breeds at shelters and rescues. Oftentimes, this steers people away from adopting if they’re looking for a small dog. However, Molly prefers small dogs and she still adopts instead of shops, so it’s important for all humans to keep looking at rescues, even if they don’t find their perfect pup immediately. (Click title to read more!)

Pit Bulls are a fairly popular type of dog. Some people love them for their sweet personalities while others prefer their strong appearance. I know Molly adores Pit Bulls too, but what she doesn’t like is when people breed them. Of course, we don’t like dog breeding in general, but right now, there is no reason for people to breed Pit Bull breeds at all. (Click title to read more!)

Imagine adding an adorable puppy into your family. Even after only a short time together, you quickly bond. But then, imagine finding out that your puppy doesn’t officially belong to you, but instead, you had been tricked into leasing them. This might sound outrageous, but the concept of pet leasing is a real thing, and it’s not okay. (Click title to read more!)

You might notice that a lot of blogs and websites about dogs write lists about specific dog breeds. While these lists are fun to read and write, we don’t have any plans to write them unless they support adoption. It’s not because we don’t like them, but it’s because it’s not really what this blog is all about. (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!)

As many of you know, puppy mills are the one topic Molly and I feel most strongly about. If someone does decide to breed a dog (even though they should adopt instead), we would much, much rather see them go to a responsible breeder instead of supporting a puppy mill. However, sometimes it can be difficult to distinguish the two if you’re not careful. (Click title to read more!)