Mabel the Rescue Dog

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When I first came up with this article idea, I had no idea that a majority of the population would get the chance to work from home. As a freelance writer, Molly always works from home with me by her side, but ever since the coronavirus pandemic started, it’s become more of a norm for people. (Click title to read more!)

There have been lots of news stories about another dog testing positive in the United States. I want to share the information that I know about it so that dog parents can be aware, but remember, there’s no need to panic. I just feel that it’s better to know what’s going on than to ignore it. (Click title to read more!)

Hi everyone! It’s Mabel here! As mentioned in a recent update post, I would like to occasionally make some personal blog posts about my life as a rescue dog. Obviously, I haven’t been up to much lately, but quarantine isn’t all bad! For me, quarantine isn’t too different from my normal life. It’s sad that …

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With so many humans getting COVID-19, there just aren’t enough tests for everyone! Luckily, dogs might be able to provide a solution for this problem. Dogs have been known to sniff out different human health concerns such as cancer and low blood sugar, so scientists are currently looking to see if these pups can also smell the coronavirus. (Click title to read more!)

Sicknesses in humans and dogs are not the same, but you might’ve noticed that some health problems are fairly similar for both of us. With the coronavirus pandemic going on right now, it’s common for people to worry about this more. For the most part, humans and dogs won’t get sick from each other, but there are some instances where it’s possible. (Click title to read more!)

With all the chaos going on at the moment, I felt like I had to make an article on this topic. Anything new and unfamiliar can be scary for humans, which is why so many people were quick to panic with the news of the coronavirus. Since I’m just a dog, I don’t know much about how it affects humans, but I just wanted to share some information about if you should be worried about your furry friend. (Click title to read more!)