Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

For many humans, this might be a sad, sensitive topic. Yet, breakups and divorces happen, and it’s important to think about how it will affect all members of your family. Many humans spend so much time focusing on kids, property, and belongings during a breakup that they forget that pets will be affected too. So, who should get a dog during a breakup? And will your pets understand what’s happening? (Click title to read more!)

Getting a dog is a big responsibility, but if you live with someone else, then you’re not the only one affected by the adoption. Even if you plan to be the dog’s only caretaker, your roommate will still have to spend some time with the dog. So, your roommate should be included when you get a new pet, no matter how close you are to them. Here are some tips about adopting a dog if you live with another human. (Click title to read more!)

Hearts and Bones Rescue is a foster-based organization that has dogs in both Texas and New York. In those locations, they have a network of foster parents and other volunteers to help the dogs in their care find forever homes. By keeping all the dogs in home environments instead of at shelters, the dogs will …

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North Shore Animal League in New York is known as the world’s largest no-kill rescue. They work with over 2,000 different shelters around the world to make sure as many dogs find homes as possible. Their mission is: “Rescue. Nurture. Adopt. Educate.” This organization has been around since 1994, and they have spent every day …

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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!)

As you might have noticed, I try my best to avoid calling other dogs ‘pets’. It’s because I know the term can sometimes be thought of as hurtful. It’s very common for people to refer to their companion animals as pets, but I’ve noticed the term becoming less common among dog parents. I don’t have an issue with the term, but let’s take a look at why some humans use it. (Click title to read more!)

I’m sure everyone has heard about the horrors of leaving your dog in a hot car, but sadly, not everyone takes it seriously. Many dog lovers think everything will be okay if they are only gone for a few minutes or if they leave the window open a crack. However, dogs can easily die from this. The hotter the weather, the more dangerous it becomes. (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!)