Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

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!)

If you’ve had a dog before, you’ve probably heard the term ‘double coat’ at least once. However, there are actually many dog parents that are still unsure of what this term means, even if they have a dog with a double coat. So, its important to learn about this special coat type before you accidentally harm your dog’s hair or fur. (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!)

When most people think of celebrities, they think of people with a lot of money. Sadly, many rich people spend money without a second thought, especially when it comes to dogs. Because of this, I often see celebrities buying puppies instead of adopting, which breaks my heart. However, there are actually a lot of famous people that do support dog adoption, and they proudly talk about their own rescue dogs a lot. (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!)

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!)