Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt ๐Ÿ’•

Now, I know the title of this post might sound harsh, but hear me out. Almost every family wants a puppy. And who can blame them? Puppies are cute, tiny, and it’s fun to see them grow into their big puppy paws. But as I’ve said before, don’t bring home a new animal just because they’re cute. Even if you think puppies are the cutest things in the world, they might not be right for you. Here are some reasons that most people aren’t ready for a puppy. (Click title to read more!)

Adding a new family member is never easy. This seems like an obvious statement, but many humans forget. They expect their new dog to magically fit into their family, but that isn’t realistic. Change is hard for everyone, especially dogs, who love routines. I’ll admit, I even had my troublemaking days when Molly first adopted me, but now, we’re the best of friends. So, if you’re planning to adopt a new dog, be patient and keep the following tips in mind. (Click title to read more!)

If you have a blog like mine, you know that there will be a lot of spam comments. Most of them get filtered out by Wordpress, but every once in a while, I’ll find someone advertising something on my blog. Most of the time, I don’t mind too much, but last week, Molly and I saw a comment that made us both very angry. So, we wanted to remind readers to be careful when reading or posting content online. (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!)

Whenever someone asks Molly where she got me or how long she’s had me, she always makes a point to say that she adopted me. She wants the world to know that even high demand breeds like me can be a rescue and that adopting is so important. However, we’ve noticed that some people use the word “adopt” even when they didn’t adopt their dog. (Click title to read more!)