One of the biggest reasons humans should adopt is because many dogs are euthanized just to save space in shelters. There are only a few states that have no kill shelters (I heard that Delaware was recently labeled the first no-kill shelter state!) So, sadly, no dog is really safe in the majority of the other states, which is why humans need to adopt more often. (Click title to read more!)
When many people adopt a dog, they only look for the youngest dogs. Most families want a dog that they can spend a long time with. This is understandable, especially since I know that’s how Molly felt about me. However, there are so many senior dogs out there that have a hard time finding a forever home. Many of them have been through a lot, so there are lots of reasons to consider adopting a senior dog over a younger pup. (Click title to read more!)
Hi, my name is Max! I am a Lab mix, and my family thinks I’m possibly a Red Lab. I was adopted from Fox Valley Humane Association after being shipped up from Arkansas. I don’t remember much before I was adopted, but I was very shy and scared of nearly everything!
Last week, I came across an awesome post on another dog website, so I wanted to share it! This was a post made on Harley’s Dream, which is a site that is dedicated to putting an end to puppy mills.
Hi, my name is Ozzie! I was rescued back in 2014, and I was only 1 year old at the time. I originally came from Alabama, but I was sent to JR’s Pups-N-Stuff in Wisconsin to avoid a high-kill shelter. I met my family for the first time at a foster event at a PetCo. …
This is a special article in honor of Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week. My mom, Molly, worked on a writing project where she wrote about a rescue dog that would be considered “less adoptable” despite her loving nature. However, when she was researching, she found that there are so many dogs out there that need a chance in the spotlight. Therefore, she decided to showcase some of the other dogs that she considered for the article on my blog! (Click title to read more!)
This week (September 16th-22nd) is Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week! For those of you that are not familiar with this week, it is a great opportunity to encourage adoption and help out the dogs that have been searching for a home for a long time. (Click the title to read more!)