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Shelter Sunday: Pugsly / Companion Animal Outreach Society / Red Deer, Alberta, CA

Pugsly AB

Meet Pugsly! He’s a mix of Basset Hound and American Staffordshire Terrier. Here’s what he has to say about himself.

Nice to Meet You!! Hi my name is Pugsly! I may be on the short side but I am ready to show you how fast I can run!! I am a busy body so would be looking for someone who is active. I am still working on my manners but hey I am just a teenager after all!! I like other dogs and LOVE human companions! If you are interested in adopting me please call 587-272-0390 or email [email protected]

Pugsly is currently a guest of Companion Animal Outreach Society in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. If you’re in those parts, why not contact the shelter to meet Pugsly and all of his friends.

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

From the Today Show: Things To Know Before Adopting a Dog

Dr. Evan Antin (named Sexiest Veterinarian Alive by People magazine) joins co-host Susan Lucci and Kathie Lee Gifford on National Puppy Day to explain everything you need to know before adopting a new furry friend. He brings along some sweet pups that are just waiting for some snuggles! (From 2017.)

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Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Easing the Adoption Transition

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From the Friends of the Aiken County (SC) Animal Shelter, as reported by The Augusta Chronicle: five tips for making your dog adoption a success. (My comments are also included.)

1. Prepare by purchasing the things you need before you bring the dog home. Reduce your stress by having the bowls, leash, toys, crate, bed, and other necessities before the dog ever gets there, which will help ease the dog’s stress as well. Continue reading Easing the Adoption Transition

Shelter Sunday: Chica / Loving Companions Animal Rescue / North Pole, AK

Loving Companions Animal Rescue
Loving Companions Animal Rescue

Meet Chica! Chica, a young Husky mix, had her babies and was an excellent mother. Now she’s ready to find a home of her own. She’s a beautiful husky, very shy and sweet, just overall a beautiful soul. She is house trained and good with other dogs and children. She is currently in the care of Loving Companions Animal Rescue in North Pole, Alaska.

If you live near the North Pole, first of all, put in a good word for us with Santa. Then go meet Chica and all of her friends.

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

The Return of Shelter Sunday: Diva / Sanctuary Animal Rescue / Alabaster, AL

Diva / Sanctuary Animal Rescue
Diva / Sanctuary Animal Rescue

Meet Diva! Diva is a 3 year old pit mix. She’s super sweet and loves a good run around the yard playing. She’s a great snuggler and is quiet in the house. Diva doesn’t like to share her family, so she must be an only dog. She requires a fully fenced yard (no pens, no invisible fencing, no apartments). She loves to go on long walks or hikes and is very adventurous. Diva is as loyal as they come. She bonds quickly with her person and showers them with her never ending hugs and kisses.

Please submit a questionnaire for my website if you’re interested in meeting her. We do not do out-of-state adoptions, so you must be in Alabama in order to qualify to adopt.

Diva is available from Sanctuary Animal Rescue in Alabaster, AL. Access their Adoption Questionnaire.

If you live in Alabama, why not contact Sanctuary Animal Rescue to find out more about Diva and her friends?

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Adopt vs. Shop

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Bigstock.com

Did you read today’s Dear Abby? The letter writer brought up the age-old debate of adopt vs. shop when getting a new dog. To summarize, the writer was upset that people continually questioned her as to whether or not she rescued her new dog, implying that purchasing a purebred was to be frowned upon.

Abby’s response brought up two important points: Continue reading Adopt vs. Shop

every girl crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man

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Photo courtesy GoFundMe
From WEWS in Cleveland: Meet Sir Darius Brown. This handsome 13-year old makes bow ties to help animals get adopted from shelters.

Born with a fine motor delay, Sir Darius needed a project to help him catch up. His mom, a hairdresser, enlisted his help to make hair bows, but soon realized he needed something more. She gave him the supplies to make bow ties, at first for himself, then for shelter animals who arrived in New Jersey from the south after Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Continue reading every girl crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man

I Knew I Liked Coors Light

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BigStockPhoto. No dogs became drunk at this photo shoot.

Yesterday I posted that Kansas City Chiefs’ defensive tackle, Derrick Nnadi had pledged to pay the adoption fees of every dog in the KC Pet Project shelter. Not to be outdone, Coors Light is now promising to help with adoption fees across the country from now until February 21, 2020. Here’s how it works: Continue reading I Knew I Liked Coors Light