Are you a Corgi lover? Are you on Facebook? Now you can combine the two by joining the Facebook group called Disapproving Corgis. The group is dedicated to sharing pictures of Corgis giving the side eye. I didn’t know they were so hard to please!
Sharing a story today from the small town of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, which points out the power of Facebook.
A random Good Samaritan named Kelly Gray posted on her Facebook page that three dogs were left outside in the extreme cold we’ve been experiencing here in Ohio: The dogs in the Kirby puppy mill are freezing with no water and no one takes action! Who can help!! She also uploaded a few pictures and a video of the cold Beagles. The post was shared over 6700 times, prompting action from the Wyandot County Sheriff and Humane Society. Continue reading The Power of Facebook→
If you are in northern California (specifically near the Tubbs fire), please consider fostering displaced animals. And if you have an animal that needs to be fostered due to the fire, you now have a new resource to turn to.
There is a Facebook page dedicated to those animals affected by the Tubbs fire. You can join the group to post lost and found notices, to offer to foster, or to try to place your animal with one of your loving neighbors in the area.
Here’s the link or you can simply search for Community Foster For Tubbs Fire Animals on Facebook.
Just in case you didn’t know, both doggies.com and our sister site, breeders.net, have Facebook pages. The doggies.com page carries funny, heartwarming, and newsworthy information about dogs in general, while the breeders.net page focuses more specifically on purebreds.
The doggies page is getting awfully close to 10,000 likes – I’d sure love to see us break that record!
If you haven’t already done so, pop over to Facebook and give us a big thumbs up by clicking “Like Page”.