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Spring Naturals #BestOfBreeds Campaign! HINT: There’s a Giveaway!

If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed the tweets by Spring Naturals that mention me. It’s a part of their #BestofBreeds campaign. Each month they profile a different breed of dog, and this month is the Alaskan Malamute! They tweet interesting facts about the breed and promote adoption. There are LOTS of Alaskan … Continue reading

Help a Shelter This Holiday Season!

Oh Dog! It’s almost time to start talking ’bout the H-word: HOLIDAYS! And just as we did last year, we’re asking you to help support the Santa Paws Drive. The Santa Paws Drive collects toys and money to support shelters during the holiday season. In the past three years, this drive has approximately $30,000 in toys, … Continue reading

A Wish for Stray Kitty

A little Stray Kitty, so skinny and sad Came into my back yard, looking so bad. She asked me to help her find something to eat My heart couldn’t say no to someone so sweet.     The vet says she’s 8 years if she’s a day. Her skin was infected but will be OK. … Continue reading

Staying Safe Online! by Phoebe the Cyber Crime Dog

Hi! I’m Phoebe The Cyber Crime Dog! Yep, I really do fight cyber crime and I have the badge to prove it (my collar ID tag). What do I do? Well, I’m the official mascot for Working to Halt Online Abuse – Kids/Teen Division (WHO@ KTD) at http://www.haltabusektd.org. My human mom, Jayne Hitchcock, is president and … Continue reading

Rescue Dogs are Not Rejects!

Oh Dog!  I have another guest blogger!  Today’s guest is Rainbow Diamond.  She is the Anti-puppymill Spokesdog for Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas.  You can find out more information about their rescue and rehabilitation efforts at http://www.ddrtx.org.  You can also find Rainbow on Facebook. There are a lot of misconceptions about dogs in rescue organizations. People … Continue reading

A Tale of Rescue, or How Jen and Me Came to Be

I know my story is not unique; nonetheless, it serves as a cautionary tale.  Trust me when I say that not all can be saved, so choose carefully when you decide to rescue a human. I first met Jen on a warm October day.  I was happy as could be, enjoying a nice walk after … Continue reading

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