All Things Cancer

This past May, I had to let my soul pup go. Duke had been diagnosed with mast cell cancer and it finally came time for me to say goodbye and release him. I arranged a fluffy blanket under a

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Why We Skip the Lyme & Bordatella Vaccines

Having rescue dogs means vaccinations are something that are very important, however, that does not mean we give our dogs all vaccines as we do have some concerns with a few of the other non core vaccines. Many vets

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Best Pet Supplements

It has been very hot and humid where I live and I have an older pup who is prone to allergies. Halfway through our walk the other day, he threw himself down for a rest and a belly rub.

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Let’s Talk Heartworm Disease!

It’s Summertime, and we know what that means…. longer days, warmer temps, picnics, and… mosquitos! Those dreaded invaders can darken anyone’s sunshine, put the kibosh on your party and leave your pet at risk for a life-threatening heartworm infection.

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How to Make Your Own Dog Food

When it comes to choosing the best food for your pets, it can be so very overwhelming. Depending on who you ask, you can get a million different responses on what the best diet is for dogs. Grain-free, raw,

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Keep Your Pup Safe this 4th!

If you are a true dog lover like I am, the 4th of July is more hectic than it is enjoyable and that is because fireworks are so very scary for most pups and instead of planning what I

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Dog DNA Testing

One of the most fun parts of dog rescue, to me at least, is guessing all of the possible breeds your new pup might be! Because there is no way to know what exact breed you are getting when

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Supporting H.Res.401

One of the most common questions we get asked each day is how can we stop these horrific crimes against animals from happening forever!? While it is quite complicated and we are years away from a solution, the only

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5 Secrets to a Successful Adoption!

Beginning from the very FIRST SECOND that your dog enters your house they are absorbing information like a sponge. If you’re smart – you’ll take advantage of this time and get your dog off on the right paw. Here’s

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Welcoming an International Pet Home

Congrats! If you are reading this, we will assume that you are about to be the proud new parent of a rescue dog and we could not be more excited for you! Because these animals are coming over from

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