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  • Dog Walks Virtually in the Time of COVID-19

    Dog Walks Virtually in the Time of COVID-19

    I just received a notice from the good folks at the Southeastern Guide Dogs about how they are thinking outside of the box because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of holding their annual Walkathons, that annually brings in more than one million dollars for this very well-deserving organization, they will be holding “virtual” experiences instead. […] More

  • Puppies Get a Second Chance After Being Rescued From a Vehicle Fire

    Puppies Get a Second Chance After Being Rescued From a Vehicle Fire

    It was late January when the Mesa Fire Department in Arizona rescued two Shar Pei puppies from a car that crashed and caught fire. According to news reports, the crash happened at gas station just before midnight on January 29. After losing control and slamming into one of the pumps, the driver fled, leaving the […] More

  • Success for Shelter Dog Sleepovers

    Success for Shelter Dog Sleepovers

    Raider arrived at the Arizona Humane Society in January of 2020 from an overcrowded shelter through Project Reach Out, which allows AHS to accept dogs from other animal welfare agencies that are running out of kennel space. Though his many volunteer and staff member buddies gave him daily enrichment, walks, and play time, Raider needed a […] More

  • Two Nepali Street Dogs Travel 7,000 Miles to New Homes in the US

    If you’re anything like me, you can only stomach an injured animal story, if you know it has a happy ending. Rest assured – both of these stories have wonderful endings. The two dogs featured in this article were living on the streets of Nepal’s capital city, Kathmandu. Each had  suffered a horrendous injury and […] More