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February 2017

2017 is off to a GREAT start

By | February 22nd, 2017|adopt, Dog Rescue, Dog Toys, Foster, Pet Healthcare, rescue, special needs dogs, Uncategorized|

 2017 has gotten off on the right paw!   Six of our pups have been adopted and 3 more are in the wings just waiting for home visits Daniel   Habika Olive     Feta Percy Jack Quincy will be saying "Ciao y'all" on [...]

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November 2016

Foster to Forever

By | November 18th, 2016|Dog Rescue, Foster, rescue, special needs dogs, Uncategorized|

When we take on a new dog, it is our goal to immediately place him/her in a loving foster home.  Foster homes are an essential part to helping the dogs by providing a stimulating and nurturing environment prior to adoption. This is the ideal situation for a rescue dog's transition to a permanent home as it helps to [...]

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July 2016

Website

By | July 22nd, 2016|Dog Rescue, Uncategorized|

We are so excited to announce the launch of our new website!   It's been a fun process and we want to thank our Webmaster Tracy Sweeney for all her hard work and patience.

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May 2016

Repressed Hostility

By | May 28th, 2016|Safety Tips, Uncategorized|

by Michael Chill LOS ANGELES, CA Client: "My dog is suffering from a severe case of repressed hostility." MC:"What seems to be the problem?" Client:"I just told you.  He's suffering from a severe case of repressed hostility." MC:"No, I mean, what is he doing?" Client: "He's repressing hostility!  I’m a psychiatrist; I know these things." [...]

March 2016

Claws on Paws

By | March 10th, 2016|Pet Healthcare, Uncategorized|

Important Facts to Prevent "Claw Damage" and Keep Your Pet's Feet Healthy By Jon Bernstein, DVM Claws are complex structures that are derived from modified skin tissue overlying bone of the end of the digit.  Claws serve many functions, including prehension, predation, aggression, defense, and locomotion. Despite these attributes, claws are sometimes a cause for [...]