Let’s start saving dogs by sharing their informations on twitter.
Millions of rescue dogs are looking for a new home, Millions of people are looking for a new dog, they just have to find each other! So I will try to do something good with my social reach, I will try to bring them together. If you want to help, just push the retweet button.
Here you can find some stories abaout saved dogs. Enjoy!
Weighing only 53 pounds and diagnoses with mange, bacterial infections, anemia, as well as a host of other issues when rescued, he recovered like a champ and moved into a loving foster home while awaiting adoption. More
Hugo, the 50KG rescue mastiff/boxer cross with a tennis ball surprise! More
A little puppy manages to get an empty box stuck on her head, but not to worry – her rescuer has arrived to save her! Such teamwork! More
Sadie is a 6-year-old German Shepherd/Border Collie cross who was adopted from an animal shelter in 2009. She loves learning new tricks and recently learned to play the piano. Watch as she turns it on and plays a few notes! More
A sleeping little girl takes an afternoon nap alongside a boxer puppy, a pit bull and two chihuahuas. Cuteness overload! More
We can not always afford the price of a purebred puppy. Life and family get in the way, competing for the finances. This is where Dog Rescues can step into the breach and fill a need.
As dogs are pack animals, it is important to understand that they are always aware of their position in the pack. This pack will encompass you, your family, other pets and of course all the dogs in the household. The Alpha dog or pack leader is seen by your dog as the leader and protector […] More
How to adopt a dog? Learn what it needs to adopt a pup into your life and make it a success story! More
Bloat in dogs is considered the second cause of death in dogs after cancer. Bloat is also known as Gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV), “twisted stomach” or “stomach torsion. No matter what you want to call it bloat is a very serious condition that needs immediate attention. More