Author: Adrea

Myra, Mange, And Save A Greek Stray Rescue

June 17, 2018

Greece has a horrible problem with stray dogs and with that comes the health complications inherent with any situation of that type.  Local rescue organizations have been working furiously to do whatever they can to work with this population.  Myra, is an example of both the challenges that are currently happening in the country with […]

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Puppy Pile Leaves Two Having Big Tantrums

June 17, 2018

Nothing is worse than not being a part of something as these puppies so ably demonstrate.  While most of the gang is able to get comfortably tucked in, two are left on the outs and their objectives are not gone unnoticed. By the humans, anyway.  Their siblings don’t seem too concerned. It’s always hard to […]

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Between Two Dogs: New Book Captures Unique Moments

June 5, 2018

The photo that inspired Between Two Dogs © Shaina Fishman …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Photographer Shaina Fishman captured a picture early in her career that became the premise for her new book. A bulldog puppy biting an adult’s ear as the elder lays on her back, seemingly laughing at the little one’s exploits.  That particular image became the inspiration for […]

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Almost Home 2020 Initiative: Step 2 Is Collaboration

June 1, 2018

Photo: Living Free Animal Sanctuary …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Living Free Animal Sanctuary has put out a call to action to any and everyone who would like to see all shelters in the United States become no-kill by 2020.  It is a big message, but an important one, and getting the word out to people that can be […]

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Rescued Dog Escapes To Save Puppies

March 28, 2018

A rescued border collie-mix was nothing but skin and bones when the family coaxed her into their car.  Taking her home, she ate and slept, but on the third day grew restless. Something was not right. Nikki Jo Watkins shared the story of the dog she named “Gypsy” with ABC 23 and how she escaped […]

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Dogs Have Definite Opinion About Graded Papers

March 18, 2018

Sally had just finished grading a huge pile of papers, leaving them safely on the coffee table.  Or so she thought. “It happened 6 years ago, right at this time in the semester,” Sally shared. “I think the dogs were even more judgmental of the papers than I was!” Believe it or not, even the […]

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A Dog’s Purpose: Coming This January

December 5, 2017

Coming to theater’s this January, A Dog’s Purpose, based on the book of the same name by W. Bruce Cameron, may be one of the most touching dog stories of our time.  On the New York Bestseller’s list for two years, the story follows the tale of one dog whose spirit travels to come full circle, with […]

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