10 Reasons Why You Found a Dog

Mar 26, 2015 | No Comments

Many well-meaning folks will find a dog and then jump to some pretty heinous conclusions about how the dog ended up needing to be found in the first place. If you’ve found a dog, first please read our post on What To Do If You’ve Found a Dog And then check out some reasons that may […]

What is a Microchip? How does it work?

May 18, 2014 | No Comments

A microchip is a wonderful device that is about the size of a long grain rice, and I can’t express how much I love this product. It rests just under an animal’s skin and its a way for them to be identified for life. As most pet owners know, tags fall off or wear down […]

10 Signs of an Improper and Irresponsible Tether Set Up

Mar 5, 2014 | No Comments

The dog is attached to the tie out with a training collar such as a choke, prong, or martingale. The ONLY safe collar to use with a tie out is a regular fitted buckle collar. You should also never use a harness to attach a dog to a tether because many dogs will simply chew […]

Guest Post: Chains Don’t Abuse Dogs, People Do

Apr 1, 2013 | No Comments

Author: Paul Clifton Posted originally here and reposted with permission from the Responsible Owners Against Anti-Tethering Legislation facebook page Last night I had some people bugging me about tethering, saying it was cruel and that they supported anti-tethering laws, “why have a dog if you’re just going to leave it outside” etc etc. So last […]

31 Tips to Finding a Rental with Your Targeted Breed

Mar 2, 2013 | No Comments

It’s not fair, but it happens every day – many rental management companies and many private landlords do not rent to people with Targeted Breeds, such as Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes. Whether it’s due to an insurance blacklist or media hype, renters often have an uphill battle when they find they need to […]

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