Sign the petition to repeal the breed bans in Denmark. Innocent lives are lost every day to this insanity. Step up and make your voice heard across the world. Profiling is wrong, whether it's race, creed or breed.
From hero to desperation and back. How a service dog makes all the difference in PTSD.
I found this video about how service dogs help veterans with PTSD, and often save their lives. I already know that WAY too many dogs die in shelters for a lack of a home every day in America and around the world. So clearly, the idea of getting them together is a win-win.
Check out the blog and video here.
There's a new fan page on Facebook that I think you will like. It's called Dog Fans for a Compassionate Shift and it's all about rescue success stories. I know that often people share the pets in need posts on Facebook and we hope it will do some good. We've occasionally seen an update that tells us one was saved and has a good home, but it's often pretty depressing, never really knowing if we have had any effect. Dog Fans for a Compassionate Shift was created to celebrate the successes and raise the spirits of rescuers at all levels. Go check it out and click on the like button. Then share it with others.
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