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Notes to adopters

September 5, 2019

Adopter notes/tips Young childrenAlways introduce children slowly to the new dog to determine the compatibility and the attitude of the new dog toward youngsters. Even after the initial introduction,¬†always¬†have an adult supervisor around when your child is with the new dog. The new dog and your catIf possible, we will cat test your new dog […]

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Mental stimulation and enrichment: what is it anyway, and why?

September 3, 2019

We often talk about ensuring a dog has both sufficient mental and physical stimulation.Understandably, that can sometimes be a bit confusing.Here’s an article that goes into more detail about what exactly that can be. Mental stimulation and enrichment

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Strut your Mutt 2019!

August 25, 2019

Join us at Strut your Mutt in any of the three places listed!Strut is the MAJOR fundraising event for us every year. This year has seen many more senior dogs in rescue, and many more medical cases, which naturally use up a great deal of our funds – today alone, we are faced with a […]

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