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10 Healthy Reasons to get a Dog

1. Dogs improve heart health Dogs don’t just fill your heart; they actually make it stronger. Studies show that having a canine companion is linked to lower blood pressure, reduced cholesterol, and decreased triglyceride levels, which contribute to better overall cardiovascular health and fewer heart attacks. What’s more, dog owners who do have heart attacks have better […]

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Woody Video

  Woody was left alone don’t let this happen to your pet. Get Your Pet Care Plan Here

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Isis- 11 Year old Pit Bull-luckily her parent made a Plan

Thankfully Isis had an owner who knew how importnat it was to plan for her care. Sheba didn’t and she sadly waited in a shelter just wanting to go home. An 11-year-old pit bull terrier was at the side of her owner when the man died in April in his Pittsburgh home. The man had […]

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Rescues make the Best Friends-Check out this video

Happy Spring. Who doesn’t love a feel good video.        

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Woody was Alone for a Year when his owner died

Could you imagine this happening to your Pet? 600,000 times a year pets end up in shelters when the owner dies. That could be 600,000 Woody’s out there. Please help us prevent this type of sad event. Even though Woody has a happy ending he shouldn’t have had to endure for so long without a […]

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Great book on Animal Friends

About the Author Jennifer Holland is a senior writer for National Geographic magazine, specializing in science and natural history. She lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with her husband, two dogs, and dozens of snakes and geckos; none of whom, to her dismay, have crossed the species barrier to befriend the others. Learn more about the animals featured […]

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Spring Not Happy Season for All

  For most of us, the unusually warm spring that much of the country is experiencing is a welcome relief from winter. But for people who work in animal shelters, it signals an early start to the most dreaded time of year: kitten and puppy season. Dogs and cats reproduce year-round, but early spring through […]

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