Here is just one short story about how a man with Mulitple sclerosis, rescued a an older dog from Death Row. The dog shows his love and gratitude by being a faithful service dog.
Consider adopting an older dog or being afoster parent to a dog whose family is in a crisis.
This is Tacks (short for Attacks With Love). He is my son's service dog.
DEATH ROW DOG Tacks was on Death Row at the dog pound when the future love of his life rescued him. The staff at the animal shelter knew he was so extra loving that they named him "Attacks With Love".
My son had been looking for a dog to train to assist him as his health deteriorated. He had finally been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. After some time stuck in a wheel chair, he was given a break by going through chemo therapy. He was able to walk again. He needed a very special dog to encourage him while he took his careful steps as he learned to walk again.
Law enforcement officers and officials with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) descended upon a rescue organization in Montgomery County, Texas on T (RT @oknative09: Over 300 dogs seized from Texas rescue organization
We are asking for all bloggers to unite with us against animal abuse. Even if you don't blog you can still Tweet, or LIKE on Face book, Pin on Pinterest and + on Google + or more. Hey, even call your local news station and newspaper. How about donating ca$h to a rescue organization of your choice? Our favorite is AARF in Colorado Springs. http://www.aarfhelp.org/happy-tails.html ; You could volunteer or make a decision to foster an older animal in need instead of buying form a puppy mill that should be shut down with the animals rescued.
Here's the link for more information to help animals in need of change.
By Patrick Mahaney, VMD, CVA Veterinarian, Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. Upon adopting a pet, most owners don't consider the possibility their canine or feline companion could develop a condition such as diabetes.
Shelter to start 'puppy fostering' program Atmore Advance Renee Jones, director of the Humane Society of Escambia County, said families looking for a calm, well-socialized puppy may find it difficult, when the puppy has been in a shelter with...
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All bloggers an world wide social medai are encouraged to join 1.000's in particapating in thei one day event to bring about awarenees of the plight of abuse and nelgected dogs. for more information go to Bloggers Unite for Dog Rescue July 23, 2012 http://goo.gl/e4v2I via@CindylusMu
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