Archive for Animal Rescue – Page 2

Experienced Stray Dog Rescue Team Needed

Stray Dog in Danger on in traffic on 114 in Texas

11 December 2013 A Scared and Stray Dog is Running Across the Freeway – Need Experienced Rescuer to Help Save Her! Guest Post by Maryann Izzarelli, The Puchelli Foundation NOTE: Please do not chase this dog; he/she is fearful and may run into traffic endangering her and the people traveling along the roadway! CONTACT if you
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Abandoned Dog Finds A Home

Abandoned dog adopted after photo went viral on Pawsitively Texas on Facebook

3 December 2013 Good Samaritan Saves Abandoned Dog; Pawsitively Texas Networkers Help Find A Home! The plea came to Facebook for a little dog that had been found tied to a tree at an abandoned house and I shared the adorable, little one on the Pawsitively Texas Facebook page on November 25. Barbara wrote “There were
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An Update on Elvis the Adopted Dog!

Elvis, adopted Texas dog at the vet

21 November 2013 New Mom, Sara provided an update and more photos of the beloved shelter dog, Elvis. If you missed the story of how Elvis was adopted and became a member of Sara’s family, click here to read! (I just LOVE Elvis’ eyes!). This wonderful dog’s life was saved because of the volunteers and
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Who Would Want This Dog? From Abuse to Love – a Story of Hope!

Max, saved from abuse, adopted into love

21 November 2013 Guest Post by Brittany Londergan, Aransas County Texas Animal Shelter Volunteer, with Megan, Ronel, Emily, Tish, Jared and Kathy There is Always Hope – Max’s Story It is through tears of joy that we share this VERY special update. Max came to Aransas County Animal Control (ACAC) in July as a cruelty
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Shelter Dog Adopted After Photo Goes Viral

Hilarious photo helps Elvis, the shelter dog, get adopted from the Mineral Wells, Texas shelter.

20 November 2013 On Friday, November 15, Lee Ann from the Weatherford, Texas group Parker Pets Alive emailed Elvis’ photo to assure I knew about him. He was in Mineral Wells, Texas, a small, rural shelter about an hour west of Fort Worth. The photo the shelter page had posted of Elvis was absolutely adorable; I
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Pets Before Profit – A New Breed of Business! Introducing Pet Rescue Rx

Pet Rescue Rx Founder Glenn Buckley DVM

12 November 2013 New Pet Pharmacy Adopts Non-Profit Business Model to Support Homeless Pets! They’re giving away 100% of Profits! People need pharmaceutical products to care for their pets; in fact, it’s a multi-billion dollar annual industry. Animal rescues and shelters need funds to care for the homeless pets in their community. Three to four
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Hounds Helping Heroes Heal H4

Rescue Dogs Helping Veterans Suffering from PTSD

11 November 2013 In 2011, I was blessed to share a group called PV2, a non-profit training rescue dogs to help service men and women dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This year, I’m excited to tell you about Hounds Helping Heroes Heal (H4), a Texas organization with a similar mission! Texas Organization Trains Rescue
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Offensive Photo Saves the Life of Homeless Dogs

Rescued mother dog and puppy

2 November 2013 Dog Rescue … a tragic life transformed by the love of a street rescue team in Houston, Texas You may have seen the photo making the rounds on Facebook and social media. Someone shared the heartbreaking photo of an abused and neglected dog with the offensive and callous-hearted caption “Lol only in
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Creative Pet Adoption Strategy – Must See!

Animal Farm Foundation Creative Pet Adoption

31 October 2013 Very Cute & Creative Pet Adoption … Help Coltrane Find His Loving Adoptive Family! Coltrane is available for adoption and Animal Farm Foundation is brilliantly using creativity to help generate awareness for this adorable fella! Three reasons why this adoption promotion is so great: 1. Timely and Seasonal! Fall is in the
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Tiko and Mischi – Two Rescued Dogs

Tiko and Mischi ... two sleeping dogs

31 October 2013 TIKO & MISCHI SLEEPING ON THE JOB … I used to work in the corporate world where it seemed someone always had a problem with another. Now the only problem I have with co-workers is they sleep on the job or interrupt my work for a treat, walk, or just to wag
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