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My Saint

Our story began the same day she was "owner surrendered" at the local shelter I volunteer.

This beautiful girl refused to eat for the next week. She simply laid there as if she was waiting for her end to come. 18 days later, chronic renal failure was diagnosed…

Read About How Her Life Was Saved! »

Whose Nose Is It Anyway?

Dog nose challenge

Every doggie sniffer is different, but it might be enough to identify the breed. Are you up to the challenge?

Dharma

The Road To Recovery

Like so many horses during troubled economic times, Dharma, a young mare, was severely neglected. Fortunately she was rescued and brought to a sanctuary, but then she sustained an injury that became infected. Her journey to a loving forever family was interrupted.

She needed life-saving surgery.

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Help Save Dogs From This Barbaric Festival!

In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. This cruel and inhumane festival kills an estimated 10,000 dogs per year. The dogs are kept in small cages, suffer from neglect, and are not humanely killed - it is brutal. Worse, many of these dogs are stolen pets—some of them still wearing their collars.

Many organizations have come together to try to stop the festival, and volunteers have by hook or crook tried to save as many dogs as they can. Recently, the San Diego Humane Society took 26 dogs under its wing, with many more expected to arrive soon. Slowly, these dogs are being taught to forget their fear and remember how to play, how to trust, and most importantly, how to love. One day, they may be able to find a forever home.

You can help the San Diego Humane Society care for and rehabilitate these sweet pups.

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