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CharlieDog and Friends, LLC
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Spread the word: Shelter pets make the world's best friends.
Spread the word: Shelter pets make the world's best friends.

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Rescues, you know how much time you spend on social media. Take a look at this offer. Then think of how you could use the extra time. Have some dogs in boarding? Let her write about them. Outstanding offer and too good to pass up!
Hey fellow animal lovers! I'm looking for rescues who need any pro bono social media or copywriting work done. If you run a rescue, let me know and I'll gladly offer my services.
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Fosters is our rescued Aussie Shepherd/Yellow Lab mutt. My family cannot imagine him not being in our lives.
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SHARE if you adopted a shelter pet and post their names!  Mine are Leo, Button and Girlie. <3

"Shelter dogs aren't broken, they've simply experienced more life than other dogs. If they were human, we would call them wise. They would be the ones with tales to tell and stories to write, the ones dealt a bad hand who responded with courage. Don't pity a shelter dog. Adopt one. And be proud to have their greatness by your side" ~ Source Unknown

#adoptdontshop   #animalrescue #shelterdogs
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Confession:  the picture on the left is mine.  I'm not proud, but it does show Phoenix, waiting outside New York ACC, just after she'd been pulled from the dreaded "list" by the Bully Project.  It shows her fearful (or at least uncertain) body language.  Picture on the right, that's from Tischmann Pet Photography.  Same dog, one week later.  She's in foster right now (with the new name of Holly).  Check out the confidence!   Team work makes the dream work, and in this case, it's a rescue and photographer and foster, all working together to find a home for one lucky dog.
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Great photo from a out-of-the-box-thinking event.  I'm a firm believer in hiking for dogs (and owners), because I've seen how a shelter dog can become a loose, relaxed, exercised pet after just a little while on the trail.  Kudos to Newark Humane Society!
Pack walk at the Watchung Reservation in #NewJersey  with some #adoptabledogs from the Newark Humane Society.
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Watchung Hike with adoptables from the Newark Humane Society April 2014
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Digby's got a great face...
Digby is an active and playful young man at Dogs Trust Loughborough looking for like-minded, fun loving people to share adventures with him!

He enjoys the company of people therefore would benefit from a new family who were around a lot of the time to settle him in.

An avid lover of toys, Digby is frequently seen carrying a toy around in his mouth which helps him relax. Once comfortable, Digby ...is sure to blossom into a charismatic and caring member of the family! He can live with young adults and following support and advice from our Behaviour Advisors could potentially live with a confident cat in his new home.

If you are interested in rehoming Digby, please contact the centre directly:

Dogs Trust Loughborough
Hill Farm
Wide Lane
Wymeswold
Leicestershire
LE12 6SE

Open: 12:00 - 16:00 including weekends

Late opening: Wednesday 12:00 - 19:30 (note: dogs can be viewed until 19.30 but visitors interested in rehoming must have completed a home finder questionnaire prior to 19:00)

Closed: Thursday

Tel: 01509 880 070
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Hi Everyone!  Please use only SEVEN words to describe what you do (pet-related) -- THANKS!
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HELP RATE THE RESCUES: Rescue is a labor of love.  It's also completely unregulated, with few rules and no oversight.  Help fix this; leave a review of a rescue group you've worked with, adopted from, donated to. 
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WALTER AND FRITZ: They've been best friends forever, and lived as strays for a long time. When they'd finally had enough of life on the streets, Walter (7) and Fritz (9) rushed up to a house together in Willamette, Oregon. But they couldn't stay.

So the two old buddies were brought to +willamettehumane society,  and yesterday, two old buddies went home. To a real home, where they'd never have to go it alone again. Together.
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