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Doug Schlien Animal Rescue Fort Lauderdale Florida
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Why Rescue a Dog?
Doug Schlien's Animal Rescue Blog


Why Rescue?


The best answer we can give to Why Rescue? is simple: You’ll save a dog’s life. There are so many healthy, lovable dogs scheduled for euthanasia in shelters right now that it just doesn’t make sense to pay a breeder for an animal. Rescue dogs are intelligent, emotional beings who deserve a chance at a long, happy life.
Bonding

Most rescue dogs have had a rough start. Because of this, they truly blossom into loving, confident companions in the right environment. When treated kindly, rescue dogs will form a lifelong bond with you and be forever grateful for their new happy life.
That Warm Fuzzy Feeling
The personal rewards you’ll get from deciding to rescue are large. Knowing that you helped save just one of the many wonderful dogs who would have otherwise been eutha


Doug
http://www.dougschlien.com/uncategorized/why-rescue-a-dog-2/

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Why Rescue a Dog?
Doug Schlien's Animal Rescue Blog


Why Rescue?


The best answer we can give to Why Rescue? is simple: You’ll save a dog’s life. There are so many healthy, lovable dogs scheduled for euthanasia in shelters right now that it just doesn’t make sense to pay a breeder for an animal. Rescue dogs are intelligent, emotional beings who deserve a chance at a long, happy life.
Bonding

Most rescue dogs have had a rough start. Because of this, they truly blossom into loving, confident companions in the right environment. When treated kindly, rescue dogs will form a lifelong bond with you and be forever grateful for their new happy life.
That Warm Fuzzy Feeling
The personal rewards you’ll get from deciding to rescue are large. Knowing that you helped save just one of the many wonderful dogs who would have otherwise been eutha


Doug
http://www.dougschlien.com/uncategorized/why-rescue-a-dog/

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Be Happier!
Doug Schlien's Animal Rescue Blog
Be Happier!
Dog owners are less likely to suffer from depression than non-pet owners. Even for those people who do become clinically depressed, having a pet to take care of can help them out of a depressive episode, in some cases more effectively even than medication. Since taking care of a dog...

Doug Schlien
http://www.dougschlien.com/uncategorized/be-happier/

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Tips for adopting a dog
Doug Schlien's Animal Rescue Blog
Before You Take Your Dog Home
Most rescues and some shelters evaluate our dogs for temperament and interaction with other dogs on an ongoing basis. Most dogs in shelters and rescues have been there anywhere from a few days to several months.  So even though when adopted they are going to a home w...

Doug Schlien
http://www.dougschlien.com/uncategorized/tips-for-adopting-a-dog/

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adoptable
Doug Schlien's Animal Rescue Blog

 
Her name is Biscuit and she is an American Bully. She is 2 years old and very kind. Good with people and dogs and absolutely loves kids.
Ready for adoption.


Doug Schlien
http://www.dougschlien.com/uncategorized/adoptable/

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