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Take Your Dog on Vacation

When we think of family trips, we often forget our four-legged family members. Our dogs love to see the sights and travel with the family. Dogs encourage us to be outside, get exercise and see the world around us. You can check out the 12 best Dog-Friendly Getaways on hometogo.com. Here are some travel tips for bringing your dog on the family vacation: * Make sure his/her vaccinations are up to date (You don't want a sick dog on your trip) * The dog's chip should be up to date and a collar and tag are a must. * Pack your dog's regular food and medicine. * A crate is a great way to keep your dog safe in the car and is required on most airplanes. * Make sure the accomodations are dog friendly (Check out officialpethotels.com) HAPPY TRAVELING!






What to feed your dog

Make sure you are feeding good quality food with ingredients you can pronounce. It will give longevity to your dog's life.






Positive Rescue Attitude

My husband and I have always been that family that the neighborhood comes to when a dog is found. We have been married 20 years. About 2 years ago we started with a Chihuahua that somebody found and was moving. We took the dog in and found a home right away. As time went along, we have had hundreds of dogs come through our home. I realize that helping and rescuing dogs can be taxing at times and it's not always easy, but each and everyone of us doing it, is helping our homeless dog population. Regardless of how many dogs you adopt out a month, you are helping one dog at a time and making a difference. My hope is that all rescues can work together, even though we have different styles of doing things. We should support each other and lift each other up. WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE!


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