May 16, 2022
Do you know a deaf dog?
Deaf dogs are considered disabled, but their disability is usually overlooked as it is not physical. However, these pets still require the same support, attention, and understanding that any other pet would need. There are plenty of deaf dogs leading full and diverse lives as beloved family pets, therapy dogs, dog athletes, adoption advocates, and more.
Here are some things you might not know about deaf dogs!
May 16, 2022
Three million adoptable dogs enter shelters across the United States each year, making overpopulation a serious issue. Although there are over 3,500 animal shelters in the United States, only around 2,000 classify as no-kill. Unfortunately, this means many lost, abandoned, rescued, or stray pets who find their way to a shelter are in danger of euthanasia to combat the staggering overpopulation.
These pets are patiently waiting to meet their new families and receive a second chance at life! Opening your home to a rescue dog comes with several benefits, some you may have never even considered.
March 16, 2022
The 94th Annual Academy Awards take place this Sunday, and with so many fantastic films up for awards, we’re excited to see who the big winners are. Another longtime staple of Hollywood tradition is dogs!
Here are seven of the greatest movies featuring dogs ever made and how you can watch them at home with your four-legged family member. Read post »
March 14, 2022
Ireland is home to rolling green hills, impressive seaside land formations, and world-class cities. The Emerald Isle also has a long and storied history with unique canine breeds. When these dogs aren’t being employed as working dogs or beloved pets, they have been the inspiration for literature, poetry, and music for hundreds of years.
As the saying goes, everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and the dogs in this post are Irish through and through, with many proudly bearing names that reveal their Celtic roots. So put on your green, sit back, and read all about the dogs of Ireland. Sláinte!