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What you don’t know about backyard breeding

What you don’t know about backyard breeding

One of the biggest issues facing our city shelters (and every shelter) is that too many dogs are coming in from irresponsible breeders. We refer to these as “Backyard Breeders” and before you jump to conclusions thinking you haven’t come across one before, let’s break […]

The two week shutdown rule

The two week shutdown rule

Welp, it’s kitten season, and to prove it, I have 5 kittens and a mom cat in our guest bathroom. It’s been a while since I fostered kittens and I’ve missed having them in our home. It’s only day one but they’re doing well so […]

A letter to my first foster dog.

A letter to my first foster dog.

Dear Sycamore, I’ll be honest, you weren’t my first choice for a foster dog. In fact, you weren’t supposed to be my foster dog, I wasn’t meaning to meet you at all. But because another dog found a home, you now needed one. So I […]

The Persecution of the Galgo

The Persecution of the Galgo

Today, February 1, is World Galgo Day. A day that marks the end of the hunting season in Spain and the start of the persecution of a wonderful breed of dogs. My heart breaks today thinking of the dogs in need of help. I want […]