If you know anything about me, (or follow this blog closely), you will know that I currently have 4 rescue dogs. Probably the most common question I get as a dog expert is about rescue dogs and how to rescue dogs. So I thought I would give you a brief lowdown as to why I rescue, and why I think it is so important to rescue dogs instead of purchasing Why I rescue Rescue does not mean damaged. Let me just put that out there. So many people overlook rescue dogs when getting a new addition for the family as…

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So it’s press day today for the charity I volunteer for and we were on strict instructions to look smart and presentable. I haven’t been sleeping well so took a sleep aid last night and woke up groggy to the foster puppy having poopageddon all over the floor. I try and tread carefully around it only to slip over a puddle of pee and land in shit up to my eyeballs (literally my eyeball nearly had poop in it). I desperately need the toilet (like the old woman that I am) so I try and lift your poop and pee…

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Pets have the ability to make anyone happy, which is perhaps the reason why there are between 70-96 million cats and dogs in the homes of US residents. Having a pet can be particularly helpful for the elderly, and can keep them happy and healthy when they are living alone. At the same time, there are concerns when it comes to taking care of the pet, as older people with limited mobility and other health issues may find taking on the responsibilities of looking after a pet overwhelming. But this should not be a reason to deny them the happiness…

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