Plot twist: what if rescuing a dog meant saving you?
Are you looking for:
- An exercise buddy?
- A best friend or confidant?
- Someone to give you unconditional love?
- A friendly face to greet you after a long day at work?
A rescue dog can give you all of these things. Let he or she rescue you.
Why adopt rather than buy, you say?
Peta.org says it best:
1. When you buy a dog from a pet store, you’re supporting cruel puppy mills.
2. You can’t buy love—but you can adopt it from an animal shelter (and usually for a lot less money than buying a dog from a breeder or a pet store).
3. Most “preowned” dogs are already housetrained.
4. Shelters and rescue groups often include vaccinations, microchipping, and spaying or neutering in the adoption fee.
5. At an animal shelter, you can find a dog to fit your unique personality (even if you’re a little nutty).
6. You will be rewarded with expressions of gratitude for as long as you both shall live.
7. Six to Eight million—that’s how many dogs are waiting in animal shelters to be adopted every year.
8. It feels great to know that you saved a life.
Find a dog to adopt
Photo source - Schenda
Sometimes in life you have to take a moment from the chaos and watch a little baby Bulldog attempt to walk around while making gurgling noises. You have my permission. Enjoy!
Who are we? We are What Every Dog Deserves and we share the cute and cuddly for a cause! We help dogs get out of shelters and live better lives. Don’t be deceived by all the clever cuteness. We provide cute content so that you can enjoy the best parts of dogs, while at the same time helping dogs in need. It’s the best of both worlds! Interested in rescuing a dog in need, get inspired with our rescue dog quotes.
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Ever wonder what your dog is feelin’? Are they nervous/happy/excited? Their body language, including their tail, can tell you a lot about the emotion that they are experiencing.
A wagging tail doesn’t always mean that your dog is happy or excited. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) says that “A dog’s ability to use his tail to express how he feels is limited by the type of tail he has.” So, not all dog’s can show emotion via the wagging of their tail, but here are what some of the common movements mean.
When your pups tail is sitting in a natural position – Continue reading