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Posts Tagged "dogs"

The guy in the dog suit: Part II

The DNA test results are in for Teddy, a mixed-breed dog of previously unknown ancestry, who was rescued following Hurricane Katrina.

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Who’s the guy in the dog suit? A DNA test will finally reveal the truth!

As part of our commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a DNA panel is being run on rescued dog Teddy. Guess his genetic identity and win.

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The Fourth of July dilemma

Keep your pets happy and safe this Independence Day and consider adopting during our “Celebrate Freedom” campaign.

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Sin no more: Las Vegas announces plan to take city to no-kill

After city’s rough animal welfare history, nonprofit group The Animal Foundation commits to making Las Vegas’ municipal shelter no-kill by 2020.

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Honoring the bonds forged in battle

Please ask your Senator to support amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, which would give adoption priority to military dogs’ handlers.

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You can’t put a price on your best friend

Fee-waived and reduced-fee promotions generate interest in cat and dog adoptions, make no difference in how pets are valued, and help save lives.

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Come and get ’em while they last!

Please join us at our Pet Super Adoption events, featuring hundreds of cats and dogs, coming up in New York City, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles.

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“I’ve made up my mind. Don’t confuse me with the facts.”

When more than 4 million cats and dogs are killed in U.S. shelters every year, we need to be open to new, though sometimes controversial, lifesaving ideas.

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Want to help Save Them All? Talk to 10 friends today.

Share your passion for Best Friends and saving lives, and turn your friends into supporters just like you, by recruiting others to Save Them All.

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The absurdity (and tragedy) of breed-discriminatory laws

After her pit bull terrier saves her from an abusive boyfriend, woman is forced to rehome her dog because of a breed-discriminatory law.

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