Companion Animals

2 people walking 2 dogs along a track through a forest - 6 Ways to be the Best Dog Parent
Jane Cowan

6 Ways to be the Best Dog Parent

No matter how well prepared you think you are or how much you read, when it comes to being a dog parent there is only so much you can learn without doing. Here are 6 nuggets of wisdom that can improve you and your dog’s life.

Woman and dog biting the same piece of watermelon. - 7 Human Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Dog
Janet Walker

7 Human Foods To Avoid Feeding Your Dog

Dog parents are eager to share food with their canine friends. But not all human foods are safe for dogs. Here are 7 human foods to avoid feeding your dog.

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Veterinarian Amendment: A Pet Owner’s Rights

A legislative amendment we have been supporting for 7 years is finally about to be adopted. The Veterinarian Amendment allows pet owners to be informed of the medical estimates prior to diagnosis and treatment.

Aeyong Adopted after Escaping Fire - 03
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Aeyong Adopted after Escaping Wildfires

Aeyong was rescued—covered head-to-tail in ash—from the Goseong County wildfires. She was adopted by her fosterer after no one claimed her.

Noru Deserves to be Loved
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Noru Deserves to be Loved

Noru finally found a new family, and they came a long way to pick her up to take her back to her new home. We believe every dog deserves to be loved.

NamNams New Adopted Life - 7
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NamNam’s New Adopted Peaceful Life

NamNam was in our care until she was adopted by a family in Canada and flew over to them in January 2019. Since then, NamNam has enjoyed a peaceful new life.

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Ruki Diets To Meet His New Family

We rescued dogs living under a bridge shivering in the cold. A ripped sheet and a few bowls were on the ground, and puppies were licking bones with no meat. Ruki was one of them.

Grieving a Pet, Don't Underestimate its Value
Nat Juchems

Grieving A Pet, Don’t Underestimate its Value

Death rarely fails to have a significant impact upon us. Logically, we know that there is an inevitability to it, a natural part of the life cycle. Still, emotionally it has the potential to have a devastating and disruptive influence. This doesn’t just go for the passing of human friends and family, either—when our pets die, we can feel it just as keenly.