The Story Of Rango

This perrito (Spanish for “little dog”) changed the course of our vacation. As soon as we met him, we knew we needed to help him. Like many of the dogs that we help in our own backyard, he was on the thin side and was suffering from a severe case of mange. So a cooperative and international effort started for Rango.
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To The Point

Here we are in the 2000’s and there is much debate on immunizations and vaccinations. Should we be vaccinating children and dogs? Is there too much of risk involved in the administration of vaccinations?
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Paw Pads

In a figurative sense, my dogs have left paw prints across my heart. In the literal sense, my dogs are constantly leaving paw prints across my floors. That got me to thinking about their paws, specifically their pads.
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Small Pleasures

As a dog rescuer, I want to save them all. However this is not possible. That realization alone is the single most frustrating part of spending all your spare time rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming dogs in need.
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I Am A Rescuer

Some of us have been dog rescuers all of our lives. Others have been involved in dog rescue for a short time. We come from all walks of life, we are all shapes, we are all ages. Who are we?
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