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"Jake" has been reunited with his family! This is a reminder to all to please update your pets chip info and/or dog I.D. tag on your pets collars. I highly recommend the http://www.boomerangtags.com/ collar dog tag. More info in my blog as well on this type of wonderful dog tag I have on my own dogs collar! http://www.sophierobbins.com/dog-tags
Oh how cute, have not seen this one! I love capturing giant straw art with my Nikon and posting it on my photoblog, there is another one in Pinehurst that was a spider and now is a Thanksgiving Turkey! View photos on my blog http://www.sophierobbins.com/straw-art I even encountered what I think might just be the worlds largest straw teddy bear while I resided in Germany!
Confirmed: This mini Lassie has been reunited with it's family pack, all is well.
When I was a kid a dog was part of the family, still today as an adult, the dog is still part of the family unit or um pack. Although, I do believe my dog has a better diet, exercise program and home life then some people. Oh and Pat, my dog has his own Dogbook on Facebook and I am about to make him his own dog blog too. He has a lot of long distance dog friends he must social network with online as well as in the woods when we hike!
So Pat, when am I going to see YOU with a dog? Maybe one that likes swimming in the lake with my water dog hhhmmmmm? I know plenty of dogs in need of a loving home I can put you in touch with and you know how to reach me via Twitter, Facebook or just walk on over and knock on the door or wave me over to your dock when you see me at the lake sometime.
"Hunter and Sonoma" are reunited with their family this evening. Group effort on a great neighborhood effectively communicating.
you are very welcome you can also follow my blog page of where I also volunteer at the animal shelter by taking photos and spending time with the animals and cross posting via my social networks to help them either get reunited and/or fostered/adopted. I love happy endings too. Unfortunately not all of them are happy endings and this makes me sad for those innocent fur angels that depend on us so much to care for them. If we all work together in communicating for the animals it will make a difference and they do need our help. Here is link to my rescue foster adopt blog page please feel free to share it amongst your emails and social network sites! Thank you - the animals thank you! http://www.sophierobbins.com/rescue-foster-adopt
I have blogged photos of this adorable GP pup I visited at the animal shelter visit my blog to view photos/info http://www.sophierobbins.com/rescue-foster-adopt
this sweet ol' dog was reunited with it's owners via the animal shelter :D
this pup has been ADOPTED from the animal shelter :D
May I suggest you create a free photoblog for example the easiest blog to create is http://www.Posterous.com (I have a Posterous acct because it is so easy and simple and quick to use not to mention FREE!) and place photos of the pets up for adoption to a good home along with more info on that blog then post it on social network sites such as Facebook and Twitter. A picture really makes all the difference to capture the attention of a potential adopter(s) for the dogs. You also want to be careful to screen anyone interested to make sure they do not go to cruel and downright wrong medical/pharmaceutical/make-up companies testing facilities or used as bate in in illegal dog fighting rings. You might also want to explain briefly the reason for needing to find these 2 dogs a home as people will want to know as much as possible when making considerations such as their age, are you their first pet owner or were they owned by someone else previous, are they spayed/neutered, etc. This is my first blog comment post via The Pilot so I am still figuring it out as I go but is there a way to post photos when we blog here? Anyway, thank you for keeping care of them until you do find them a home as the shelters are extremely full and of course they only have so much "time" once placed in a pound to be available for adoption or else...rainbow bridge awaits them :( Unless of course it is a no-kill shelter which you need to make sure to ask before releasing a pet to a facility. In my opinion, if you are unable to keep pets then the best thing to do is what you are doing; fostering the dogs yourself in your home and posting info just include photos if you can and then let others help you share the photoblog link information through various sources until the dogs are re-homed. Feel free to visit my Posterous photoblog http://www.sophierobbins.com/rescue-foster-adopt
this will give you an idea on how to list animals that need homes. If you do create a blog link let me know and I will include it on that page, meantime I will share this posting you created. Hope this helps and best wishes~
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