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  • These Organizations Help Take Care of Deployed Soldiers’ Dogs
    The post These Organizations Help Take Care of Deployed Soldiers’ Dogs by Lauren Katims appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren't considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com. We’ve all seen the videos of a soldier reuniting with his or her dog after returning from the deployment — lots of hugging, kissing and crying — and not just from the two on screen. The reunions are emotional for everyone watching. Service members can’t bring their dogs with them when they are deployed, and if they don’t have family or friends to watch the dog for their extended time away, they typically surrender the dog to a shelter, where it will either be adopted or, in some overcrowded shelters, euthanized. “Families fall apart during deployment,” says Alisa Johnson, who founded Dogs on Deployment, a nonprofit that pairs service members’ pets with foster families. She felt ... read more
    Source: DogsterPublished on 2020-04-06
  • Week 2: Virtual Events at your local NAWT
    As we enter week three of lockdown at NAWT, the teams in our rehoming centres are hard at work not just keeping things fun and interesting for the animals, but also trying to create exciting and inventive ways to keep in touch with you, our wonderful supporters!So here’s the 2nd instalment of your weekly roundup, keeping you updated on all the ways you can stay in touch with your local NAWT and join in the virtual fun.NAWT CornwallThe team in Hayle are hosting an online fancy dress party! ... read more
    Source: NAWTPublished on 2020-04-06
  • Therapy Dog Virtually Supports Neglected Kids During COVID-19
    Therapy dogs are essential for helping people feel calm and safe. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, therapy dogs are no longer able to meet people face-to-face. While it might seem difficult for them to keep working under those circumstances, some therapy dogs now work from home.  Jordon the 5-year-old Lab is one of the many therapy dogs that continues to work virtually. She usually goes to the Kids House in Seminole County, Florida, where she helps abused and neglected children. She knows that those kids still need her during this time of crisis.
    Image: @jordonsjournal/FacebookWhat is Jordon’s Role? Many kids love dogs more than anything else. Because of this, a therapy dog can often provide them more comfort than a human therapist can. Jordon shows the kids love and affection, making them feel more comfortable simply by petting her and being near her. “Jordan is able to provide that unconditional love and connection that a lot of our kids have never had. She’s able to support them in ways that we as therapists can’t,” said Ashleah Zigmond, a mental health counselor for Kids House.
    Image: @jordonsjournal/FacebookSince the COVID-19 pandemic began, Jordon hasn’t been able to attend her normal ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-04-04



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