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  • What to Know About a 6-Year-Old Dog
    The post What to Know About a 6-Year-Old Dog by Audrey Pavia 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. When my Australian Cattle Dog mix, Candy, first came to live with me, she was 6 years old. I’d adopted her from a local animal shelter where, three weeks prior, her family had surrendered her because they were moving. Six years of age is a tough time for a dog to have to make a huge life change. By the age of 6, most dogs have reached middle age. For some larger dogs, 6 is the beginning of the senior years. Dogs this age are set in their ways and have developed a strong bond with their family. Candy was no exception. After we brought her home, she spent several months in a depressed state, sleeping in a ... read more
    Source: DogsterPublished on 2019-07-18
  • UPDATE: Adorable Rescued Great Dane Puppy Gets a New Leg and New Life – and Now a New Family!
    Do you remember Rosie? In 2015 iHeartDogs shared the story of a little Great Dane pup who lost her leg. Her mother stepped on it and broke it, and the cast she was required to wear cut circulation off to the limb. Without a leg, her breeder wanted to euthanize her since she could no longer be sold, but Big Hearts Dog Rescue saved her and paid to give her the surgery she would need to live.
    Image source: Big Hearts Dog RescueWhen we first told you about Rosie, she was 10 weeks old, and living with a foster family.
    Rosey with her Foster brother. Image source: Big Hearts Dog Rescue 
    Image source: Specialized Veterinary ServicesBig Hearts Dog Rescue reached out to Hanger Clinic in Clearwater, Florida, which created the prosthetic tail for Winter, the dolphin. They fit Rosie with a new prothetic leg, and she was learning to walk on it.
    Image source: Big Hearts Dog RescueBut as we know, Great Danes grow! And Rosie is now on her thirteenth prosthetic leg, and she has a new home with someone special!
    Looking forward to Medtronic event tomorrow! Rosie will ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2019-07-18
  • Shelter Waives Adoption Fees Thanks to Generous Donation from Miranda Lambert
    Country music superstar Miranda Lambert loves dogs. So much so that she created a charity to support shelter animals. This year, the singer’s foundation made an extremely generous donation to help shelters across the entire United States. One facility used the funds to waive adoption fees.  
      View this post on Instagram   Every day should be #NationalAdoptaShelterPetDay 💕 We are counting down the days until the #MuttNationMarch and our annual adoption event at #CMAfest! ⁣ ⁣ Have you signed up to march with us?? 🐾 (link in bio) A post shared by Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation (@muttnation) on Apr 30, 2019 at 1:58pm PDT A Bountiful Gift In 2019, Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation launched an ambitious campaign as part of its Mutts Across America initiative. The aim of the campaign is to help animals in every U.S. state. They awarded $150,000 in grants to 50 shelters in all 50 states.

    Since 2015, Mutts Across America has donated more than $750,000 in grants to more than 250 shelters. MuttNation says each organization is “carefully vetted” by the foundation. They choose shelters “for the outstanding care they provide and their heart for animals.”

    Miranda founded this charitable organization in 2009. It  “aims to promote and facilitate the adoption of shelter pets, encourage spay and neuter for all pets, and educate the public about the importance and beneficial impact of these actions.”

    Boy, did they achieve this goal with their latest campaign! Just listen to what one shelter did with their funds.

    Skip the Adoption Feeds

    The Scituate Animal Shelter of Massachusetts (SAS) used some of the grant to help more people adopt animals. Thanks to MuttNation’s generosity, SAS said its adoption fees are “set to be” waived until July 19.

    They posted this on Facebook: “There’s a reason dogs like country music. Thank you Miranda Lambert for your generous donation that allows SAS to waive adoption fees for a limited time. Lower fees = more dogs finding homes. We love you, Miranda!” Typically summer months are slower for SAS. Right now they have a full ... read more

    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2019-07-18



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