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Rescue Spotlight: Pawsitivity Service Dogs

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Pawsitivity Service Dog is a nonprofit organization based in St. Paul, Minnesota. It has a 501(C) (3) status granted by the government. This organization is a member of the International Association of Assistance Dog Partners and Association of Service Dogs. The goal of Pawsitivity Service Dogs is to train dogs in assisting individuals with psychological disorders with their daily living. ... Read More »

The Sato Project rescues abandoned dogs in Puerto Rico

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The Sato Project rescues, rehabilitates and finds new homes for dogs that are abandoned at a beach in Puerto Rico known as “Dead Dog Beach.” They find homes for these homeless dogs and give them all the love they need. They rescue and rehabilitate dogs and fly them to New York. Lots of volunteers spend time to bathe dogs, give ... Read More »

House With a Heart gives senior dogs a welcoming home

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Nearly two-dozen dogs are spending their golden years at House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary. Sher Polvinale and a team of volunteers at this Gaithersburg, Maryland, home spare no expense and care for the dogs’ every need—from washing and feeding to medications and vet visits. Dogs come from other rescues or folks who can no longer take care of ... Read More »

Rescue Spotlight: New England Assistance Dogs

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The National Education for Assistance Dog Services, aka NEADS and also known as Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans, gives people who are deaf or have a disability independence by using canine assistance. This non-profit organization was established in 1976. Assistance dogs bring freedom, physical autonomy and relief from social isolation to their human partners.Since 1976, NEADS has trained over 1400 ... Read More »

Rescue Spotlight: Circle of Change

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It is a sad fact that U.S. Army reported that every day at least one military man takes his own life and last month proved to be the deadliest. A local organization is attempting to bring down the statistic by the use of pets to help reduce symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other anxiety disorders of war ... Read More »

Battle Buddy Foundation is run by vets to help vets in need

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Veteran Kenny Bass has suffered PSTD after being wounded by an IED during his mission in Iraq. He also suffered hearing loss, Behcet’s disease, and a lot of physical injuries. After his years of service, he was prescribed a service dog. The VA would not shoulder the costs, so he did his best to cover the funds himself. Then, he ... Read More »

Fences for Fido helps unchain our furry friends

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Fences for Fido is a non profit organization aims to save dogs from being chained. They build fences so dogs can play freely on an open field instead of being chained outside. This organization spends a lot of time just to create a fence, where dogs can roam around. Jack Hunter are just two of the dogs who benefit from ... Read More »

Rescue Spotlight: Dogs On Deployment

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Dogs have always been considered as man’s best friends. In fact, according to the AKC, the pet dog population in the United States is much more than the population of Great Britain. Pet dogs are cared for in every household and even considered as family members. For pet owners whose jobs keep them at their homeland, the situation is well ... Read More »

Rescue Spotlight: Wounded Warrior Pack

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Wounded Warrior Pack is a nonprofit organization that assists wounded, disabled, and injured veterans who will benefit the use of highly trained Service dogs. They also teach veterans to train dogs with no cost. This organization works hand in hand with veterans to train the dogs and make them certified. Wounded Warrior Pack is focused on providing highly trained Service ... Read More »

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