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From Fireworks to Thunderstorms: How to Soothe Noise Anxiety In Pets?

Discover how to recognize and manage noise anxiety in pets during loud celebrations like the Fourth of July. Learn effective strategies for pet parents and ...
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Canine Nutrition and CBD: A Holistic Approach to Your Dog’s Diet

Discover the benefits of incorporating CBD into your dog's diet. Learn how cannabinoid therapy can enhance canine nutrition, improve health, and boost well-being.
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The Importance of Data in Animal Rescue Operations

The Importance of Data in Animal Rescue Operations

Dive into our exploration of why data-driven strategies are essential for revolutionizing animal welfare and how organizations can leverage this invaluable tool to make a ...
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Tech for Tails Leveraging Technology to Improve Animal Rescue Operations

Tech for Tails: Leveraging Technology to Improve Animal Rescue Operations

Discover how animal rescue software, telemedicine for pets, GPS tracking, and microchipping are transforming the way we care for animals in need.
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Using AI Chatbots to Handle Common Shelter Queries

Streamlining Rescue Operations: Using AI Chatbots to Handle Common Queries

In the ever-demanding world of animal rescue and shelter management, ...
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Youth in Rescue: Inspiring the Next Generation of Animal Advocates

Youth in Rescue: Inspiring the Next Generation of Animal Advocates

Inspire the next generation of animal advocates! Learn how engaging youth in rescue efforts can shape a brighter future for animals.
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How to Help Stray and Feral Animals in Your Community

Stray and feral animals are often overlooked in many communities, ...
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Bond With Your Dog Day

Celebrate Bond With Your Dog Day on May 14: Strengthening the Special Connection

Mark your calendars and prepare the treats because May 14 ...
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Animal Profile Mapping

Streamline Animal Profile Management: A Guide to Doobert Template Mapping

In the fast-paced world of animal rescue, efficiency and organization ...
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Key Trends for Volunteers and Pet Parents

Navigating the Ever-Changing Landscape of Animal Rescue: Key Trends for Volunteers and Pet Parents

In the dynamic world of animal rescue, staying updated with ...
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Pet Friendly Holiday Hosting

Hosting a holiday party, Christmas or New Year’s at your ...
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Your opportunity is here, now, and ready for you.

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist ...
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What I am thankful for…

 “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that ...
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Thanksgiving Travel Tips

With Thanksgiving a few days away a lot of people ...
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Transporting dogs might help me lose weight!

I feel so fortunate to be a member of this family of folks who all feel the same way about animals as I do, and the crew that helped get Loretta to safety was no different. It’s awe-inspiring to see how everyone bonds over the couple of days it takes to transport a dog, talking to each other over email and/or texting and/or Messenger! So Loretta was charming every driver on every leg of her journey, but of course she was quite hungry by the time she got to me. I know it makes sense not to tempt fate by giving these pups big meals before or during a big transport day, but I always carry a couple little treats just to make them a little bit happier. But Loretta went through my couple of treats, and was still hungry. The funny thing is, I myself like to snack during a long drive. But every time I reached for the bag of people goodies, there would be a telltale “crinkle” and her face would pop up, and she would stare me down. Well, after a couple of tries to make less noise, and seeing that I was fooling her not one bit, I finally gave up on my people treats and drove the rest of the way without any more snacking. But hey, it ain’t all bad news; this could help me break my bad habit of “snacking and driving!” Thanks in advance, Loretta, for helping me lose a few pounds!
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On the Way To Missouri… Sheldon’s Big Trip….Legs 2-4..FLA. to GA.

Picked up this little cutie on leg #2 Wildwood, FL. . Sheldon is his name and stealing hearts and kisses is his game! He is a special needs pup but ...
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Seeing the good in everything

“Compassion for animals is intimately associated with goodness of character, ...
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Building a great pyramid in animal rescue

“From the heights of these pyramids, forty centuries look down ...
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Photo of Dave Rosselle

This was my first Doobert transport. All went very smoothly for Mom & pup. I used a large cage we have for our 90 lb. Airdale. The dogs slept peacefully during the whole trip from Braselton GA to Greenville SC. After the drop off I visited The Falls Park in downtown Greenville which is was a delightful surprise!
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Crystal & Selina

These two sweet babies were my first transport. The people that I met were so nice helpful and understanding (and whoever over that was texting) thank you all. These dogs ...
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