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Do You Speak Rescue? Revealing The Truth About Coded Language In Dog Adoption Ads

If you know me, I’m very much about buying or adopting dogs from responsible breeders or rescues. I don’t judge either or as we all can make our own decisions. I want to help educate future dog owners about red flags in the rescue and breeding world. Because they both have it. Unfortunately, the rescue world has found great ways to advantage of peoples good wills by using a form of “coded language” in their advertisements about dogs up for adoption that will play with peoples heartstrings and sometimes then ends in heart break. Today, I’m going to translate some of that coded language for you so that, if you are looking to adopt or buy a new dog, you can read between the lines that pre

Don't Get A Pit Bull

Don’t Get A Pit Bull Yes I’m saying it... I who own two bully breeds. ... don’t get a Pit Bull, a mix of such or any bully breed. Unless you can advocate for your dog the right way! And advocating doesn’t mean telling people that these are nanny dogs and Pet Bulls and that all that matters is TLC and how they are raised. That is bullshit! If you get a Pit Bull, know what you’re handling. Know that you’re getting a dog with certain genetics and you should be in love with these genetics before making the choice to acquire such a dog. Know that some of these dogs who are often just mutts may have more softer traits and are couch potatoes that could potentially be a really good fit for a soft ow

Are You Ready For A 2nd Dog?

When Is The Right Time To Add A Second Dog To Your Household? Have you played with the thought of adding a second dog to your household? I mean, why not right? Two times the unconditional love in the house would be awesome and many people love having two dogs not just for their own sake but also for their other dog to have a companion. And sometimes, it can be a wonderful addition. Heck, have 5 dogs if that is what makes you happy AND if everybody is ready for it. And this is the crucial thing…. Is EVERYONE is actually ready for it? Too often things go south either between dogs or simply because people are overwhelmed and the dogs are the ones who will suffer. It important no to

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