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Why I Started Mother of Dogs

Mother of Dogs is an organization created by Animal rights activist and model Allie Rizzo to bring attention to shelter animals in the United States.  It's estimated that 3-4 million cats and dogs are euthanized in shelters each year and many of them are young,...

Social Media for Change

The expression' "even prettier on the inside" is used so often it would seem everyone at one time has earned this high compliment. It is always refreshing to see the evidence of these people living up to this high standard of praise. In the case of...

Rescuing Sam

A few years after making the mistake of buying Benny from a shop we decided to add to our animal family and knew without question our next dog would be a rescue. I searched petfinder and stumbled across 11th hour rescue in Rockaway New Jersey....

Meet Benny

Benny was the first dog to join our family, long before i had any involvement in rescue. We jokingly call her "our puppy mill mistake" like many other people not educated on the subject we walked into a swanky shop in manhattan and spent a...

Rescuing Sophie

After the rescue of Sam I had become passionate about saving as many rescues as possible and that led me to foster. Fostering dogs ultimately saves so many lives because they just need a little more time to find a home and shelters can't offer...

An Adoption Story

One of the first dogs I was asked to help place in a home was blue nose pit bull with a tragic past. I thought this task would be daunting but I learned very quickly how rescuers step up and save the lives of the...

Rescuing Charlee

An adoption Story By Shawna Poole: That right eye. The perfect diagonal split of brown & blue. The photograph that popped up on Facebook through a foster at a local shelter, Angels of Assisi, was when I knew that I had to have that dog. Within 5 minutes...