A Purdue University study published in May in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy attached a numerical measure to the positive effect of service dogs on humans.
Many of us rescue animals not only because we value them, but also because deep down we’re trying to heal the lost, abandoned, and vulnerable parts of ourselves.
To date, the non-profit organization has helped to raise more than $400,000 for 393 dogs in need of life-saving cancer treatments.
Now named Sunshine, the Dalmatian mix was on death’s door in San Antonio, Texas, before Pause for Paws took her in and locals rallied around her.
Loving, capable adopters regularly get turned away because of unreasonable expectations by rescues and shelters. Many are updating their procedures to change that.
Founded in 2001, Monika Biernacki’s shelter and foster network is now Sydney’s largest private dog rescue, saving “last chance” dogs from high-kill shelters.
California native Janice Chatterton founded a rescue group and a shelter in Puerto Vallarta with space for 130 dogs and cats.
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