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elaine whitmore May 3, 2013 at 11:42 pm
What a gorgeous dog! Someone please adopt this lovely guy and change his whole world. Thank youRead More Mutts Matter Rescue. Where can we donate, for those of us who have an abundance of rescues? Bless you Romeo!
Mutts Matter Rescue May 4, 2013 at 05:25 am
Thanks Elaine. You can donate or sponsor a dog too - http://www.muttsmatterrescue.com/donate.html
Beth April 4, 2013 at 10:51 am
A heart warming story!
Mutts Matter Rescue April 5, 2013 at 05:55 pm
Thanks Beth. We are all happy for Monty-mont and want to find more families like the Kalcheffs whoRead More will open their minds and hearts to these sweet bully pups.
Mutts Matter Rescue February 28, 2013 at 03:30 pm
I understand Nanny....some folks call them fur babies.
Stacy March 13, 2013 at 05:14 pm
Do you guys filter through your applications that you already have on file or do you ask people toRead More submit applications for each dog? I submitted one back in October or November and never heard back. Admittedly I have some limitations around my allergies, which I noted in the application. I'm not sure if you guys are willing to work with people who do have allergies to find a pet that may not bother them as much.
Mutts Matter Rescue March 14, 2013 at 02:06 am
Hey Stacy. You do not need to reapply for every dog. The allergies could have been an issue, butRead More there are some breeds that are better for that. If you could send your full name to my email address - suzanne@muttsmatterrescue.com I will pull your application.
Jennifer Donatelli December 13, 2012 at 08:54 pm
Good article, but it would have been nice if other rescues and species could have been included. IRead More know, this was written by a dog rescue, but any number of organizations, like the SPCA or the Humane Society, could have written something similar. Or I could have done it for you. As someone who's had guinea pigs for nearly 22 years, I can tell you the guinea pig overpopulation problem is unbelievable, but most don't know about adopting from shelters or rescues. And I'm sure the same could be said for many other species. The other point to emphasize, especially with this being the week of Hanukkah and Christmas coming before many of us would like to admit, is that pets - rescue or not - should not be purchased or adopted as gifts. The entire family should be involved to make sure it's a good fit, so the likelihood of kids getting bored with the pet and having the parents dump it at a rescue because they can't or don't want to take care of it is reduced. A pet, whatever the species and whatever its origins or background, is a lifetime responsibility. Any pet, bought, adopted or rescued, ideally should have its owner's home as its forever home.
Hal SavesDogs Horenberg December 15, 2012 at 07:37 am
Personally i have said the same thing almost every day for the last four years. I never said as wellRead More as it is written here. Thank you for writing this. Thank you for reading this. Thank you to those who will now actively do something to help.