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This Friendship Between A Two-Legged Chihuahua and A Fluffy Chicken is Awesome!

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Meet Roo, a two-legged chihuahua and his best friend Penny, who happens to be the cutest and fluffiest chicken ever. These two struck up a friendship in an animal shelter where they were both rescued. Now the two are the unlikeliest of friends and proves that love has no bounds! Watch this adorable video below and tell us what you think in the comments below and please share the smiles! 🙂


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Pit Bull Bait Dog With Deep Wounds Returns Love To Saviours – Heartbreaking

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If you google search ‘pit bull bait dog rescue’, your heart will break in pieces. There are so many heartbreaking stories out there of these beautiful dogs being used and abused by terrible people.

This story however, is one that inspires hope against all odds and will move you as you watch what a bit of real love can do to a soul that has been tormented for years.

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This poor pup, feared being hit by a car was found on the side of the road, thought dead. Upon closer inspection they found him severely injured with deep, infected and life threatening wounds which turned out to be the tell tale signs of dog fighting. But guardian angel, Tia with her team came to the rescue by rushing him to the vet and saving his life. Your heart will melt when you see his reaction after being cared for! We salute Tia and her rescue team for this act of love.

Please share if you believe all animals should have the right to be loved!


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Dog Rescued From Puppy Mill, “B.B,” Becomes The Furry Face of Change

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Seeing dogs who are abused, abandoned, or neglected by their owners is heartbreaking. Animal abuse is a huge problem in today’s society, and what’s equally as heartbreaking is seeing dogs in puppy mills, crammed into small spaces and existing only for the purpose of being bred.

For those who don’t know, puppy mills are breeding farms for puppies. These are typically dogs that can be sold at a high price, such as purebred Maltese or English Bulldogs. These puppy mills have an awful reputation and are infamous for mistreatment, terrible dirty conditions, and neglectful owners.

These dogs are bred over and over again for the sake of profit. Widespread illness often is spread throughout mills, and puppies die every day without any compassion from their “owners.”

The puppies that survive are usually taken away from their moms way too early, and are shipped to large-scale pet stores such as Petland.

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The Humane Society of the United States, along with numerous other organizations, are constantly working to shut down puppy mills and save the sometimes hundreds of dogs who are held there.

In September of last year, one of these organizations raided a puppy mill near Charlotte, North Carolina.

What they discovered was horrifying.

During the raid, they were able to save over 150 dogs and puppies. Additionally, they rescued goats and cats that were living on the property.

One of the rescued dogs was a sweet pup named B.B., who since has found a loving home and is surrounded by affection.

Up until the raid, B.B. had lived her whole life in a tiny cage. When she was finally able to go outside and run around, she couldn’t contain her joy. She now lives a happy, healthy life far away from the conditions she was once so accustomed to.

Check out her precious story below.


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Study Finds that Most of Us Would Leave our Partner if Our Dog Didn’t Like Them

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In a new study conducted by Rover.com, it was found that more than half of us would break up with our significant others if our dogs didn’t like them.

Rover.com, the nation’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers, examined thousands of dog owners’ responses in a two-year period, from 2015 to 2017. They discovered that a whopping 54 percent of people would end their relationship if their dog seemed to disapprove.

Here are a few other interesting facts that the study found about dogs and people in relationships:

  • 25 percent of dog owners have brought their pup on a date before.
  • 65 percent of dog owners admit to taking more pictures of the dog than of their partner.
  • 47 percent of dog owners in relationships say that they would have a much harder time leaving their dog for a week rather than leaving their significant other.

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Brandie Gonzales, pet lifestyle expert for Rover says:

“Young Americans are less likely to be homeowners or parents than previous generations, but one category they lead in, is pet ownership. They shower their dogs with attention and splurge on expensive gifts because their dog is their best friend, and they want to be their dog’s best friend too. Dog people are deeply concerned about their dog’s feelings and well-being. And we’re seeing that reflected in everything from how people name their dog to what they feed them, and the type of pet care they prefer.”

Danielle Adinolfi, a marriage and family therapist, says that it’s becoming more and more common to see relationships be broken up over one of the partner’s dogs.

Adinolfi says, “People rely on their dogs for judgments of character and whether or not they’ll be a good fit. The same way you would if you’re going into a relationship and you know for sure if you do or don’t want to have kids, this should be the same conversation.”


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