Posts filed under: Dog Tales

“A crisis of confidence is so common that it should be considered a universal part of the adoption process.” – Patricia McConnell, Love Has No Age Limit I bought Patricia McConnell’s little booklet Love Has No Age Limit about three...
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Personally, I’m a huge nerd about school. I loved both high school and college and today I basically spend most of my free time shoving as much knowledge and information into my brain as possible. Learning is my favorite. Conversely,...
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“If your second dog was your first dog, you’d only have one dog.” These words were spoken to me by a veterinarian back when I was working my way through college as an animal care tech at a small animal...
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The rat was enormous. And dead. I had seen it the day before, grotesquely splayed out on the sidewalk in front of a neighbor’s house. It was likely the recent trophy of a stray cat’s hunting expedition. For whatever reason...
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The alternate title to this series could be: “Looking for the Light at the end of the Tunnel”, but that just didn’t seem quite as catchy. About a month ago, I received this email from a follower of our Facebook...
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Jambo- The Staffy Bull Terrier has been a good friend of ours almost since day one! He and his person Louise have done so much amazing work together- they are true inspirations to us! They have even inspired one of...
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My newly adopted senior pit bull is Puma. My name is Jacqueline. I am 22 years old and from Pinckney, Michigan. Here is our story: Before volunteering with Villalobos, I had worked at a couple different shelters with many dogs...
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