Halloween will for sure be different this year because of COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean can’t all still have fun – and that includes our dogs! But while this holiday is mostly filled with good-times, there are still things we humans need to do to make sure our pups stay safe this Halloween 2020. Here is short list to help keep your pet safe!
*Shared post from my blog at Private School Pups 10,000 and 2 million… …the former is the number of puppy mills that exist today, and the later is the number of dogs born in their cages in the United States each year. Puppy mill dogs are often sold at retail pet stores, and unfortunately, are… Continue reading Helping Puppy Mill Dog Survivors
My current foster, Tyson. Cute as a button, this little guy is sometimes very shy and scared. It's taken a little extra time and effort to get him to warm up to me, but watching him learn to trust humans again makes it all worth it! As you can see from the food on his nose, he really gets excepted for dinner time, too.