Dog-Harmony kicked off its capital campaign recently to raise $50,000 that will be used to provide more space for its growing needs.
Adopting a dog is no joke. It is a commitment.
The holidays are a popular time to bring a new dog into your home. They make a wonderful family addition and bring many years of love and fun. Adopting a dog is also a big decision and requires planning and research. Selecting a new pet can also be a very emotional event. Cute puppies with […]
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Fostering dogs is an integral part of animal rescue. Not only does it help the foster dog learn the proper skills and behavior to be successfully adopted, it also allows more dogs to be saved. The need for foster parents is apparent as it seems that any shelter or rescue can always accept more foster homes. […]
If you are a dog lover, this will put a smile on your face and a lump in your throat. This sweet 16 year old rescue dog … last one known alive from the 911 Rescue/Recover mission at Ground Zero … get’s the day of her life in NYC. Enjoy. Every. Minute. Watch here:
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When adopting, you are making a commitment to care for an animal for the rest of his life
The reason we feel people should become involved with Dog-Harmony or to donate is we are the only proactive rescue using education as a tool to lessen Shelter population.
Unfortunately, most pet stores get their cuties from puppy mills. Adopting ensures you aren’t supporting this practice.
Science shows that dog owners are less stressed thanks to hormonal and chemical changes that occur from spending time with their pups! All the more reason to snuggle a shelter buddy.
Hold a family meeting to create rules about caring for the new family member.