Graham ~ Adopted!

12/18/16 Update: Graham has been very patient, and it paid off! Today he found his home with Bill and Pam Kiefer of Port Orange, Florida! 10/14/2016 Update:  Handsome Graham is back with us. Unfortunately, his owner is moving and is unable to take him along. Graham is a very sweet and happy guy who does […]

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Honey, You’re Just Great

My family once owned a dog with a fierce allergy problem. His name was Sam and he suffered from horrible skin conditions for most of his life. Nothing the veterinarian gave him provided a decent means to an end for his problems – most provided no relief and those that did were detrimental to his […]

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Luna Belle ~ Adopted!

  Luna Belle is about 6 years old and is an Aussie mix out of Alabama. She joined TDL in April but has been recovering with TDL Volunteer Rachel until she was ready for adoption. Luna comes to us from a hoarding situation. She lived with many other animals, was underweight, and had lost fur […]

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From Table to Tree: Toxic Tidbits to Avoid this Holiday Season

As you know, the seasons are changing and the holidays are approaching fast. During this time we clean and decorate the house, spend hours in the kitchen cooking special meals, and let’s not forget spending as much time with our loved ones including our pets! But in a blink of an eye, accidents happen. Your […]

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The TDL 10 Ways to Have a Safe and Happy Halloween

As we prepare for all of the festivities of Halloween, there are a few things you can do to ensure that every member of the family is safe and happy, and has a great holiday. Here are our top tips for how to ensure your pet’s Halloween is a treat! 1. Identification We can’t say […]

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Everything you need to know about Ticks and Dogs

For dog owners ticks are a common hazard that comes with the territory. But, for those new to the world of ticks, they are evil little creatures related to spiders, that carry several types of diseases that can be harmful to both you and your pet (for example Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever). […]

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Knee Dislocation & Hip Dysplasia

When we brought Leia home from the shelter there were a few things we didn’t know. We didn’t know she loves chasing a stick, we didn’t know she would gain 20 lbs in the first 2 months home, and we didn’t know she had patellar luxation. In fact, we didn’t find out for a while, […]

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Go Potty – Helping Your Abused Dog To Go Outside

There are tons of “how to housebreak your puppy” books and videos out there.  And I’m sure there are millions of products that claim will help, but these things are for the normal average dog.  Rescued dogs sometimes come with a little bit of baggage!  Usually, it’s the dog’s former owner who confused the dog, […]

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Help your Dog have a Safe Holiday!

As we come up on another holiday, we have a few tips to help you and your dog stay safe and happy. Monitor the Grill – The food you are cooking is very attractive to your pup. They can burn themselves on the hot grill. Also be careful where you dispose of any coals you […]

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FDA Issues Warning Letters for Unapproved Tear Stain Removers

  http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/NewsEvents/CVMUpdates/ucm412162.htm?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

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Pedigree Dog Food Recall

http://theilovedogssite.com/breaking-major-dog-food-brand-issues-recall-due-to-small-metal-fragments/

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Save Money on Prescription Medications for Your Dog

You know that feeling when you’re standing at the counter at the vet?  You’ve waited forever, your dog has been examined, you’ve been given a diagnosis and part of you is relieved, and part of you feels overwhelmed knowing you’re about ready to get the bill!  I know that what you really want to do […]

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Our Favorite Things

We have been rescuing, rehabilitating, training and treating dogs for over five years. In those five years, we’ve found products that were awesome, and many that were not! If you need a solution to a problem, click on our new Amazon Store and select from products we’ve already tried and love! Click Here to Read […]

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Dealing with High Energy Dogs for the Low Energy Individual

Dogs, especially herding breeds, are almost impossible to keep up with. Even the fittest person will have their pets run circles around them (sometimes literally). So when choosing a dog for adoption, make sure that the dog you are looking for is one at your energy level. Meaning, that if you’re a couch potato, don’t […]

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The Walk: Tools and Tips

The Walk: Tools and Tips Written by Jessica Purvis, adopter of Tobuscus If walking your dog leaves you frustrated, stressed – and your dog still bouncing off the walls, you probably want to read this article. Being in control of your dog doesn’t mean that you need to keep your dog on a rigid tight leash […]

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GiGi ~ Adopted!

GiGi is about 7 years old, heartworm negative and has been very well cared for by her former owner, who passed away recently.  Lost and confused, GiGi was afraid of strangers, and we felt she didn’t stand a chance at a shelter/pound. GiGi is very affectionate, and eager to please.  Her vision is not that […]

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Dangers of Xylitol in Dogs

Thank you Terri for sharing this with us!  Please review this article and get familiar with products that contain xylitol, even ketchup, jam, honey, mints, sugar free Jell-O, cupcakes, etc. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2014/06/27/xylitol.aspx

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Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. Voluntarily Recalls 62 Bags of “Science Diet

http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm399662.htm?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery   June 2, 2014 – Hill’s Pet Nutrition of Topeka, KS has announced it is voluntarily recalling 62 bags of Science Diet Adult Small and Toy Breed dry dog food as they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The suspect product was part of a single production run. It was distributed to 17 veterinary clinic […]

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FDA Approves First Oral Drug for Fleas and Ticks in Dogs with Three Month Duration

http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/NewsEvents/CVMUpdates/ucm399546.htm?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

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