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Aug 17, 17 07:02 PM
We live in the country. Life flows with the rhythm of the natural world around us. It's beautiful and quiet. A new neighbour has moved in across
Aug 14, 17 02:09 PM
I’ve started to write this several times to say what she meant to me and our rescue efforts. I just can’t seem to accept that she’s no longer at the end
Aug 11, 17 05:13 PM
Milo discovered how to open the cabinet and his food bin to lay on his side and gobble as fast as he can . And then fall asleep with his head in the food
Aug 08, 17 06:09 AM
I rescued a female Pyrenees 3 years ago when she was 3. She has bad separation anxiety. We have to crate her when we are not home or she will pee and poop
Aug 07, 17 04:37 PM
DOB: Approx. May 2015 Companion dog Other dogs: One other high-ranked (confident) dog may be suitable Children: Over 10 years old Cats: Good Partial
Aug 07, 17 04:31 PM
*ADOPTED* Bella (now Lily) came in and went out and was adopted quickly. Belle is a very sweet girl of two years old. She has spent her short life tied
Aug 07, 17 04:28 PM
*ADOPTED* Update: Bear was introduced to Anne (and Izzy). He is now with Anne and settling in with her and Izzy. He is big and beautiful and all that Winnie
Aug 07, 17 10:18 AM
My Great Pyrenees pup is a big boy at 12 weeks.When should I have him Castrated ??