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Sweet Angel

When we brought Angel home she was a one year old stray with scabs all over her body. She was so thin we were sure she was part whippet.

Five years ago, at the age of seven, Angel developed canine lupus. She lost all her pigment (vitiligo) and started having issues with vasculitis and inflammation…

Read About How Her Life Was Saved! »

Delicious Or Deadly?

Delicious or Deadly

Some common foods can make a pet sick. Do you know which are safe?Test your knowledge with this QUIZ!


Mystic's Miracle

Mystic was rescued from severe abuse. Her tail had been broken in multiple places, and healed fused, making it difficult for her to walk. It had to be amputated. Though the surgery was a success, she was struck by neurological and renal problems that required further specialized care.

Mystic desperately needed a miracle.

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Help Save Dogs From This Barbaric Festival!

In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. This cruel and inhumane festival kills an estimated 10,000 dogs per year. The dogs are kept in small cages, suffer from neglect, and are not humanely killed - it is brutal. Worse, many of these dogs are stolen pets—some of them still wearing their collars.

Many organizations have come together to try to stop the festival, and volunteers have by hook or crook tried to save as many dogs as they can. Recently, the San Diego Humane Society took 26 dogs under its wing, with many more expected to arrive soon. Slowly, these dogs are being taught to forget their fear and remember how to play, how to trust, and most importantly, how to love. One day, they may be able to find a forever home.

You can help the San Diego Humane Society care for and rehabilitate these sweet pups.

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