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2011 in Review on Doodle Soup

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,000 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 50 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]

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Oodles of JRT’s

Meet Terry    Meet Terry Terry is a special boy. He’s a Parson’s Jack Russel Terrier who found himself in a Southern Kill Shelter. He is very sweet, loves to be near people and play. He is young, about 1.5 years old and is looking for his forever home in NJ. He does not get […]

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Where’s Luke’s Forever Home?

Luke is an adorable 2 year old Schnoodle who lost his home because his owner became ill with cancer and could no longer take care of him. Scared and shy at first, Luke warms up quickly and is a sweet lovable and snuggable boy. He has an obsession with balls and doesn’t like to be […]

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Guess who’s now a Jersey girl?

Guess who’s now a Jersey girl?     Surrendered to a kill shelter down South, Dolly is a sweet……. What breed do you think she is? Dolly is a gorgeous Itty Bitty who found herself in a Southern Kill Shelter and was rescued and was transported to NJ. Dolly is very sweet and is a little […]

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Fosters Are a Valuable Resource

Every rescue and shelter needs fosters to save more animals. Experienced fosters are worth their weight in gold but to become experienced, a new foster needs guidance and direction. Fostering an animal from a shelter or rescue is an important part of the adoption process. It also ensures scared, abused and neglected animals get a […]

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Letter to a New Rescue Parent

Dear New Rescue Parent, As someone who has rescued two dogs (three if you count the one I rescued from my brother), my best advice to a new rescue owner is … be patient. When our first rescue came to us, she was young. At only five or six months old, our Doodle Girl, Ginger, […]

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What is an Animal Advocate?

Is an animal advocate someone who walks the halls of a shelter? Someone who sits on the telephone all day, talking to shelters, volunteers, arranging pulls and transports? Is an animal advocate only someone like Wayne Pacelle of The Humane Society of the US, who has dedicated his life to animal advocacy by alerting, pushing for […]

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Why Do I Write?

Why do I write? Mostly it is to “get it off my chest.” I am normally a “glass half full” kind of person but there are times when people are such a disappointment to me (probably why I love my dogs so much) that I can get down. Especially in the past year, when people I believed […]

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Regarding Accusation, Innuendo and Outright Lies

I will never understand why some people feel the need to create lies about other people. Whether out of jealousy or greed, those people are very small individuals. I firmly believe in karma and what you put out into the universe will come back to you. Those who send out lies, will eventually be caught […]

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Meet the Mom of That Pet Store Dog

    For decades, The HSUS has fought puppy mills on all fronts. From conducting investigations to strengthening laws, we won’t stop until dogs are not suffering in puppy mills any longer. Join us in the fight—with your help, we can win. http://stoppuppymills.org/ Puppy mills are nothing new. These mass dog-breeding operations have been around […]

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