You can help Angels in Fur Dog Rescue with just a click!

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Natural Balance has teamed up with Angels in Fur Dog Rescue to donate one pound of food for each new “LIKE” on the Natural Balance Facebook page ( www.facebook.com/naturalbalancefan ). That means that YOU can help feed rescue dogs with just a click of your mouse! Since 2006, Angels in Fur has rescued and rehomed approximately 1,000 abandoned dogs from the pound or neglectful owners, many needing orthopedic surgery and months of rehabilitation.

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Tex For Mayor 2014

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Tex is one of 14 dog candidates running for a two year term to serve as the first canine mayor of Salt Lake County. American Dog Rescue Foundation and its founder Arthur Benjamin need YOUR votes to help Tex win! Tex is a death-row rescue from eight years ago. Read all about Tex’s campaign and initiatives at [link] , and then be sure to cast your vote for Tex. You can keep up with campaign updates on Facebook and Twitter.

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Angel Tree Campaign To Help Homeless Pets at 70 Shelters

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The tree is decorated with paper ornaments featuring photos and information about dogs and cats waiting for forever homes, along with a wish list of supplies, toys and treats needed to care for them. The holiday season can be challenging for local shelters and rescues, says Renee Coughlin of Best Friends Pet Care. I was really excited to hear about an Angel Tree program for pets. The program, which is run by Best Friends Pet Care , is now in it’s 11th year!

Hal Herzog's "Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat"

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And by the way, he debunks the idea of dogs and unconditional love, as well as the idea that pet owners are less lonely than people who don’t own pets. At least his research on pit bull-types of dogs demonstrates the injustice they face. . The campaign to moralize meat has largely been a failure. If that means volunteering at a dog rescue or giving money to PETA, all while eating and using animals, at least you’re doing something.

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