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Best Friends Waiting

A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself. ~ Josh Billings


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Meet Indy, an Aussie/Retriever mix who is approximately 1-2 years old. He is a very sweet and loving boy that is full of energy, and he gets along well with other dogs. Indy is micro-chipped, but was picked up as a stray. The owners were called and they said they gave Indy away and did not want to claim him. He’s looking for someone to love. Are you the forever home that this handsome boy deserves?



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This tiny little guy is full of personality. Peewee is a three-year-old neutered Chihuahua. He loves all people big and small. He loves to cuddle with his person but if they are up and about, he will follow everywhere they go. Peewee is full of playful energy so he would really benefit from a canine companion. This little guy weighs about 4 pounds, and would love to meet you. He’s looking for his forever home.


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Nacho is a 12-18 month-old girl, and most likely a Wirehair/Doxie mix. When her ears are out to the side, it looks like she could fly! She gets along with other dogs and cats seem to be okay. Nacho was found as a stray and no one claimed her. She is extremely sweet and wants to find a home that will love her forever and not lose her! Could you be the one she’s looking for?

These dogs and more are waiting for forever homes at the Evergreen Animal Protective League. Check here for information on meeting these pooches and their friends.


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Come Rescue Me

Here at Dogma Pet Supply and Dog Wash™ we are passionate about animal adoption and rescue. Roughly 6-8 million animals enter animal shelters every year in the United States. Of these, only half will find new, forever homes. If you are considering adoption, Found Animals® is a great resource for answering any questions you may have about rescue, and by entering your zip code on their homepage, it will lead you to animals available in your area.

Many shelter pets were once owned by individuals or families and were relinquished to a shelter through no fault of their own. Animal care centers, like the Evergreen Animal Protective League, have a variety of pets from many different breeds – many who are well-socialized, healthy and happy. Although your community may have reputable breeders who are aware of the pet over-population problem and breed responsibly, with so many relinquished pets, you will also find a rescue group for just about every breed of cat and dog. A rescue group in your area will usually have pets ranging in age from puppies and kittens to senior pets. Remember that by adopting, you are saving a life.



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