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naturepunk:

These two pups are named Shentea and Diamond. They are in desperate need of a foster home, and if none can be found before the end of the week, they will likely face euthanasia. 
Why? 
Because their previous owner claimed that they were wolfdogs. They are not. They are likley German shepherd/husky mixes, and now their lives are on the line because of misrepresentation. 
I’ve offered to foster these two if no other option can be found, but if you or anyone you know may be able to lend a hand, PLEASE contact me ASAP. They currently in Klamath Falls, Oregon, but I can help with transportation if need-be. 

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naturepunk:

These two pups are named Shentea and Diamond. They are in desperate need of a foster home, and if none can be found before the end of the week, they will likely face euthanasia.

Why?

Because their previous owner claimed that they were wolfdogs. They are not. They are likley German shepherd/husky mixes, and now their lives are on the line because of misrepresentation.

I’ve offered to foster these two if no other option can be found, but if you or anyone you know may be able to lend a hand, PLEASE contact me ASAP. They currently in Klamath Falls, Oregon, but I can help with transportation if need-be.

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New Developments in Gil Collar Shooting Case

Tragic story.

(Source: generalinjusticeblog)

elsathecorgi:

Elsa has a weird internal clock. 10:30 is bedtime. This stems from my usual “I have to get up at stupid o’clock because I’m a teacher” schedule I operated on from the time we brought her home until June (for summer school, I keep late hours and suffer the consequences). She puts herself in her crate and glares at me, wondering why I’m still up when it is clearly bedtime. Tonight she came upstairs to let me know the time, just in case.

Think this is a corgi characteristic? Yuri barks to tell me that it’s time to feed the cat and get ready for bed, then waits at the edge of the bed until I turn out the light.

elsathecorgi:

Elsa has a weird internal clock. 10:30 is bedtime. This stems from my usual “I have to get up at stupid o’clock because I’m a teacher” schedule I operated on from the time we brought her home until June (for summer school, I keep late hours and suffer the consequences). She puts herself in her crate and glares at me, wondering why I’m still up when it is clearly bedtime. Tonight she came upstairs to let me know the time, just in case.

Think this is a corgi characteristic? Yuri barks to tell me that it’s time to feed the cat and get ready for bed, then waits at the edge of the bed until I turn out the light.

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corgidean:

hlmp:

Ryan is safe and at home now! A million thanks to everyone who reblogged my “lost service dog” post and sent out positive thoughts into the universe—you guys are amazing. I have been so blown away by the Tumblr support we have received. Last I checked, the post had over 7,000 notes!! (And the most I’ve ever had for an original post on here was like 100, sooooooo…)

Peter, Ryan’s human papa, found her with the help of our other dog, Ryan’s sister Colby, about two miles from where she first took off (she was lost on Wednesday 7/16 at 12p and found on Friday 7/18 at 9:30p). They brought Colby’s collar with all of her jingly tags and walked around with it. Ryan likely recognized the sound and perhaps Colby’s scent and emerged from somewhere near the Daly City DMV parking lot looking exhausted but oh so happy.

Her paws were worn and bloody, she was dehydrated and limping, had burs and gum in her fur, but now she is HOME and she will be okay. I am so thankful she has no lasting injuries and especially that she was apparently able to stay out of traffic, despite that where she was found is a very busy area near a freeway.

A day and a half later she is in good spirits. Her paws have kind of scabbed and hardened back up, her muscles are still sore and her back legs are tight and a little limpy, but she can now hobble around the house okay.

Thanks again, everyone!! The family is back together, homeostasis resumed, things are good.

Lost Dog was found!!

Happy ending!