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12-20-2012

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an adoption story: meet miller.

12-18-2012

My friend’s adoption story…meet miller: “Our story is not a “love at first sight” story, but it is definitely an unconditional love story. I had wanted a dog forever and was always set on adoption;…

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looking to adopt or foster? meet lucy.

11-09-2012

Lucy is a beautiful 10 year old husky mix.  She was found on a stormy day in a busy traffic area scared out of her mind. Needless to say, she doesn’t like lightening or thunder.  My friend,…

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“PetFest” Old Town Spring, TX October 20-21

10-12-2012

We are so excited to be a vendor at “PetFest” located in Old Town Spring, Texas on October 20th and 21st.  The theme this year is “Woofstock, Peace, Love & Paws”.  We will be selling logo…

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“Martinis for Mutts” October 5th, 2012

We attended “Martinis for Mutts” on Friday, October 5th. This event benefited a rescue group in Houston, Texas called Pup Squad (http://pupsquad.org/).  They focus on rescuing puppies and their mommas.   *Since 2008, they have rescued…

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an adoption story: meet spruce.

09-25-2012

Spruce was the second dog that my sister and brother-in-law adopted.  They found him on the internet and adopted him from Lifeline Puppy Rescue (http://www.lifelinepuppy.org/) in Brighton,Colorado.  Spruce was originally named “Buck”, but they thought…

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an adoption story: meet cedar.

Cedar was the first adopted dog to become apart of our family.  Cedar was born in Ely,Minnesota but quickly moved to Leadville,Colorado where she became an accomplished sled dog.  At the age of 10, it…

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Welcome to www.dogadoptionoption.com!

08-07-2012

Hey everyone! Welcome to www.dogadoptionoption.com. The goal of this website is to raise awareness for the dog adoption movement. Every year, 3 to 4 million dogs and cats are euthanized because there aren’t enough homes…

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