A Tale of Two Shelters
| | | | | | | | | | |

A Tale of Two Shelters

Private animal shelters often are built near public shelters to do the job that the tax-payer funded shelter is not. They literally rescue dogs from the public shelter. Why is more not expected from a government run shelter? Why do citizens pay for two shelters – one with their taxes and the other with their donations (and hearts)? And why, pray tell, do we allow this to go on?

Saving Webster Dogs
| | | | | | |

Saving Webster Dogs

Saving Webster Dogs is truly saving Webster County’s dogs (without the help or funding of Webster County). You’ll be amazed at what these remarkable women do and, if you’re a hound lover, you’re in for a visual treat! Please read, share, and help @SavingWebsterDogs if you can.

An Angel in the Tennessee Dog Pounds
| | | | |

An Angel in the Tennessee Dog Pounds

As we walked through several municipal pounds in Tennessee, I kept thinking, “Thank God for Amber.” Truly. She and her husband Brandon and their rescue Halfway Home are the only hope for too many animals whose lives could so easily be snuffed out, unknown and uncounted. As far as I can tell, ‘animal control’ in…

Attention Gibson County, Tennessee: Do YOU Know What’s Happening at YOUR Dog Pound?
| | | | | | |

Attention Gibson County, Tennessee: Do YOU Know What’s Happening at YOUR Dog Pound?

It was late afternoon on a Thursday when we reached Gibson County dog pound and the kennels were filled with dogs. The pound is tucked into a corner of the fairgrounds and you really have to be looking for it to find it. Mike, the ACO for the dog pound, explained that the pound was…