Rachel Mairose started Secondhand Hounds in 2009. “So far we’ve adopted almost 8,000 dogs out since 2009,” Mairose said.
Older, ailing dogs are often the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized at a shelter. This spring, non-profit Secondhand Hounds started a hospice program for those otherwise unwanted dogs.
The weather has been frigid to say the least, and it’s about to get worse. But the concern over the cold isn’t just about us, it’s about man’s best friend.
Talk about a sweet surprise. Sweet Retreat in Edina said they raised a whopping $9,000 to help a badly abused pup, on the mend.
A once badly-abused dog is now getting extra help thanks to hundreds of sweet strangers.
One Twin Cities woman was able to turn her passion into a career, helping thousands of dogs in the process.
Thirty puppies found a new home Sunday after being rescued from a puppy mill in Utah.
Some things in life are predictable. Find Duke and you’ll find Daisy. It is quickly apparent the two yellow Labrador retrievers get along better together. Without Duke, you see, Daisy bumps into things — a lot.