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Susan W. Watt, Executive Director IRAM Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

Archived Freelance Interview1st Publication February 2016An interview with Susan W. Watt, Executive Director IRAMBlack Hills Wild Horse Sanctuaryby Gina McKnightSusan W. Watt is the Executive Director of South Dakota's Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuar...
by Riding & Writing on Mar 27, 2016


Boom! This is not uncommon to hear at our house. Not a firework. A bird. Let me explain. Apparently, I keep my windows way too clean. It is almost a routine occurrence that a bird… Continue Reading… The post CLEAN WINDOWS appeared first on LE...
by Let There Be Pets on Mar 25, 2016

Giving Five Precious Puppies a Chance – Hope for Paws Rescue – VIDEO

When momma dog went missing two weeks earlier a kindhearted neighbor woman did what she could to help the five orphaned stray puppies but the situation wouldn’t last. Thankfully Lucky Puppy Rescue contacted Hope for Paws… Didn’t you...
by For the Love of the Dog on Mar 7, 2016

The Rainbow Bridge Welcomes Nico Swan

My heart is breaking… Nico is flying free… From a story I shared in 2014 about a Dog Argentino, known as Nico, whose story began even earlier, in 2009 with a picture that had become viral… This photo is not unknown to animal lovers...
by For the Love of the Dog on Jan 27, 2016

Neoteric Hovercraft makes ice rescues safer

The following article about the Branch County Sheriff's Department's Neoteric rescue hovercraft was published in Michigan's Shoreline Magazine ...Branch County hovercraft can helpmake ice rescues saferby Christy Hart-HarrisSgt. Rick Holtgrave pilots...
by Neoteric Hovercraft Blog on Dec 7, 2015

Fostering a Rescue Dog

One of my passions/interests outside of work is helping with the rescue of neglected/abandoned dogs, particularly the Cane Corso, I myself have adopted two Cane Corso over the years and given them their forever homes. Using the Skill set I have in I...
by Its a Blog ! Not a Log ! on Oct 7, 2015

Summer is flying by!!!

dog rescues in san diego, rescue dogs, rescue dog adoptions, lucky pup dog rescuedog friendly weddings, lucky pup dog rescue adoption centerThe summer is just flying by, can't believe it's been over a month since I've been here to share. Another...
by Elope San Diego on Aug 17, 2015

Elaine Nash, CEO Fleet of Angels

Elaine Nash, CEO Fleet of AngelsBy Gina McKnight iView Columnhttp://truecowboymagazine.comArchived Article As seen in Nov/Dec 2014 IssueElaine Nash is the quintessential equestrian; growing up with horses, living with horses, riding horses, now savin...
by Riding & Writing on Mar 17, 2015

How to Customize an Old Refrigerator

When we built our summer cottage six years ago a friend gave us this refrigerator for our basement. You can click here to see how I reversed the opening of the door. While my first preference was a stainless refrigerator, I couldn’t see spending mo...
by Life at Lydia's House on Jan 27, 2015

Great Dane Rescues

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by Cute Dog Wallpapers on Nov 29, 2014

Rescuing A Caned Chair

If you are at all familiar with this blog you know that I love to rescue old furniture and give it new life. I am particularly fond of tables and chairs. Not long ago I ran across this old chair at Goodwill. I had to wait for an older gentleman who w...
by Life at Lydia's House on Nov 3, 2014

{Black & White Sunday} Meeting Duncan Lou Who!

Last weekend I was lucky enough to meet the famous Duncan Lou Who (DLW) of Panda Paws Rescue while he was down at the Portland Saturday Market with his family. Duncan is a young male boxer who was born with four legs, but the back two were fused into...
by SheSpeaksBark on Nov 2, 2014

Three win a 2015 Pit Bull Calendar 10/18

Hosted by: Queen of Savings, Michigan Savings and More, Here we go again, ready? and Mommy Makes TimeSponsor: Dog Park PublishingOctober is Pit Bull Awareness Month. If you love Pit Bulls you will want to enter this giveaway. Check out the calendar l...
by Barbara's Beat on Oct 4, 2014

More Rescued Chairs

I have had a very productive week and was able to complete the set of dining chairs that I recently rescued. It was a lot of work but I love how they turned out. Let me remind you what they looked like when I found them for a whopping $20 each.
by Life at Lydia's House on Sep 15, 2014

Why You Should Adopt Your Next Pet from a Shelter

If you are considering becoming a pet parent for the first time or adding to your existing pet family you should consider pet adoption as a very good alternative to purchasing a pet from a breeder or pet store. Giving pets that live in shelters a cha...
by Ajab Gazab on Sep 14, 2014

How To Make Simple Furniture Repairs

When I stumbled across this little drop leaf side table I was immediately drawn to it. The price was $35 and when I showed interest the dealer immediately told me that he could do better on the price. I asked how much better. His reply was $20 and I...
by Life at Lydia's House on Sep 8, 2014

Golden Retriever Rescues

by Cute Dog Wallpapers on Sep 6, 2014

Earthquake Death Toll Rises to Nearly 600 in China

The death toll from the quake that struck Yunnan Province on Sunday has jumped to 589 as rescuers reached isolated villages and recovered the bodies of 179 more victims, the state media reported...
by Eastasianews on Aug 6, 2014

Otherworldly Downpour Preceded Landslide in India

Severe weather hit South Asia in recent days, but the reason for the landslide, in which 158 people were feared dead, was unclear even four days later.
by Eastasianews on Aug 3, 2014

World Briefing: India: Dozens of Villagers Still Missing After Landslide

Rescue workers pulled eight survivors from the mud a day after a huge landslide hit the village of Malin in the Pune district of Maharashtra State in western India.
by Eastasianews on Jul 31, 2014

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