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How to microchip

How to microchip your pet   How to Microchip Your Pet—And Why It’s Important BY KIRSTIN FAWCETT AUGUST 15, 2016 When it comes to finding a lost pet, microchips—implantable computer chips that are encoded with a unique ID number and placed under your pet’s skin—are way more effective than a Read more…

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Spring Rescue Fundraiser

https://www.bonfire.com/the-stafford-knot-healthystaffords/ Order your beautiful shirts today! Click the link above to order. For the next two weeks we are offering shirts with a new colorful custom Stafford logo. There are six styles and 28 gorgeous colors to select from. Profit benefits TSK worldwide Stafford rescue fund. Only available until 18 Read more…

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Rescue

Rescued By Staffie Smiles

Chip's history is not known but he was rescued by SSR from a pound in Yorkshire a few days before he came to me. He had been picked up as a stray. Chip was in a terrible state very underweight (under 10 kilos), huge bald patches due to skin condition (and I believe stress) and...

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Rescue

Stafford Rescue USA Updates 2016

Dempsey entered into rescue on July 23rd of 2016. His heartbroken owner had become increasingly disabled and was very worried that one day his own health would require a higher level of care and that Dempsey’s fate would be decided by others. Though extremely unhappy to see his best friend of 10 years go off...

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Rescue

Reprogramming The Secondhand Dog

One mistake that I see and I cannot stress enough is the over emotional human who thinks it best to coddle, impose and add more stress to second hand dog. Whether the dog you have adopted is an introverted, passive dog or an extroverted, anxious, reactive dog. Imposing upon them will only add to your...

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Important Steps To Safely Foster A Rescue Dog

It is so important that I do not take on a problem that will be more than I can handle emotionally, physically or financially. That is what causes volunteers to quit. It can be the same with dogs; it has to be a good experience for me, the rescue dog and my own dogs! Here...

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Rescue

Foster Mom Enjoys Rewards Of Fostering

Our challenge was to get him ready for adoption. Our temporary tenant needed a lot of training before he would be ready to go to his forever home. The first two weeks were the hardest. In many ways, taking care of Atticus was like having a young puppy. He had no experience living among humans...

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