Stories About Rescue
Pets Will Inspire You To
Adopt A Puppy
Dogs really are man's best friend and the team at My Best Bark believe that we owe
them better than suffering alone in shelters and pounds, or on the street. That’s why
their latest blog entry shares the powerful stories of people who have decided to
adopt not shop.
My Best Bark, a passionate US online
community for dog care, have added to
their engaging dog blog with a touching
and heartfelt collection of stories about
dog rescues, fostering and adoptions.
The blog post comes in response to the latest studies which revealed that tragically in 2021 there are
currently 3.3 million dogs housed in various shelters across the US. Even more distressing to dog
lovers is the fact that more than half a million dogs in shelters are euthanized every year.
As such, My Best Bark wants to offer
you more information about how you
can save the life of a dog by giving it
a safe and welcoming new home.
Among some of the optimistic and heartwarming dog rescue stories
featured is the experience of Laura Seymour from Virginia who
rescued and adopted her beautiful Akita, who she has since called
Sadly, when Laura first encountered Takia she
was permanently chained to a tree outside a
residential property with only a hole in the mud to
sleep in and no food. After visiting and feeding her
three times a week for a whole year, Laura was
luckily able to have her freed and rescued.
At only five years of age Takia is a young and otherwise healthy dog who
should reasonably be able to expect a full and happy life. And now, thanks
to Laura, she will have this.
My Best Bark believes in celebrating
these inspiring stories of the
everyday Americans who are
providing a loving home for animals
My Best Bark was founded by a team of passionate dog and
animal lovers who want every dog in the US to be cared and
Therefore, in addition to the
compelling stories they feature on
their blog they offer you detailed
health, grooming and care advice for