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Meet Raphael, His story has a happy ending!
When Raphael was found, he weighed a measly 45 pounds – about half what he should be! This poor, neglected mixed breed pup was just a bag of bones! After another dog owner found him out while walking their own dog, the pup was turned over to the humane society and subsequently a shelter. 
Read his story
~~~ The BARKREPORT ~~~
Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com thebarkreport@gmail.com


Meet Raphael, His story has a happy ending!

When Raphael was found, he weighed a measly 45 pounds – about half what he should be! This poor, neglected mixed breed pup was just a bag of bones! After another dog owner found him out while walking their own dog, the pup was turned over to the humane society and subsequently a shelter. 

Read his story

~~~ The BARKREPORT ~~~

Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com 
thebarkreport@gmail.com

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Smokey needs a HOME… Please help!
Smokey’s family (friends) is in the process of moving to a larger home and are unable to take Smokey with him.  He desperately needs a home. Smokey is VERY family friendly, loves kids and loves to swim.  If you could pass the info around I would be most grateful.  An active family with a large yard would be great.  
Contact me for more information or if your interested:
Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com thebarkreport@gmail.com

Smokey needs a HOME… Please help!

Smokey’s family (friends) is in the process of moving to a larger home and are unable to take Smokey with him.  He desperately needs a home. Smokey is VERY family friendly, loves kids and loves to swim.  If you could pass the info around I would be most grateful.  An active family with a large yard would be great. 

Contact me for more information or if your interested:

Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com
thebarkreport@gmail.com

Filed under pet rescue dog thebarkreport los angeles southern california

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FREE PET ADOPTIONS @ Baldwin Park Animal Care Center
Tomorrow Saturday July 6th from 10am - 5pm
FREE!? How do they do that? Well, its all thanks to the Heigi Foundation who will be providing a $35 subsidy. What does that mean? The cost to adopt tomorrow will be $35 minus the subsidy = FREE. No excuse now, if you have been thinking about getting a new dog or cat then now is the tim to ADOPT!  
Still not convinced its time? Tommorrow you will get a Free Collar and Leash as well.  This is a one day deal so get out to Baldwin Park and bring home a new family member!  Heck, why not go to the website now and see all the faces waiting for you: Baldwin Park Adoptables
Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com

FREE PET ADOPTIONS @ Baldwin Park Animal Care Center

Tomorrow Saturday July 6th from 10am - 5pm

FREE!? How do they do that? Well, its all thanks to the Heigi Foundation who will be providing a $35 subsidy. What does that mean? The cost to adopt tomorrow will be $35 minus the subsidy = FREE. No excuse now, if you have been thinking about getting a new dog or cat then now is the tim to ADOPT!  

Still not convinced its time? Tommorrow you will get a Free Collar and Leash as well.  This is a one day deal so get out to Baldwin Park and bring home a new family member!  Heck, why not go to the website now and see all the faces waiting for you: Baldwin Park Adoptables

Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com

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Fireworks Frighten Animals
I want to thank our Friends at No Stray Left Behind for posting this image on Facebook.  With Forth of July days away this is great advise.  Personally, I go out an watch fireworks every year in my local neighborhood.  One year I was home sick and discovered that my Scottish terrier hid in the corner of the bathroom behind the toilet when the fire works were going off.  I felt terrible to know in previous years she was all alone. 
Keep pets inside during fireworks times, they can feel and hear the loud noises from miles away.
Do not leave pets chained or caged outside.
Leave a TV or radio playing at normal volume to drown out the noise, and give them their favorite toy to distract them.
Make sure pets are wearing ID tags with up-to-date contact information, in case the become lost.
No Stray Left Behind is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit rescue group. Their goal is to save as many abandoned, abused, and neglected dogs possible; provide them environments in which to rehabilitate their souls and find them a home that will love and cherish them for the rest of their lives. They receive no funding from government agencies or other animal welfare organizations. They are an all volunteer organization and always in need of foster homes. To see there adoptables visit: http://www.nostrayleftbehind.com/
Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com

Fireworks Frighten Animals

I want to thank our Friends at No Stray Left Behind for posting this image on Facebook.  With Forth of July days away this is great advise.  Personally, I go out an watch fireworks every year in my local neighborhood.  One year I was home sick and discovered that my Scottish terrier hid in the corner of the bathroom behind the toilet when the fire works were going off.  I felt terrible to know in previous years she was all alone. 

  • Keep pets inside during fireworks times, they can feel and hear the loud noises from miles away.
  • Do not leave pets chained or caged outside.
  • Leave a TV or radio playing at normal volume to drown out the noise, and give them their favorite toy to distract them.
  • Make sure pets are wearing ID tags with up-to-date contact information, in case the become lost.

No Stray Left Behind is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit rescue group. Their goal is to save as many abandoned, abused, and neglected dogs possible; provide them environments in which to rehabilitate their souls and find them a home that will love and cherish them for the rest of their lives. They receive no funding from government agencies or other animal welfare organizations. They are an all volunteer organization and always in need of foster homes. To see there adoptables visit: http://www.nostrayleftbehind.com/

Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com

(Source: facebook.com)

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South Hills Dog Park Grand Opening Saturday June 29th, 2013 

Glendora celebrates the much anticipated re-opening of the newly renovated South Hills Park, including a new walking trail, off-leash dog park and playground expansion. 

I attended this event an thought to do a video of the ribbon cutting.  It was nice to see all the dogs there for this event.  It was crazy to see 50 dogs all playing in the small dog area. I spoke with the nice people from Inland Valley Humane Society who will be taking over for Glendora Animal Control next Monday.

There was one man who was vocal about his dislike for the park having been a long time resident of the area he was unhappy that there was “No place to throw a ball” and continued by saying that no one wanted this park.  Well, I know for a fact because I filled out the questionnaire sent out to all Glendora Residents asking for how we would like to see improvements in our community parks and I for one was among many who called for a Dog Park in Glendora. Two years later here we are.

Thank you to the Glendora Community Services Department for this Park. My only criticism is there is NO shade trees on the small dog play area.

Nick Rogers @ thebarkreport.com

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Pet World Insider Presents - Wiener Dog Racing

The 18th running of the Wienerschnitzel Wiener Nationals was held on Saturday, July 20, 2013, with proceeds to benefit the Seal Beach Animal Care Center…

See what all the fuss is about in this video from our friends at Pet World Insider. I saw mini-races at the OC Pet Expo a couple months back and was amazed at how fast these dogs are!

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Some more pics of A Dog Day Afternoon Pet Adoption Fair

The news of several adoptions has encouraged us at BartdoG Charities to do it all summer. We are looking at doing a small “Community Pet Adoption Fair” every month here in Glendora, Ca. located right of Route 66 with plenty of street traffic. Probably the 3rd Saturday of every month, This will be a Adoptibles only event and as per usual if you are a 501(c)(3) rescue and are interested in attending please drop me a line: thebarkreport@gmail.com

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Meet Rocky: His life was saved at the “A Dog Day Afternoon Pet Adoption Fair”
I would like to share this touching story about the compassion of local Pet Rescue from Sherry of Glendora.

Thank you for putting the Dog Day Afternoon!!! You helped save lives. I want to share with you Rocky. He was an owner surrender at the Baldwin Park Shelter. He had been at the shelter since May 25th. They currently have 803 animals at their shelter minus 3 because of your event. Rocky being a senior boy at 8 years of age (52 years old human years) struck a cord in my heart. It was the end of the day and everyone was packing up to end their day. I went around asking the rescues if they would take him. In rescue work it’s all about a numbers game…do you save 6 dogs who will be adopted quickly so you can save more lives or do you adopt one that you may have for a long time??? Sometimes you make an exception and take that leap of faith. I had asked all the rescues if they would take Rocky. All resuces were bursting at the seems and in desparate need of foster homes. Rocky had been taken care as he had some of his teeth pulled but, for whatever reason the owners surrendered him to the shelter…Everyone was was really full of fosters I went and sat back down on the bench and was waiting until the last minute to put this little guy back on the truck were he would go back to the shelter knowing he would be euthanized on Monday due to the shelter numbers and running out of space at the shelter…The next thing I know Jenna from Mutts ‘N Stuff comes walking towards me crying and saying that she would take him!!!! I put my head down and started crying because I did not want to put him back on the truck. I am truly grateful all the hard work that your organization does and truly appreciate on the work, frustration and joy that you get out of putting on this event. Looking forward to the next one!!!! THANK YOU AND ROCKY AND ALL THE OTHER PETS ADOPTED TODAY THANK YOU!!!!

Thank you for Sharing this with us Sherry. It makes all the hard work of putting on these event well worth it and pushes me to do more! We can’t save all of the animals on our own. It takes a village and Jenna from Mutts ‘N Stuff stepped up to help! Lets keep sharing these success stories! Listen up SoCal thats one shelter with over 800 animals and there are many more throughout SoCal with many more! I cant stress enough that we ALL need to be responsible pet owners and Spay/Neuter our animals. If you think you cant afford it then just ask, we can help you find a low-cost clinic near you.
Nick Roger @ www.thebarkreport.com

Meet Rocky: His life was saved at the “A Dog Day Afternoon Pet Adoption Fair”

I would like to share this touching story about the compassion of local Pet Rescue from Sherry of Glendora.

Thank you for putting the Dog Day Afternoon!!! You helped save lives. I want to share with you Rocky. He was an owner surrender at the Baldwin Park Shelter. He had been at the shelter since May 25th. They currently have 803 animals at their shelter minus 3 because of your event. Rocky being a senior boy at 8 years of age (52 years old human years) struck a cord in my heart. It was the end of the day and everyone was packing up to end their day. I went around asking the rescues if they would take him. In rescue work it’s all about a numbers game…do you save 6 dogs who will be adopted quickly so you can save more lives or do you adopt one that you may have for a long time??? Sometimes you make an exception and take that leap of faith. I had asked all the rescues if they would take Rocky. All resuces were bursting at the seems and in desparate need of foster homes. Rocky had been taken care as he had some of his teeth pulled but, for whatever reason the owners surrendered him to the shelter…Everyone was was really full of fosters I went and sat back down on the bench and was waiting until the last minute to put this little guy back on the truck were he would go back to the shelter knowing he would be euthanized on Monday due to the shelter numbers and running out of space at the shelter…The next thing I know Jenna from Mutts ‘N Stuff comes walking towards me crying and saying that she would take him!!!! I put my head down and started crying because I did not want to put him back on the truck. I am truly grateful all the hard work that your organization does and truly appreciate on the work, frustration and joy that you get out of putting on this event. Looking forward to the next one!!!! THANK YOU AND ROCKY AND ALL THE OTHER PETS ADOPTED TODAY THANK YOU!!!!

Thank you for Sharing this with us Sherry. It makes all the hard work of putting on these event well worth it and pushes me to do more! We can’t save all of the animals on our own. It takes a village and Jenna from Mutts ‘N Stuff stepped up to help! Lets keep sharing these success stories! 

Listen up SoCal thats one shelter with over 800 animals and there are many more throughout SoCal with many more! I cant stress enough that we ALL need to be responsible pet owners and Spay/Neuter our animals. If you think you cant afford it then just ask, we can help you find a low-cost clinic near you.

Nick Roger @ www.thebarkreport.com

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