Giving Back

  • Nine Big BlogPaws Announcements

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    If you are reading this on Thursday, April 3rd, there are just 36 days left until the big BlogPaws Conference on Lake Las Vegas. From May 8 through May 10, the official conference happens! Nine big BlogPaws announcements to share! There are many things that have… read more

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  • Animals Rescued From A Puppy Mill Taken In By AWLA

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    According  to a press release, the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA),  an Emergency Placement Partner for the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has taken in ten dogs and four rabbits that were part of 180 animals rescued from a puppy mill in Arkansas in… read more

  • BarkAID Founder Is Being The Change For Pets

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Patrick Lomantini loves to set world records. He garnered two when he combined his love of being a stylist with marathon sessions of cutting hair. “I do love to break records,” he said in a phone interview, “but after winning… read more

  • Join The Soul Mate Skate In Philly

    Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia has extended an invitation to its first ever “With Love: Soul Mate Skate” on Saturday, February 15, 2014! Organized by CNKP in conjunction with the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (“DRWC”), the Soul Mate Skate will allow a variety of rescue groups to feature their adoptable… read more

  • The STOP Cat Shelter Destroyed By Fire: Help Needed

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    A fire destroyed The Stop The Overpopulation of Pets (STOP) cat shelter in Mansfield, OH on January 24 leaving the shelter in critical need of financial help. Three cats perished in the blaze, seven are unaccounted for, but firefighters and rescuers managed to save 37 of… read more

  • Breaking News: 3rd Annual Community #BlogPawty Rescheduled

    The Community Twitter #BlogPawty is being rescheduled due to a family emergency with the BlogPaws Executive Team. Please bear with us as the Executive Team deals with their family emergency. We’ll announce a rescheduled date as soon as we can. Don’t lose your excitement for this annual… read more

  • Pets As Holiday Gifts? Studies Say It’s Not A Bad Thing

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    Post by Robbi Hess #GivingMonth at BlogPaws is officially winding down because 2013 is coming to a close. As pet lovers, though we all know that giving back and giving to pets and pet shelters and rescues is something that should be ongoing. When it comes… read more

  • Why Numbers Are Important to Pet Bloggers

    by: Carol Bryant Pet bloggers can and do make a difference. How many of you feel that way? Better yet, how many of you have a helluva hard time trying to explain that to friends, co-workers, family, and folks who aren’t in the pet blogging community?… read more

  • Adopting (and Loving) Astrid: Dealing With A Dog With Cancer

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess There are two ways to look at this story: With anger at the individuals who would drop off a three-pound deaf, blind dog who was suffering cancerous tumors in a park and leave her to fend for herself; or with… read more

  • BlogPaws Celebrates National Adopt a Cat/Adopt A Shelter Cat Month

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess We, here at BlogPaws, are like James Herriot and love "all creatures great and small," but this month we are loving on cats just a smidge more as they are our spotlight pet. Because June is National Adopt a Cat/Adopt… read more