From the Editor
In It Together
Our January issue is devoted to rescue dogs and the volunteers who spend their time tirelessly working to care for homeless pets. Countless lives are saved thanks to the selfless efforts of dog lovers who house, feed, train and rehabilitate rescue dogs, and then carefully match them up with new forever families. Rescue comes in many forms, from city shelters to grass-roots rescue organizations, and even the individuals who foster one dog at a time, making it their mission to save as many animals as possible.
Those who don’t have the time or space to foster animals can help in other ways. You can volunteer your time to help out at a local shelter or rescue group, donate pet supplies and food, or give money to your favorite pet-rescue organization. Every little bit goes a long way toward helping dogs in need.
Some people think you can evenly divide the world into a black-and-white playing field with mixed-breed advocates on one side and purebred fanciers on the other, but I disagree. Homelessness touches all dogs, Mixed Breed and purebred alike, and breeders and owners of purebred dogs are just as devoted to rescue as people who work with unpedigreed pooches. At the end of the day, we all have something in common: an all-consuming love for dogs.
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