Day 3 of Dogly Days is bringing the color!
Today we’re giving away 2 COLORFUL MADE IN THE USA SPARKY’S WATERPROOF COLLARS to one dog and a friend!
And, ALL Auburn Leathercrafters collars and leashes, including their beautiful leather classics, are 10% off for 24 hrs!
How to enter the giveaway:
1. Follow @dogly_
2. Comment below by tagging a friend who could use some color this winter
3. US only
4. Unlimited entries
Collars come in 8 different colors. Randomly chosen winner + friend will be announced at 7 PM EST, but sale will continue the rest of the night.
Good luck! #FairyDoglyMother
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PS - Mutzy is #adoptable from @fortheloveofdogsrescue
Christmas care early for us 🐾🎄 when this little angel came into our lives. Rescues are the most rewarding experience you can imagine. A friendly reminder to adopt not shop this season! There are so many amazing animals waiting for a second chance and a new home. Not able to rescue? Shelters could use all the help as the prepare for the new year. As families purchase puppies and kittens and bunnies for gifts this Christmas, many of those pets will end up at shelters or abandoned in the coming months.
As amazing and exciting as travel is for me, seeing the plight of stray animals in another city or country is by far the hardest part! It happens so often. You’re on vacation, walking around exploring or sitting at a café and you stumble upon the beautiful face of a dog or cat looking scared and hungry – ready to steal your heart. Somehow they just manage to find me, everywhere I go! And I end up feeling so helpless, wanting to rescue the baby, change its life, take it home even though I know I can’t. Even if it is only a temporary relief for these beautiful beings, there’s ways through which I’ve found one can help stray animals while traveling. I’ve looked up for local NGOs when a kitten found me on the beach in Bali, I’ve also found a rescue organization on the island of Boracay! You can help by choosing to volunteer at one of these local animal welfare organization or contribute by way of donations. They could do with some help, funds are ALWAYS an issue! There are people and organizations out there doing some inspiring work. If you find a needy animal close to your hotel, check with the hotel / resort manager if they are feeding the babies, suggest contacting a local NGO. No one can blame you for how you feel, but the important thing to know is how you can make a difference – small or big. In Sri Lanka I volunteered at the Sea Turtle conservation site and I even helped out at a floating sanctuary called the Catboat in Amsterdam when I visited. Really helped me feel a lot better while I was there. Check out the work that Kaya Volunteer does - they help connect you with the right spaces where you can you volunteer either towards a sustainable community or any local conservation project while on vacation. And there’s also CANDi - Cats and Dogs International. They work across international destinations to save the lives of stray cats and dogs through sterilization and education programs by empowering local community organizations to implement #animalwelfare programs. #compassionbeyondborders#adoptdontshop#volunteer#rescueismyfavoritebreed
🎶Santa Paws is coming to towwwwwn. 🎶
Otto is excited about his first chrismas present delivery 🧡
Its hard to believe that last winter we brought him into our home from a life in rescue, not daring to believe he would see even his first Christmas with us. We even opened his gifts early last year... Yet here we are, a year on and looking forward to our second Christmas with this funny old dog. It has been difficult, life changing, emotional.. But boy has it also been funny, loving, ridiculously happy.. And totally worth it ❤️
Update on #VikingVonn:
Hello!! Vonn here or as I’m called now here in Colorado ‘Pinto Bean’! Where did Pinto Bean come from? Well - my family says that I’m a pint sized little fellow. I also make noises and smells like if I had eaten a big bowl of beans sometimes! I am just a little guy, so my noises are small for now.
But as I grow, I will work hard to make my noises much louder and bigger! It is my doggie dream. Not sure if Mom is on board with my plan. But the other dogs seem very interested in me when I make my little noises and smells. So there you go!
My life started pretty rough. I was brought to a high kill shelter with my Mom, me, and my 10 other siblings. Yes - you heard that right. There were 12 of us total. I was only 1 DAY old!! Now I ask you what kind of human would give up such awesome dogs? I don’t know, but they were not very nice humans I’m thinking. We were hours from being killed and then the ‘GOOD’ humans at St. Rocco’s Foundation came to the rescue!! Boy - we were all very happy to get out of that place. The humans at St. Rocco’s are a-ok in my book! And my other 11 family members agree! They really took care of us. If you don’t believe me look at the picture above!! That’s me in the middle, and as you can see, I have a very fat and full puppy tummy!! Now I’m in my forever home living it up in Denver!! Life here in the Rocky Mountain State is pretty fun. We have had some snow that I got to run around in! I get lots of treats, awesome toys to play with, I like my Vet (kinda - she pokes me too much though), and I have my new BBF Goblin the Pug. I like him so much I sleep with him. My Mom kept trying to put a Santa Claus hat on me! So I got it off my head and ran under the bed with it! I chewed it all up! So now that dumb hat is gone!! My Mom took me to work and I got LOTS of attention and treats!! But look how cute I am! I’m irresistible! So far I’m liking the Denver scene and I anticipate many more treats for me!! Mom keeps trying to get pictures of me, but I'm a fast little guy with things to do and smells to discover. Luckily, I do respond well to bribes like yummy treats!! So here are some new pictures of your truly!!
I’m adopted?!?! 🤔🤯Sharing this photo because it’s Tuesday, a week after her first adoptaversary and I love to see this girl’s transformation from where she started. Some a-hole left one of the best puppies in the world on the side of the road to die. Their loss. 💗 #transformationtuesday
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She is the PURRFECT kitty if you’re home alone often and want a companion. She follows me every where and let’s me carry her around. She can go to a home with other pets or be your only girl. She’s about a year and a half / 2 years old. She was dumped at the shelter only because her family had too many animals. Skinny is an AMAZING girl. #rescueismyfavoritebreed#adoptdontshop#adoptables#fostercat#fosteringsaveslives
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ANIMAL HEALTH DAYS THIS WEEK
Come join the BAWA team this week at two of our health days for sterilization and general vet treatment by BAWA along with free rabies vaccinations.
FRIDAY DECEMBER 14TH, 2018
TIME: 10am until finish
WHERE: Br. Padang Tegal Kelod, Ubud
If you are planning on attending the event on Friday, please register your dog first by calling the BAWA hotline on 081 2384 0133 or emailing Bagus at [email protected]
SUNDAY DECEMBER 16TH, 2018
TIME: 10am until finish
WHERE: Desa Jagapati, Angantaka, Badung
If you are planning on attending the event on Sunday, please register your dog first by calling the Program Dharma Hotline on 081 337 541 100.
BAWA runs free sterilization programs five to six days a week, and these programs are completely funded through your donations. Please donate to this very worthy cause at bawabali.com/donate
BAWA looks forward to seeing you there!
Just last month BAWA rescued Tuka from the side of the road. Tuka had Demodex, and a bacterial infection that was so bad, part of the bone on her tail was raw and exposed. After being treated at the clinic and having her tail docked, Tuka was moved to the BAWA center.
Tuka is still healing and currently being socialised with other dogs, volunteers and staff. She still has some way to go but look at the amazing progress she’s made in just four weeks!
Rescuing and rehabilitating animals like Tuka would not be possible without your donations. BAWA receives many urgent calls every day and is struggling to keep up. Please donate to BAWA so that more animals can be saved from pain and suffering.
TO DONATE: bawabali.com/donate
When we woke up this morning Fern was definitely feeling a little bit more spunky. She was wagging her tail and jumping to get out of her pen. The vet checked her out and thought everything seemed well. It’s possible she ate something that just had her feeling yucky for a full day. We are going to continue to monitor that she gets better and doesn’t go another 24+hour time period without eating. She definitely gave us a scare and I hope she truly is feeling much better with time.