Want Love? Add Dog

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue.”

Christy & “B” aka Libby

Christy & B
  Maggie wrote about Libby the dog awhile back in her blog called “Friends Come In All Shapes: Ask Libby“. She was in an animal shelter in Boston. Christy & Ryan adopted “B” whose full name is Libby or Liberty, but she kinda likes being called just “B”. We think B is a wonderful name for a “B”eautiful dog. Today, July 23rd is Bloggers Unite for Dog Rescue. Proof is in the pudding if you want some love get a dog. 100% pure unconditional love. Too many dogs are found in local dog rescue groups or at animal shelters. Maggie has many dog friends who were “rescued” or “adopted”. They tell her it’s a win win situation. Maggie wanted to show off some of her rescued friends photos. She thinks they are all the best tail waggers around! Maggie and I want everyone to think of the limitless pawsabilities when a heart is shared with another…. Want love, add dog! Woof! Woof!
Bella arriving in her loving home

Bella after being filled up with love

Daisy looking for love

All is good in Daisy land

Kirby says Aloha & Mahalo in his Kona lei

Kirby chilling with his bud
“Dogs are miracles with paws.”

4 comments to Want Love? Add Dog

  • starkwe  says:

    Maggie knows a lot of very lucky humans! We sure were lucky when we found Layla and Sadie.

  • Amy@GoPetFriendly  says:

    We call our Buster “B” for short, too! Rescue dogs really are fantastic – thanks for sharing the love, Maggie.

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