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Animal Rescue Group Takes On Dogs Being Left Out in the Cold

Smithtown, NY – One year ago, a community was rocked by an image of a frozen dog that was posted on social media by an animal control center in New Jersey. The dog had been found frozen to death on a city street, and the picture was posted as a message to others of how […]

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Guardians of Rescue Takes Risks to Rescue Soldier’s Pets in the Middle East

  Animal rescue group is working to relocate military pets in the Middle East to America SMITHTOWN, New York – There are thousands of American soldiers who are serving in the Middle East. Many of them find stray cats and dogs which become their pets. They create bonds, as the soldiers all chip in to care […]

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Two U.S. Soldiers to Adopt Rescued Dogs from Middle East

Smithtown, N.Y. While many people are familiar with the many U.S. soldiers serving in the Middle East, they are not aware of the dogs that often serve alongside them. Some of the dogs serve in official positions helping the military effort, while others are strays that the soldiers become attached to. Rather than having to leave […]

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Two Military Veterans to Get Life-Changing Gift from Paws of War

Smithtown, N.Y. Paws of War, a nonprofit organization that rescues dogs, gives them the necessary training, and then pairs them with veterans in need of service dogs, is pairing two U.S. veterans with working dogs. The introduction between the dogs and their new owners will take place on September 29, 2016 at the Beach Front […]

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U.N. Expands Wildlife Protection Plan in Africa, Asia

New York, N.Y. A United Nations-backed partnership fun has approved an additional $40 million to expand its support of a global programme fighting against illegal trafficking to a total of 19 countries in Africa and Asia. A southern white rhinoceros at Lake Nakuru, Kenya. Photo: Ryan Harvey. The expansion for the Global Wildlife Program was approved […]

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Fight to Save U.S. Army Veteran’s Beloved Dog Facing Death Sentence

New York, N.Y. In 2011, a young puppy was rescued from the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan. The young dog, Marley, lived in the horrors of war before being rescued by United States Army Veteran Jonathan Jones. Now, Jones is fighting the Bay County Courts to save his dog’s life against a cruel injustice. He has […]

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Five Tips for Helping Fido Survive the Holidays

By Bryan Bailey New York, N.Y. Just the other day, I was driving home from an outing with my dog when I passed a billboard announcing the annual, pre-Christmas sale at a major, local retailer. I remembered thinking, really? How can this be? Weren’t the holidays just here yesterday? Suddenly, the relaxing day I was […]

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Get Involved! Five Ways to Help Stop Animal Abuse

Smithtown, N.Y. One quick Google news search of the term “animal abuse” yields over 53,000 results. Animal abuse is a serious problem that many people are beginning to take notice of due to the horrific news headlines covering the stories. These allegations lately include such heartbreaking stories as animals being slammed, starved, beaten, and more. […]

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