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Tweet —Guest Blogger: Tonya Irizarry, Ring Dog Rescue Ring Dog Rescue has teamed up with Chesterfield County Animal Shelter, to get pit bull type dogs adopted! The first 10 approved applications wishing to adopt a “Pit Bull Type” dog; Ring Dog Rescue will pay the $60 adoption fee. The adopted dogs will be spayed or […]

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2012 New Year’s Resolutions for Dogs

by Mary on January 14, 2012 · 0 comments

Tweet My dogs, Sadie Lu and Sally Mae, didn’t do too well with their New Year’s resolutions last year. So, I’m posting them again for 2012 in hopes that they will try a little harder this year. New Year’s resolutions for dogs: I will stop trying to find the few remaining clean pieces of carpet […]

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Tweet Tomorrow night, Stonehenge Country Club will be full of animal advocates rocking to the live music of Full Plate, supporting the rescue of abandoned and neglected animals in our area, and rolling in the good times – all for a great cause. The Richmond Animal League is the city’s oldest non-profit no-kill animal shelter, […]

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Tweet For a special group of Richmonders who are fans of both motorcycles and dogs, this Saturday is an event you won’t want to miss! Local animal advocacy groups Ring Dog Rescue and R.O.C.K. have teamed up to host a Poker Run this Saturday to raise funds to help continue their work of keeping the […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Caption Contest

by Sarah on November 2, 2011 · 7 comments

Tweet New month, new chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Best Bully Sticks! This week we’re featuring a picture we snapped last weekend – this pup, named Bailey, is excited about fall: “Do I smell Pumpkin Spice Lattes?” Take your best shot at captioning this week’s picture and get entered into our monthly […]

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Tweet The sun was shining on Bryan Park this Sunday, and Pet Lovers were out in force to participate in the first annual Mutt Strutt hosted by FETCH-a-Cure. Teams were honored for raising funds to help continue the organizations work of helping to educate the public about canine cancers, as well as providing financial support […]

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