The Hidden Pain of Dog Fighting by Kerry Spence

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Barbaric, cruel, brutal, ugly, pitiless, violent, inhumane, sadistic… just some of the many words to describe the ferocious world of dog fighting. Indescribable in single words, however, is the pain suffered physically and psychologically by the animals forced to take part, the ‘fighting’ dogs, the ‘bait’ animals and the rescue staff and volunteers who try […]

Play time with your dog by Edel Nolan

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Dogs love spending time with us and there is nothing nicer than having your dog curled up beside you while you relax on the couch after a busy day. However, the last thing my dog wants to do when I get home from work is curl up on the couch with me! Home alone from […]

Once upon a Jessie…

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I’d say many of you, like me have read or watched “The Little Prince” at some stage in your life . It’s the one with the baobab and the lamb in the box and little rose. Do you remember when the Little Prince met the fox and they became friends? Do you remember when fox […]

Have some fun with your dog!

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My experience with dog tricks – Edel Halpin DDR volunteer Trick training does more than teach cute party tricks to entertain your friends. It offers a way to bond with your dog. It also provides mental stimulation for your pet which will help tire her out! (great if it’s a wet day or late and you […]

We Need to Talk about Puppy Farming

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At Dundalk Dog Rescue we make it our mission to protect dogs no matter their background because we believe all dogs deserve to be treated with dignity and compassion. This is why we want to put a stop to puppy farming. Every day pounds will receive unwanted dogs from local homes and off the streets. […]