How Cane Rosso Restaurant Is Helping Rescue Dogs

Cane Rosso is a group of restaurants in Texas that specializes in wood-fired pizza and other Italian fares. The restaurant owner Jay Jerrier founded Cane Rosso Rescue in 2014, which is a 501(c) non-profit that helps rescue dogs. Indeed, the restaurant name, Cane Rosso, comes from the color of the first dog they adopted, Zoli. The emphasis of Cane Rosso Rescue is the treatment, foster care, and transportation of the dogs they are helping. Through its ten restaurants and the option for customers to contribute when they pay their bill, the restaurants’ charity has been empowered to make a substantial contribution to rescuing dogs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cane Rosso is a popular restaurant and has seen an increase in business. As a response, the restaurant is planning to do something special.
  • They have founded the Cane Rosso Rescue for dogs that need help. That rescue was founded in 2014 and continues to do good work.
  • Owner Jay Jerrier has done plenty of good on his own too. He has seven dogs of his own that he cares for each day.

“What makes Cane Rosso and owner/creator Jay Jerrier (who has seven dogs of his own!) even more special is the Cane Rosso Rescue founded in 2014.”

Read more: http://www.dogster.com/lifestyle/how-cane-rosso-restaurant-is-helping-rescue-dogs

Why Do Some Dogs Gravitate Toward People Who Don’t Like Pets?

Some Dogs Gravitate Toward People that don’t like pets. Why does it seem that this is even truer when it comes to those that have a dislike for dogs? Speaking from my experience with dogs, I think the attraction connection seems perfectly understandable. I have some friends whose child does not like dogs. Dogs are too invasive of his personal space, and he is overwhelmed when a dog happily runs up to greet him. However, since he is small and loud and tends to move about erratically my dog quickly tunes into the youngsters high energy because he seems to believe that he is just another puppy that wants to play. My dog is also timid around strangers that he does not know well. If they try to reach out their hand to pet him he will shy away because he doesn’t like people reaching for him. However, if you stand there and let him come to you and ignore him, he is more likely to put his head right under your hand for a pet or a scratch on his own terms.

Key Takeaways:

  • Could your non-interest in them make you more interesting?
  • They may not be your type, but are you theirs?
  • Do dogs discriminate, or are they inclined to show affection to everyone, man, woman, and child?

“A third possibility is that people who are indifferent to dogs appear less intimidating, especially if the pup tends to be on the timid side.”

Read more: https://iheartdogs.com/why-do-some-dogs-gravitate-toward-people-who-dont-like-pets/

The American Rescue Dog Show Is Like Westminster For Rescue Pups!

The Westminster Dog Show shows of all purebred dogs but what about the mutts of the world? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered. There is now a mixed breed competition called American Rescue Dog Show that was recently shown on the Hallmark channel on February 19th. Much like the puppy bowl, it focuses instead on rescue dogs and where the dogs live. It also has cute names for prizes like “Best in Wiggle Butt” proving that all dogs are great.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is a new dog show, and people have had good things to say about it. The American Rescue Dog Show is proving to be an increasingly popular contest.
  • Rescue pups are ready to show their stuff in front of a crowd. They have a range of categories that are popular with everyone as well.
  • Follow the events and contribute to the dog show whenever it is possible. These rescue pups are out to prove that they have what it takes.

“In the show, the cutie-pie canines will be participating in categories that include “Best in Kissing,” “Best in Wiggle Butt,” and “Best in Couch Potato.”

Read more: https://iheartdogs.com/the-american-rescue-dog-show-is-like-westminster-for-rescue-pups/

Signs Your Dog May Have An Ear Infection And How To Help

Ear infections in dogs can be a common problem, but there is no reason the dog needs to suffer through it. Breeds with floppy ears like beagles are often prone to get infections more than perked or clipped ear dogs. Signs to watch for include odor coming from the ear, frequent cleaning or pawing at the ear and jaw pain when opening the mouth. If signs are shown, take your pet to the vet for a diagnosis. It could be bacterial, or even mites add they’re the best to diagnose and cure these problems

Key Takeaways:

  • Ear infections are very common in dogs, and it can happen to some dogs more than others.
  • The dogs with the longer ears are more susceptible to getting an ear infection.
  • One symptom of an ear infection in a dog is persistent scratching of the infected ear.

“An ear infection usually requires a trip to the vet to determine whether the infection is caused by bacteria, yeast, or mites. Treatment will vary based on the type of infection.”

Read more: https://iheartdogs.com/signs-your-dog-may-have-an-ear-infection-and-how-to-help/

5 Raw Feeding Mistakes Dog Owners Make

Many people make assumptions about what is and aren’t a good idea without any experiential background in the topic. Raw feeding is one of the things that people often judge without prior experience. Raw feeding is good for an animal. It is true that raw feeding can be bad for the animal, but if done correctly is healthy. The approach that should be used for raw feeding revolves around observational decision-making. Instead of wholesale assumptions of what is and isn’t healthy for the dog, one should try different things and observe what works best and tailor the raw feeding approach to the individual animal.

Key Takeaways:

  • Raw is way more than ground beef when it comes to going raw. There options beyond ground beef out there for your pet.
  • Don’t mix raw and kibble together. It can make the animal sick because of digestion rates.
  • Watch for supplements. You may want to add plenty like for yourself, but a dog’s nutrition is different than yours

“There is a common belief that we need to feed 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, and 10% liver/offal.”

Read more: https://keepthetailwagging.com/5-raw-dog-food-mistakes-dog-owners-make/

Police Officer Ensures That Puppy Found Freezing Will Never Be Cold Again

On an unusually cold day in Daytona, Florida, a police officer heard a cry coming from the river. The cry was a dog, wedged between two rocks, who was needing help. The officer was able to save her from the river and brought her back to shore, earning the name “River” for the dog. The dog was still a puppy though and had to be nursed back to help with a bottle, but now she’s doing much better and has a happy home with the police officer.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Daytona Beach police officer found an abandoned puppy in the freezing cold during a very chilly stretch of weather.
  • The officer brought the dog into the local animal shelter to be cared for until it could find an owner.
  • But, the officer simply couldn’t stop thinking about the dog – and she ended up adopting the puppy shortly thereafter.

“Cantrell went in every day or two to check on River until she could take her home on February 2nd. River seemed to know she was going home forever, as she couldn’t stop licking Cantrell’s face.”

Read more: https://iheartdogs.com/police-officer-ensures-that-puppy-found-freezing-will-never-be-cold-again/

You’ve Played A Part In Funding Over 45 Veteran-Pet Adoptions!

Pets For Patriots

The IHeartDogs shop is proud to talk about their accomplishments, especially on the charity front. They use a portion of their sales to fund “Pets for Patriots” a group who finds pets for vets. To date, through a combo of sales and donations, Iheartdogs has been able to help Pets for Patriots with 45 adoptions. There’s some great pics on the site of those vets and the pets they took home, even of one who couldn’t leave without two cats to call her own.

Key Takeaways:

  • Sales made through iheartdogs help to fund charitable ventures, bringing pets and people closer together.
  • One of these is the adoption of dogs by military veterans, facilitated by a charity.
  • As of this writing, your donations have helped to support over 45 of these heart-warming pairings.

“Katherine has the added distinction of fulfilling Pets for Patriots 1,600th and 1,601st adoptions, respectively.”

Read more: https://iheartdogs.com/youve-played-a-part-in-funding-over-45-veteran-pet-adoptions/

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