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In 2004, Wallace was a homeless, badly-behaved white pit bull facing death at a shelter in Minnesota. In stepped his saviors, Clara and Andrew “Roo” Yori, shelter volunteers who saw vast potential in the energetic, misbehaving pup. Roo worked relentlessly … Continue reading
By Bettie Hamilton and Diane Herbst A note able amazing natural ingredient used in our Spot’s Chew natural dental treats is chia, a nutrient dense edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica. The thing that is really … Continue reading
On June 9th, Jason Flatt, founder of Friends to the Forlorn Pitbull, helped distribute 4,000 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew to hundreds of people and their dogs in Paulding County, Georgia. “I feel great about it,” says Flatt, of Dallas, … Continue reading
A white baby lion cub named Jojo was taken away from her mother shortly after she was born in July to have a naval infection treated. When her caretakers at a German zoo tried to reunite baby Jojo with her … Continue reading
On a three-acre property in rural Zelienople, Pennsylvania, 34 huge breeds of dogs — Great Pyrenees, St. Bernards, New Foundlands, Great Danes and Mastiffs — roam free and live in harmony. This special place is called Gentle Ben’s Giant Breed … Continue reading