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A Little Bit of Luck

Rescue Tails from Lucky Dog Animal Rescue.

By: Emily Jagdmann |

Dehydrated. Exhausted. Helpless. Puppies easily hold a special place in most people’s hearts at the best of times, but for our Lucky Dog volunteers who had arrived in Puerto Rico that weekend, it was a sight they would never forget.

Sadie in her crate
By: Emily Jagdmann |

Everyone at Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is so glad that we have partnered with Humane Society International (HSI) to save six severely abused and neglected dogs from a dog meat farm in Wonju, South Korea.

By: Rachael Kuhn |

When someone says, Pit Bull, what’s the first image that comes to mind, a sweet, smiley dog or a scary, violent one? If it’s sweet and smiley, then I applaud you, but unfortunately it’s usually the latter.

By: Sharon Webb |

Hey y’all,

By: Kim Greene |

Introducing the Lucky Cat Adoption Program

By: Kim Greene |

Some time ago, I was speaking with the neighbor of a family friend. She told me that her family recently added a furry friend to their home and that they were having great difficulty with the puppy.

By: Dino (with help from Crystal King) |

I was told that I’m going to become a Lucky Dog today, but so far, my day has not been very lucky.

By: Crystal King |

How can you give them up? This is what most people ask when they find out that I foster dogs.

By: Dan Miller |

There’s never been a time when I haven’t wanted a dog. In fact, when I was six years old, I wanted to BE a dog when I grew up.

Menchie with his siblings in Puerto Rico
By: Toni Clarke |

I became involved with Lucky Dog last October when I adopted Menchie, a six-month-old Puerto Rican street dog. I fell in love with his little face on the Lucky Dog website, and I knew my search was over.


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