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Adoption Stories The Wet Nose Blog
Disabled veteran and military spouse finds beauty in senior shelter dog
Life imitates art Military life takes its toll on all who wear the uniform. Even the toughest men …Read Full Story
Senior dog is ray of sunshine for retired Vietnam veteran
The dogs of war Amanuel is a retired Vietnam veteran. After joining the Army at the height of …Read Full Story
Disabled veteran and rescued Beagle save each other from loneliness
Life after the military can be filled with uncertainty. Many veterans feel lost and alone after separating from service. …Read Full Story
Ballerina is ready to dance her way into your heart!Read More
Rokker is ready to break out of prison!Read More
Oxford is ready to graduate into his fur-ever home!Read More
Arctic and Blanco are a terrific twofer!Read More
Sara is in urgent need of her first home!Read More
Pippa is ready to make your house her home!Read More
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Iraq/Afghanistan veterans suffers with major depression, increasing their risk of suicide
How can a pet relieve depression?
Pets give unconditional love and acceptance, and a renewed sense of purpose in our livesAdopt a Pet
Pets will not make it out of a shelter alive each year, roughly equal to the population of Iowa
How does adopting a pet help?
Every dog or cat adopted makes room in a shelter for another animal to be savedAdopt a Pet