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  • This might be the most appropriate fundraiser we at Dogma (sometimes known as DRUNKMA!) have ever had!

    There are 6 different varieties of wine, so you can pick by your favorite type of wine, by your favorite picture or by your favorite Dogma alum!  If you can’t pick just one, buy several!  There are different “packages” to choose from, and remember, the holidays are just around the corner and they make great presents!

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  • Our calendar features previous Dogma dogs that have found their forever homes and are living the good life now.
    The cost of the calendar is $16, which is a tax deductible donation to Dogma Pet Rescue, Inc. Your purchase will help pay to Dogma’s rescue dogs in foster care still waiting to be adopted out. Dogma relies solely on donations made by the public to continue rescuing good dogs in need, and every dollar goes directly towards our dogs’ care. Many thanks from all of us at Dogma for sharing our dream.

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Latest News


1 day ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

One of the best things about having your own dog rescue is running into your former foster dogs walking with their mom & brother on Bayshore while you're driving to work, and when you stop to say hi, they practically JUMP INTO YOUR ARMS!!!

I saw Stevie Andrews today on his morning walk & he is doing just GREAT!! It was such a wonderful surprise & got my day off to a wonderful start!!

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One of the best things about having your own dog rescue is running into your former foster dogs walking with their mom & brother on Bayshore while youre driving to work, and when you stop to say hi, they practically JUMP INTO YOUR ARMS!!!  

I saw Stevie Andrews today on his morning walk & he is doing just GREAT!!  It was such a wonderful surprise & got my day off to a wonderful start!!   

Steve Andrews

4 days ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

We had a fabulous time today at the South Tampa Petsmart! Our beautiful shepherd, Kelly, got adopted to such a sweet couple, Sam & Olivia! They also have a 2-year old vizla named Roscoe so they are used to high-energy dogs who love to olay, and Kelly will have a 4-legged brother of her very own!

We got so much great interest in Kelly and thank everyone who took the time to inquire & apply for her! As always, we recommend checking the county shelter, like Hillsborough County Animal Services/Pet Resource Center because you never know what amazing dogs end up there - Kelly was found in a similar shelter by our good friends who rescued her!

Congrats Kelly on your Forever Home & welcome, Sam & Olivia, to the Dogma Family!
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We had a fabulous time today at the South Tampa Petsmart!  Our beautiful shepherd, Kelly, got adopted to such a sweet couple, Sam & Olivia!  They also have a 2-year old vizla named Roscoe so they are used to high-energy dogs who love to olay, and Kelly will have a 4-legged brother of her very own!  

We got so much great interest in Kelly and thank everyone who took the time to inquire & apply for her!  As always, we recommend checking the county shelter, like Hillsborough County Animal Services/Pet Resource Center  because you never know what amazing dogs end up there - Kelly was found in a similar shelter by our good friends who rescued her! 

Congrats Kelly on your Forever Home & welcome, Sam & Olivia, to the Dogma Family!

4 days ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

Betty White has her best dress on and is ready to meet her fans at our adoption event today at the South Tampa PetSmart!!

Come meet Betty and our other adoptable dogs starting at 11:00!

Can't make it today? All of our available dogs are on our website - www.DogmaRescue.org!
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Betty White has her best dress on and is ready to meet her fans at our adoption event today at the South Tampa PetSmart!!

Come meet Betty and our other adoptable dogs starting at 11:00!

Cant make it today?  All of our available dogs are on our website - www.DogmaRescue.org!

1 week ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

Yeti had his vaccines today at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital & look at what a GOOD BOY he was!! Yeti is up for adoption at www.DogmaRescue.org! ... See MoreSee Less

Yeti had his vaccines today at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital & look at what a GOOD BOY he was!!  Yeti is up for adoption at www.DogmaRescue.org!

1 week ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

Put your paws together and welcome this gorgeous girl to Dogma Pet Rescue - KELLY!

Kelly is only just 1-year old and while she certainly looks like a pure bred German Shepherd or Belgian Malinois, she only weighs a petite 50 lbs! Her family is having to surrender her because they don't have enough time to dedicate to her (and we know her family, and this is really true ... they had saved Kelly with the intention of finding her a Forever Home, and we are happy to help with that!).

Kelly is dog-friendly, CAT-friendly (yes, Shepherd-people, you read that right!), and kid-friendly, and she is such a sweet girl! Kelly also walks BEAUTIFULLY on a leash thanks to the work her foster mom has done with her and is housebroken and crate trained!

If you are interested in making Kelly your Forever Dog, PLEASE go to www.DogmaRescue.org and check her out online & complete an adoption application!
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Put your paws together and welcome this gorgeous girl to Dogma Pet Rescue - KELLY!

Kelly is only just 1-year old and while she certainly looks like a pure bred German Shepherd or Belgian Malinois, she only weighs a petite 50 lbs!  Her family is having to surrender her because they dont have enough time to dedicate to her (and we know her family, and this is really true ... they had saved Kelly with the intention of finding her a Forever Home, and we are happy to help with that!).

Kelly is dog-friendly, CAT-friendly (yes, Shepherd-people, you read that right!), and kid-friendly, and she is such a sweet girl!  Kelly also walks BEAUTIFULLY on a leash thanks to the work her foster mom has done with her and is housebroken and crate trained!  

If you are interested in making Kelly your Forever Dog, PLEASE go to www.DogmaRescue.org and check her out online & complete an adoption application!

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Leela Koncelik - have your friends found a dog yet?

Tomas Pessenda

beautiful dog

Stephanie Deese Garcia 😀

Do you allow out of state adoptions?

OMG!!!!😍😍😍

Angela Mendola Burke interested?

Mark Guenther.. we may be interested!!

Beauty!

Melia Healy only 50 pounds...

Yowza!

She is beauty!

Misty McDevitt!!

Ginny Hooper

50 lbs is normal weight for a 1 yo female Mal. She's beautiful!

Em DeRoche

Diana Galperin !!

Oh, I want her so badly but I just have many rescues right now. Sending best wishes for this gorgeous girl.1

Jimmy Dingle Angela Marie

Ashley Nicole

Judy Schwab Stiffler

Kelsi Stanfield Riley needs a sister!!

What a gorgeous girl! I'm sure she'll find a forever home soon

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1 week ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

To all of our Moms of 4-legged, 3-legged & 2-legged kids, HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!

Thanks to Dogma alum Tink's mom, Katrina Stevenson, for the hilarious tribute to our dog moms! We know this is ALL of our Dogma-moms & we love you ALL! <3

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Here's the anthem for all the women who love taking care of their pups like LADY BOSSES #MothersDay #DogPeopleGetIt

You can DOWNLOAD it here: ruv.me/dogmoms4eva
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2 weeks ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

We ended up a little busier today than we expected, so we are taking off from our South Tampa PetSmart adoption event today!

Please SAVE THE DATE for NEXT SATURDAY, May 20, when we will be back at the South Tampa PetSmart with our adoptable dogs!

One thing that was unexpected was the arrival of RAYMOND!

Raymond found himself at Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center with a badly broken leg - but look at that face! Do you think we at Dogma could say no to THAT FACE?? We are looking at a long recovery for Raymond, but the good news is that when his leg is healed, he will be perfectly fine and live a long happy, healthy life with ALL FOUR of he legs!

Stay tuned for updates on Raymond - and give him a big WELCOME TO DOGMA!
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We ended up a little busier today than we expected, so we are taking off from our South Tampa PetSmart adoption event today!  

Please SAVE THE DATE for NEXT SATURDAY, May 20, when we will be back at the South Tampa PetSmart with our adoptable dogs!

One thing that was unexpected was the arrival of RAYMOND!  

Raymond found himself at Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center with a badly broken leg - but look at that face!  Do you think we at Dogma could say no to THAT FACE??  We are looking at a long recovery for Raymond, but the good news is that when his leg is healed, he will be perfectly fine and live a long happy, healthy life with ALL FOUR of he legs!

Stay tuned for updates on Raymond - and give him a big WELCOME TO DOGMA!

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He may have a bad leg but he certainly has landed on his feet by being scooped up by Dogma. Happy tails ahead for this guy.

Em DeRoche So glad Dogma is there for dogs like Raymond.

I saw him on the euthanasia code red but when I went back to it I could not find the post. Does he have a foster????

You guys are angels. What can we do to help?

2 weeks ago

Dogma Pet Rescue

Based on the texts one of Dogma's co-directors is getting (who used to work in wildlife rehab), it is apparently that time of year where fledgling birds are learning to fly!

This is Dogma's annual PSA - if you find a fledgling baby bird on the ground - LEAVE IT THERE! Please do not pick it up as depicted in the picture - out of all the pictures I looked at, this was the message that was best. (However, if someone does touch it, the parents will not abandon their baby. This is a myth! The parents will still care for their baby after a human has touched it!)

While baby birds look helpless, their parents are watching them & taking care of them! Their parents are teaching them vital skills that they will need in their lives in order to survive - things like how to hunker down and hide from predators (which you are to them!) & how to find food! It only takes a couple of days for a baby to learn to fly, so keep your dogs inside or monitor them when they are outside, and keep cats inside (where they should be anyway!).

Captivity is HORRIBLE for healthy baby birds when it just takes a couple of days for them to get up off the ground - you aren't "rescuing" a healthy animal, you are doing much more harm than good! HELP by keeping the area dog-free and cats away!
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Based on the texts one of Dogmas co-directors is getting (who used to work in wildlife rehab), it is apparently that time of year where fledgling birds are learning to fly!

This is Dogmas annual PSA - if you find a fledgling baby bird on the ground - LEAVE IT THERE!  Please do not pick it up as depicted in the picture - out of all the pictures I looked at, this was the message that was best.  (However, if someone does touch it, the parents will not abandon their baby. This is a myth!  The parents will still care for their baby after a human has touched it!)

While baby birds look helpless, their parents are watching them & taking care of them!  Their parents are teaching them vital skills that they will need in their lives in order to survive - things like how to hunker down and hide from predators (which you are to them!) & how to find food!  It only takes a couple of days for a baby to learn to fly, so keep your dogs inside or monitor them when they are outside, and keep cats inside (where they should be anyway!).  

Captivity is HORRIBLE for healthy baby birds when it just takes a couple of days for them to get up off the ground - you arent rescuing a healthy animal, you are doing much more harm than good!  HELP by keeping the area dog-free and cats away!

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Thank you so much for posting this. I think I have said this at least 10,000 times in the last month. 🐥

A couple of years ago, I thought I was helping a little mockingbird get back to her nest ... her momma told me differently, by dive-bombing my head! Step away, Two-legs!

Temporary fencing required in my backyard to keep my 2 Dogma dogs away for the bush where the nest is located and from the baby birds on the ground!

Nice post. I'll share. Living rural I see this all the time. And have put very young birds back in their nests after storms, or up on a limb when I can't find it, and watched parents tend to it. Uneducated myths do more to hurt wildlife than people know.

I found a fledgling mourning dove a few weeks ago. He had already had an " encounter" with at least one cat and was in the middle of the road with another three cats waiting for another go at him. I chose to take him to Blue Pearl( he had a significant, bleeding wound under his wing). I am not sure of his outcome, but if he was put to sleep there, it was a more gentle end than being run over or eaten by cats.

We have 3 of them in our hibiscus bushes and the pups are going nuts trying to get to them. It's been a battle! Can't wait until they fly away. I read it could take up to 12 days!

We just had two cardinals leave the nest . Mom and dad bird were there the whole time . It was right out side the pouch so we watch . Very cool experience

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Dogma Pet Rescue, Inc. was founded on January 6, 2010 and is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization as well as a registered charitable organization in the State of Florida (CH34850).

Dogma is an all-volunteer, all-pet rescue with an emphasis on rescuing mixed breed dogs (mutts!) in need. Dogma’s mission is to rescue good dogs, adopt them to the best possible homes and have fun doing it!

Dogma rescues abandoned, abused and displaced dogs who would otherwise have nowhere to go and/or would be euthanized. Dogma is often a rescue of last resort. Dogma pays for all of the necessary vetting of each dog prior to adoption. Every Dogma dog is spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, heartworm tested and vaccinated (age appropriate).

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