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Dogma Pet Rescue added 3 new photos.

We caught up with 2 more Dogma alumni on Saturday, and Layla from our shar pei/boxer mix is going on 2 years old and she's STILL GROWING! Her mom's donated two more harnesses to us that she's outgrown!

Compare Layla to her littermate, Book, seen here with his dad. Do you see any resemblence?
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Dogma Pet Rescue added 4 new photos.

When will the RAIN STOP??? What is your dog doing to cope with the rain?? Take a look at our adoptables and some of our alumni dealing with the rain and send us pics of your alumnus!
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Dogma Pet Rescue added 3 new photos.

More behind-the-scenes of our photo shoots for the Dogma 2016 Calendar - this is Seamus and his mom! Seamus was a little nervous (we're pretty sure he thought he was at the vet's because of the table he had to stand on), but after some assurances from mom, he relaxed and even gave us a pretty cheesy smile!
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Dogma Pet Rescue added 2 new photos.

Put your paws together & welcome our newest arrival to Dogma - Layla! Layla was in really sad shape when she was found (in a very bad area) & taken to the ER vet by our friends who adopted Dogma alum, Farley. As you can see, her face has multiple scratches and is very swollen. Despite whatever abuse she sustained ( and we don't want to think about what might have happened to her), Layla is sweet & loving, good with other dogs (she hung out some with Buster on Saturday! ), but she has not been great with cats. Look for more information on Layla coming soon & please email Info@DogmaRescue.org with any questions!
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2 days ago

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Dogma Pet Rescue shared Disturb Reality's video.

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It's been a while since we've brought you a Monday Morning Funny and we think this will make up for it! We spotted our own "special" dog in this montage - which one is YOUR dog?? ;D Thanks to Dogma friend Harve Morgan for this hilarious find! Have a great day everyone!
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Dogs who fail at being dogs Disturb Reality

2 days ago

Dogma Pet Rescue added 12 new photos.

Here are more pictures of the amazingly good time we had yesterday at the South Tampa Petsmart! We still can't believe how many people put on their galoshes and braved the rain to visit with our adoptables and attend Petsmart's Treat Tasting Event! If you missed it (our Pasco branch was seriously flooded in and couldn't make it!), there will be another Treat Tasting Event in the Fall! Thanks to Petsmart Tampa 0321 for throwing a fabulous party!
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Dogma Pet Rescue shared Petsmart Tampa 0321's post.

Here is some of the fun we had yesterday at the South Tampa Petsmart's FIRST Treat Tasting Event! :D. Thanks to the staff at Petsmart Tampa 0321 for making the day such a success! More pics coming later!
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Thank you to everyone who fought the rain to join us today! It was a great turn out and you all brought the sun with you as it was shining by the time the treat sampling and adoption event was over. K...

2 days ago

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Dogma Pet Rescue shared Elect Dr. Christy Layton - America's Favorite Veterinarian's photo.

We love visiting with Gordy whenever we're in our partner vet, Timberlane Pet Hospital & Resort! Don't forget to vote for Dr Layton every day for America's Favorite Veterinarian!
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Gordy, who was adopted from Florida Parrot Rescue by Dr. Christy Layton 8 years ago has something to say... For those of you that have been to the hospital, you know she loves to talk!!! Please vote ...

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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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