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2015_cover-back Calendars will be on sale during our adoption events. Every much-needed cent goes towards care for our rescue animals!

Can’t make our events but want to buy a calendar? You can order your calendars today using the button below! Remember you do not need Paypal account to make a purchase.

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Put your paws together & welcome Dogma's newest arrival: CHURRO! Churro is a baby chiweenie (chihuahua/dachshund), he is only 4 months old and weighs just under 10 lbs. and he is full of energy!! For more information on Churro, email Info@DogmaRescue.org! ... See MoreSee Less

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JOIN DOGMA TOMORROW NIGHT FROM 6:00-8:00pm FOR THE GRAND OPENING OF VETS 4 PETS! Stop by and say hello, tour the FIRST true low cost/high quality vet clinic in Tampa and enjoy a drink handed out by Dogma! We'll have some of our adoptable dogs & puppies on hand, too! ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning Dogma fans!! The Archduke of Chugglesworth''s mom sent us this picture of The Archduke looking out on his harbor! Perhaps he is contemplating his new name, BISBEE! We love the skull & crossbone bandana ... He traded in his royalty for a pirate's life! ;) ... See MoreSee Less

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Put your paws together & welcome JAXSON to Dogma!! If Jaxson looks a little familiar to you, it's because he & our alum George Bailey have the same mom! Email Info@DogmaRescue.org if you are interested in Jaxson! ... See MoreSee Less

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You have heard us say it before - the #1 reason dogs end up in shelters or, if they're lucky, in rescue like ours is because of interactions with kids! This is a good graphic (hopefully it is two pictures to look like one!), but it is missing dog's "wagging" tail! A wagging tail is not always an indicator of a happy dog! ... See MoreSee Less

This is an EXCELLENT graphic! Pay attention to what a dog is telling you. And teach children to respect a dog's space! Too many dogs end up in shelters (or worse, put down) because the adults in char...

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This is an EXCELLENT graphic!

Pay attention to what a dog is telling you. And teach children to respect a dog's space! Too many dogs end up in shelters (or worse, put down) because the adults in charge were not monitoring the child/dog situation.

Many times when a dog bites a kid parents say, “There were no warnings. He just bit him for no reason.”

The unfortunate truth is that there are almost always warning signs, but the humans miss them. This photo shows a few warning signs that the dog is uncomfortable and may bite.

If you are looking for a kitty, a friend of Dogma's has a very nice, handsome and friendly young kitty needing a home! Chase is about 7 months old, playful and cat-friendly, and a snuggle-bug!! And Chase is a tuxedo kitty so he is always ready for fancy events! ;) Email us at Info@DogmaRescue.org and we'll pass on your info to Chase's foster mom and please SHARE this post and help Chase find his Forever Home! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Our pittie puppies up for adoption, Tucker & Chloe, wish everyone a peaceful night. :) (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Adopting from Dogma Brings Good Karma!

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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